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Legal & Compliance Manager

Applied Data Finance

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

The Legal & Compliance Manager will assist in supporting the Compliance Team in a rapidly changing legal and regulatory environment as it relates to the consumer lending industry. The Legal & Compliance Manager assists with the implementation of the risk-based Compliance Management System as developed by the Chief Legal Officer to include contract management, regulatory exam and audit management, license management, compliance training and audit of operational and regulatory compliance. Participates in job-specific training and other training programs as required; ensures compliance with federal and state consumer protection regulations and all loan servicing policies and procedures; other duties as may be assigned.   Responsibilities Manage contract with vendors, clients, partners, service providers and other third parties Liaising with various stakeholders and advising on contractual mandates, closure of contracts, reviewing contracts to ensure compliance and assist in resolving contractual issues. Manage and assist regulatory audit and exam preparation and responses Managing licensing process and procedure, renewal, documenting and tracking requirements Understand business lines, operational areas, products and services and keep abreast of changes (new products, services or business practices)  Conduct account level reviews and root cause analysis related to consumer inquiries and business-based matters Conduct process level reviews, track process improvement opportunities or updates, and assist in trend analysis development and reporting   Conduct audit and periodic reviews of department procedures to ensure compliance with federal and state laws and regulations Identifies process improvement opportunities based on analysis conducted and recommends operational best practices Ensures appropriate departmental compliance training is conducted and assists with preparation of in tracking analysis development and reporting Creating an inspiring environment with clear team goals, managing tasks and setting deadlines for the team Responsible for supervising, managing and motivating team members on a daily basis Conduct or direct internal investigation of compliance issues Assist in the review and preparation of reports regarding compliance operations and progress, quarterly and annual meeting materials Assists in ensuring records are in order and comply with regulatory and internal retention guidelines. Demonstrates capability in gathering data and drawing conclusions on compliance analysis results Performs a variety of duties as required by the position and/or assigned Working knowledge of consumer laws and regulations   Qualifications A self-starting individual Bachelor's or master’s degree in Legal Studies or related field 5 to 8 years of financial institution experience is recommended, or related / equivalent LPO function management experience required Working knowledge/experience in US regulatory environment is preferred Ability to identify and assess compliance risks required Exceptionally strong analytical, organization and research skills Demonstrated reasoning and critical thinking skills with the ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions in order to make recommendations to management Must maintain confidentiality and exercise discretion in performing daily duties Project management experience is necessary to work effectively in a high-pressure environment with time constraints Must be proficient in Microsoft Office (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint etc.), Adobe, and possess other computer-related skills Strong writing and presentation skills are required Attention to detail is necessary for accurately performing tasks Excellent interpersonal and communication skills are necessary for maintaining effective relationships with employees and business unit management

  • Compliance
  • Management
  • Legal Research
  • Writing
  • Presentation
  • MS Office
  • Contracts
  • Organization Skills
  • communication
  • Finance

Associate – Compliance and Legal

Fynd (Shopsense Retail Technologies Private Limited)

Full time
  • 1+ years
  • Not Disclosed
  • Mumbai, India
  • Post Date: Nov 17, 2021
  • End Date: Dec 17, 2021
  • 1+ years
  • Not Disclosed
  • Mumbai, India
  • Post Date: Nov 17, 2021
  • End Date: Dec 17, 2021

Responsibilities Drafting Resolutions, Minutes of Board Meeting, General Meetings, Notice and other normal Company Secretarial Documents. Preparation and filing of Annual Filing Documents and regular Form filing wit ROC Knowledge of the issue of securities, transfer of securities increase Maintain statutory register & records Convening & administering Board & Shareholders meetings  Handling compliance related to Companies Act 2013 and other applicable Acts Co-ordinate with Finance team, depositories, RTA and other internal and external teams Vetting of NDA, Leave and License Agreement, MOUs, NDA, Agreements, HR related contracts, etc   Qualifications CS and LLB (even last year LLB pursuing can apply) 1+ year of experience in Secretarial and Legal work Should have good communication (both spoken & written) skills Proficient in MS-Office Independent and pro-active performer Diligent and meticulous in work Active in research work 

  • Compliance
  • Legal Research
  • Drafting
  • MS Office
  • Secretarial
  • communication

Sr. Legal Associate

Archetype

Full time
  • 2+ years
  • Not Disclosed
  • New Delhi, India
  • Post Date: Nov 17, 2021
  • End Date: Dec 17, 2021
  • 2+ years
  • Not Disclosed
  • New Delhi, India
  • Post Date: Nov 17, 2021
  • End Date: Dec 17, 2021

Responsibilities Draft, negotiate and manage complex contractual documents for the company’s US, UK and India offices including but not limited to client agreements, master service agreements, project agreements, memorandum of understanding, letter of intent, NDAs etc Review and approve documents in line with agreed principles of the company to limit legal exposure. Clearly articulate and obtain approvals for contract changes Advise different production teams of contractual rights and obligations and provide interpretation of terms and conditions Support and lead the continuous improvement of standard form agreements, legal and approval processes Working on HR matters like determining the right type of leaves, termination protection to the company and working and supporting HR on employee related policies Work closely with Next15’s legal team Contribute to the maintenance and enhancement of the contract database and other related systems Looking after all the compliance work of the India offices Going forward working on developing company policies on Harassment, anti-bribery, equal opportunity etc Ability to perform several tasks simultaneously to meet critical deadlines is necessary. Ability to interact with staff from multiple departments. Excellent written/oral communication and organizational skills are required. Experience working in an house legal department of a multinational company is necessary   Qualifications LLB 2- 5 yrs of experience

  • Compliance
  • Drafting
  • Contracts
  • Negotiations
  • Policy
  • Organization Skills
  • communication

Manager - Global Legal Services

TIBCO Software

Full time
  • 8+ years
  • Not Disclosed
  • Pune, India
  • Post Date: Nov 17, 2021
  • End Date: Dec 17, 2021
  • 8+ years
  • Not Disclosed
  • Pune, India
  • Post Date: Nov 17, 2021
  • End Date: Dec 17, 2021

The TIBCO Legal Department is looking for a Director - Global Legal Services (“GLS”) who will manage an existing team of approximately 12 attorneys who provide off-shore legal support to TIBCOs globally dispersed Legal Department and the general TIBCO business.  This position will report direct to the Legal Department, VP of Global Licensing. Strong experience of 10+ years in a corporate legal department, along with an understanding of US software revenue recognition principles and the ability independently handle and manage contract drafting, contract review and negotiation will ensure success in this role.  Additionally, a successful candidate will need to have the awareness, experience and ability to manage across multiple time-zones, perform as an autonomous solution-provider, problem-solver who can understand different business culture styles and communication. Prior experience managing a legal team is required.  Strong working knowledge and affinity with legal and corporate technology platforms is preferred.   Responsibilities Can be a part an existing team, overseeing the activities of approximately 12 attorneys who provide off-shore legal support to TIBCOs globally dispersed Legal Department and the general TIBCO business Autonomously manage the end-to-end review, redline and negotiating full range of IT, software and commercial contracts - inbound and outbound - and reviewing and responding to RFPs. Assist regional Sales Management, regional legal counsels, Account Executives and Corporate Finance/Revenue Recognition to structure transactions and expedite the sales/contracting process Support creation and ongoing upkeep of internal process documents for work handled by GLS      Some international travel may be required. Provide important point of contact for managing resources and input for ongoing corporate projects   Qualifications LLB Minimum 8+ years combined experience of corporate legal department work – ideally no less than 5 years of in-house work. Previous team management experience is required. Understanding of US software revenue recognition principles. Independently manage/assist in contