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Contract Compliance Analyst

Rimini Street

Full time
  • 5+ years
  • Not Disclosed
  • Hyderabad, India
  • Post Date: Oct 18, 2021
  • End Date: Nov 18, 2021
  • 5+ years
  • Not Disclosed
  • Hyderabad, India
  • Post Date: Oct 18, 2021
  • End Date: Nov 18, 2021

The Contract Compliance Analyst will be responsible for the timely provision of contractual documentation pertaining to company client, partnership and vendor relationships.   Responsibilities Review and/or draft legally binding statements, on-boarding documents, Master Service Agreements and Statements of Work (leverage/customize existing templates) to be ultimately distributed to clients. This process includes potential negotiation of language and obtaining stakeholder buy in on negotiated terms Strong prioritization and organizational skills, including the ability to maintain several concurrent commitments while providing realistic delivery dates and managing expectations Create and maintain files for client contract compliance records (both soft and hard-copy files) Assist with completion of Request for Information, Request for Proposal, Information Security Questionnaires and Vendor Registration documentation   Skills Strong written and verbal communication skills effective across a diverse corporate culture and structure Strong organizational, time management and planning skills with excellent attention to detail Build and maintain strong peer relationships, gaining trust and confidence from all levels within the organization. Must be proficient in use of personal computer and business/technical software (Word, Access, Excel, PowerPoint, Visio) Comfortable reading and analyzing legal verbiage in various contract documents and client forms Ability to maintain the confidentiality of company and employee information accessed as part of the job function Knowledge and understanding of various industries, including but not limited to Financial Services, Healthcare, Energy Contract management skills that focus on conformance with regulations and performance of obligations within regulated clients Ability to work in a fast-paced environment with changing priorities   Qualifications/Experience 5-7 years of related experience in reviewing, drafting and negotiating commercial contracts or supporting Legal and Compliance teams Bachelor’s degree in an appropriate discipline Paralegal certification a plus Previous experience or familiarity with IT or Information Security, Privacy, Compliance, Legal Ability to think critically and make clear, responsible and well-reasoned decisions Self-starter who can take initiative with process improvement Well-developed presentation and communication skills; effective working with clients Understanding of client contract audits Ability to develop relationships based on trust, confidence and respect with customers and colleagues Ability to multitask multiple issues and tasks Ability to scale with a rapidly growing business including addition of products and countries Ability to travel without restriction both domestically & internationally Familiarity with Data Privacy and Information Security standards a plus Ethical with highest standards of integrity

  • Compliance
  • Drafting
  • Privacy
  • Contracts
  • Negotiations
  • communication
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Internship

National Green Tribunal

Internship
  • Student
  • Not Disclosed
  • New Delhi, India
  • Post Date: Oct 01, 2021
  • End Date: Nov 01, 2021
  • Student
  • Not Disclosed
  • New Delhi, India
  • Post Date: Oct 01, 2021
  • End Date: Nov 01, 2021

The National Green Tribunal provides opportunities by holding Summer Internship Program (March, April, May and July ordinarily) Winter Internship Program (November, December and January ordinarily) Internship Program. The Program is open for students pursuing studies in Law and Environmental Studies from recognized Colleges/Law Schools/ Universities in India.   Responsibilities - Interns will be required to present a research paper/report on a selected topic at the end of their study. - Also, they will be required to undergo other studies assigned and prepare notes on it and submit to the concerned officer for evaluation and suggestions, if any, by the Commission. It will remain as intellectual property of the Tribunal and interns cannot use it without prior approval of the Tribunal.   Duration - 4 Weeks ordinarily   Eligibility - Environmental studies and law students pursuing 3-year and 5-year law degree courses from any recognized College/Law School/University. - Interested students may send their applications in the enclosed format, by 1st October in case of the Winter Internship Programme.  

  • Legal Research
  • Writing
  • Presentation
  • Environmental Law
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  • 1+ years
  • Not Disclosed
  • Mumbai, Delhi, India
  • Post Date: Sep 30, 2021
  • End Date: Oct 30, 2021
  • 1+ years
  • Not Disclosed
  • Mumbai, Delhi, India
  • Post Date: Sep 30, 2021
  • End Date: Oct 30, 2021

Associate / Senior Associate / Principle Associate – General Corporate Transactions – M&A PE Experience – PQE 2 – 10 + yrs (2+ yrs Associate | 4 + Senior Associate | 6 + Principle Associate Education – LLB is Must | LLM will have an advantage (Prefer from reputed institute) Location - Mumbai & Delhi   Role & Responsibilities Will be  involved in various aspects of a corporate transaction cycle including the structuring of the transaction, undertaking due diligence and preparation of legal diligence reports and issues list, drafting and reviewing of various transaction documents (shareholders agreements, share subscription/purchase agreements, joint venture contracts, employment agreements and other transactional documentation(s)), providing assistance in closing of a transaction including term sheets, master Transaction / framework agreement, loan agreement, employments agreement, SSA, SPA and SHA) and Transactional completion support (closing support and tracking compliance with post-closing conditions While sharing the profiles we request you to also mention details such as the LLB college, Team the candidate is working with, current CTC, level for which the candidate is applying, reason for looking out.

  • Corporate Law
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  • 1+ years
  • Not Disclosed
  • Mumbai, Delhi, India
  • Post Date: Sep 30, 2021
  • End Date: Oct 30, 2021
  • 1+ years
  • Not Disclosed
  • Mumbai, Delhi, India
  • Post Date: Sep 30, 2021
  • End Date: Oct 30, 2021

Designation: Associate / Senior Associate / Principle Associate – Competition Law Experience – PQE 2 – 6 + yrs exclusive in competition law experience, in a firm that has a dedicated competition law practice. (2+ yrs Associate | 4 + Senior Associate | 6 + Principle Associate) Education – LLB is Must | LLM in Competition Law from a UK university or a diploma is an added advantage. Ideally should have studied competition law before starting to work.  (Prefer from reputed institute) Location: Mumbai & Delhi Job role: (Not restricted to, but may vary) Relevant work experience in combinations (i.e., M&A, PE and JV) in competition law. Basic working knowledge of cartels, abuse of dominance. Mix of filings with CCI, and notifiability analysis. Junior is preferable as she/he can be moulded. Ability or willingness to think out of the box.  

  • Competition Law
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  • 2+ years
  • Not Disclosed
  • Mumbai, Delhi, India
  • Post Date: Sep 30, 2021
  • End Date: Oct 30, 2021
  • 2+ years
  • Not Disclosed
  • Mumbai, Delhi, India
  • Post Date: Sep 30, 2021
  • End Date: Oct 30, 2021

No. of Vacancies: 2 (two). Designation to be finalized upon confirmation of the candidate.   Desired Candidate Profile Legal degree (LL.B.) with 3 (five) to 5 years post qualification experience. Preference will be given to candidates who have the ability to handle transactions in the following practice areas: Corporate Financing with special focus on loans (both rupee and foreign currency) Restructuring and Distressed Assets Financial Services Regulatory and Advisory Securitisation (including investments in security receipts) and Receivables Financing Should possess sound knowledge of applicable provisions of: ECB borrowings the Indian foreign exchange laws (including for external commercial borrowings, trade credits, overseas direct investments, and export and import arrangements) the existing securitisation norms (for both standard and non-performing assets) and Factoring Regulation Act, 2011 (as amended) SARFAESI and enforcement actions pursuant thereto the applicable RBI circulars, notifications, guidelines, etc. for rupee loans and restructuring arrangements general banking laws applicable to advisory and regulatory matters   In addition to the above, the candidate should: have good research, written, and oral communication skillsets have superior negotiation and legal analytical skills demonstrate strong ability to guide and mentor team / firm members be a good team player in an open and dynamic environment have experience of developing / maintaining relationship with clients   Key Responsibilities Working seamlessly with other members of the team / firm on the aforesaid practice areas with minimum partner intervention. To maintain and develop relationships with existing clients. To generate new relationships and assist the partners in bringing in new business by setting up meetings / presentations and providing all necessary assistance. Consistently deliver excellent service to meet and exceed client expectations. To assess and plan for future trends, opportunities, and threats by anticipating the need for change. To assist other teams on various interconnected matters. To guide and mentor team / firm members in legal and / or other perspectives across all offices of the firm. Demonstrate and live by the values of the firm.   Technical Knowledge Basic understanding of: the working of blockchain, and distributed ledger technology any artificial intelligence computing platforms Adept in use of technology and high level of competence with Microsoft Office suite. Efficiently / effectively using all features in the following software / application: Microsoft Word Microsoft Outlook Microsoft Teams WebEx

  • Banking Law
  • Finance
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Legal Researcher

Enterslice

Full time
  • 1+ years
  • Not Disclosed
  • Noida, India
  • Post Date: Oct 19, 2021
  • End Date: Nov 19, 2021
  • 1+ years
  • Not Disclosed
  • Noida, India
  • Post Date: Oct 19, 2021
  • End Date: Nov 19, 2021

Responsibilities Create articles, brief and/or review articles, info graphics, social media content, press releases etc.   Content creation on laws governing the services provided by the company    Qualifications Minimum 6 months to 1 Year experience in writing finance / tax/ legal content for articles, blogs, email campaigns, press releases, videos, social media, corporate collateral, whitepapers, brochures etc.  Experience & Qualification in finance, tax, legal compliance and accounting   Excellent command over English language with natural flair for writing  Excellent analytical skills & structured thinking capability   Takes ownership and shows great deal of accountability   Able to work efficiently in an ambiguous and dynamic work environment 

  • Compliance
  • Legal Research
  • Writing
  • Tax Law
  • Finance
  • English

Chief Manager - Legal

Sterlite Power Transmission Limited

Full time
  • 10+ years
  • Not Disclosed
  • New Delhi, India
  • Post Date: Oct 19, 2021
  • End Date: Nov 19, 2021
  • 10+ years
  • Not Disclosed
  • New Delhi, India
  • Post Date: Oct 19, 2021
  • End Date: Nov 19, 2021

The ideal person will be responsible for supporting SPTL in contract with special focus to litigation/ contracts / Legal Due Diligence and all other legal matters; Ensure legal and statutory compliance of all contracts as per law. Exposure of Land matters is additionally required.   Responsibilities Litigation regarding recovery matters, Regulatory matters etc Drafting, reviewing of business contract. Should be able to do thorough risk analysis before entering into various types of commercial & Financial Agreements and should have the ability to draft/vet legal agreement. Legal Due diligence. Exposure to SPAs, technology transfer agreements and such high valued transaction. Coordinating with outside legal counsel in cost effective manner. Deliver advice on legal positions in case of litigation. Formulate the general guidelines, checklists and procedures and set up of best practices in management of legal function in general and contracting function. To update MIS and legal development on regular basis. To Handle the Land matters. Sale Purchase and related litigation. Prepare, update, and disseminate relevant legal interpretations, notes, circulars etc. throughout company on the given subject   Qualifications Min 10 Years out of total experience in handling legal affairs in any Corporate. LLB Degree Must, have handled Litigation and Contracts

  • Compliance
  • Drafting
  • Due Diligence
  • Litigation
  • Contracts
  • Finance
  • 3+ years
  • Not Disclosed
  • Bengaluru, India
  • Post Date: Oct 19, 2021
  • End Date: Nov 19, 2021
  • 3+ years
  • Not Disclosed
  • Bengaluru, India
  • Post Date: Oct 19, 2021
  • End Date: Nov 19, 2021

Responsibilities Ensuring compliance with Master Direction issued by RBI on Prepaid Payment Instruments (PPIs). Ensuring compliance with Companies Act, 2013; RBI circulars applicable to Non-Deposit Accepting Systemically Important NBFC. Ability to independently draft agenda, minutes, compile and maintain secretarial records, company law and Reserve bank filings, supporting internal and statutory audit. Ensure compliance with Shareholders Agreement. Completing formalities for issue and allotment of Shares, Non-Convertible Debentures and their listing. E-filing of necessary forms and returns before the regulatory authorities. Maintenance of ROC and RBI files and records. Intimation to RBI about inward remittances and outward remittances and transfer of ownership and control of Companies, if any.   Qualifications 3-4 years of experience Strong analytical, organizational, communication and interpersonal skills. NBFC/ banking experience shall be preferred Company Secretary LLB is preferable

  • Compliance
  • Drafting
  • Banking Law
  • Secretarial
  • Organization Skills
  • Company Secretary
  • communication

Commercial Counsel

Cvent

Full time
  • 6+ years
  • Not Disclosed
  • Gurugram, India
  • Post Date: Oct 19, 2021
  • End Date: Nov 19, 2021
  • 6+ years
  • Not Disclosed
  • Gurugram, India
  • Post Date: Oct 19, 2021
  • End Date: Nov 19, 2021

We are seeking well-qualified, experienced candidates for an in-house attorney position for Cvent India Private Limited. This is a unique role which offers an opportunity to work with both our Sales and Procurement teams. Primary responsibilities include preparing and negotiating software as a service subscription agreement(s) in support of the sales organization and performing similar work with respect to vendor and service provider agreements for the procurement, technology and other business departments. This will necessitate working closely with Sales, IT, Procurement, Finance and Customer Service. The position reports to the Director - Legal based in India. This individual will be expected to bring a high degree of contracts expertise to the position, and to rely on that expertise along with sound judgment and professionalism to operate independently.  All work will require a "business" as well as a "legal" approach, requiring responsibilities and competencies in software, negotiation, structuring deals and validation of terms against commercial and industry norms, project management, and team leading that is much more than simply documenting the legal terms of an already agreed upon deal.   Responsibilities Drafting and negotiating various commercial agreements such as Software as a Service agreements, Subscription agreements, Services agreements, Facility agreements, Security agreements, Engagement letters with Service Providers, Confidentiality agreements and other relevant legal documentation and subsequent amendments. Review legal communications from customers, service providers, third parties and government agencies, and draft responses to same in consultation with management; draft outgoing legal correspondence relating to enforcement of Cvent contracts, intellectual property and other rights. Review RFPs and RFQs, offering appropriate alternatives to contract terms and conditions. Routine legal advice to business and operations units. Support the Account Management, Billing, Collections, and Legal personnel as necessary to Manage contract renewal process and prepare improvements for same Track and send contractually required notices/reports Track all contractually required product enhancements and service level requirements Support collections (e.g., investigate bankruptcy claims, prepare release forms) Perform other projects and duties at the request of management team. Working Week – Monday to Friday   Qualifications LL.B. from a good university like NLSIU, NALSAR, NUJS, NLU (Jodhpur, Bhopal) Law, or Faculty of Law, D.U. The candidate must have at least 6 - 8 years of relevant experience (post qualification) in the contracts and agreements domain; preferably both international and domestic contracts. SaaS experience is required Incumbent should have strong experience in drafting, vetting, negotiating various contracts, and interpreting them. Understanding of financial and commercial terms in Contracts. Understanding of important laws and statutes having business and commercial impact to the organization’s operations. Understanding of nuances of Technology Contracts, including global privacy regulations. Good written and oral communication skills Excellent analytical and comprehension skills Good academic track record Ability to work with business teams displaying an understanding of the business requirements Good interpersonal skills Willingness to work hard Ability to manage time efficiently Working knowledge and experience with software and hardware issues, and legal concepts regarding software contracts and licensing such as Limitations of Liability, Indemnification, Warranties, Termination, Data Security, and Confidentiality. Self-starter who understands executing with urgency, and the ability to comfortably work in an intensely deadline-oriented environment. Accuracy and attention to detail are essential requirements for this position. Ability to close issues quickly and effectively

  • Writing
  • Drafting
  • Contracts
  • Negotiations
  • Intellectual Property (IP)
  • communication
  • Finance

Counsel - IC

Mastercard

Full time
  • 5+ years
  • Not Disclosed
  • Pune, India
  • Post Date: Oct 19, 2021
  • End Date: Nov 19, 2021
  • 5+ years
  • Not Disclosed
  • Pune, India
  • Post Date: Oct 19, 2021
  • End Date: Nov 19, 2021

This role requires the provision of high-quality advice to the business on a broad range of commercial, contract and operational matters to help ensure the build, distribution and operations of the business comply with applicable laws and contractual commitments.   Responsibilities Provide legal support to the payment transaction service business unit and operations & technology divisions at Mastercard. Structure, draft, and negotiate various agreements, including complex technology outsourcing agreements, with customers, strategic partners, financial institutions, and vendors. Partner with the product, technology, sales, compliance, marketing, communications, and others to provide legal guidance related to the Product and Engineering business unit and/or the broader markets, ensuring comprehensive, end-to-end legal support by facilitating thoughtful risk-taking to enable Mastercard to deliver on strategy. Provide product legal guidance related to the development and distribution of new product offerings, including review of IP rights, information security, information technology considerations, regulatory compliance, data privacy design, documentation content, and vendor related requirements. Coordinate and collaborate with subject matter experts on data privacy, intellectual property, regulatory, public policy, franchise, security, finance, sales, emerging payments, and other internal and external stakeholders to ensure products and agreements are consistent with corporate strategy and internal policies and procedures. Keep track of relevant regulatory circulars in the region and promptly advise stakeholders of its implications on business operations and legal risks.  Establish a thorough understanding of the business to operate as a trusted advisor to business clients on a daily basis with respect to wide-ranging issues, to help set and implement strategy for such teams, take responsibility for projects that benefit the team or department, and manage the day-to-day matters in coordination with colleagues as appropriate.   Qualifications Law degree from an established and reputable university. Demonstrated transactional technology background and sound business and legal judgment, with minimum post-qualification experience of 5-7 years in a reputed organization, preferably from payments or financial services industry.  Proficiency in contract drafting and negotiation and experience in commercial practices generally are required. Aside from being a proven individual contributor, must be able to work as part of a team, and have strong collaborative and multi-tasking skills and experience with coordinating cross-functional teams to execute initiatives and transactions. General understanding of regulatory environment especially circulars issued by RBI and other regulators for AP regions. Must be able to strike a balance between the two principal objectives of being a facilitator to the business and protecting the interests of the company.  Quick learner, stress resistant, ability to grasp complex new business concepts, good commercial acumen, and creative approach to problem-solving.  A proactive, time-sensitive, results driven approach in carrying out all duties, obligations, and responsibilities.

  • Compliance
  • Drafting
  • Privacy
  • Negotiations
  • Intellectual Property (IP)
  • Finance
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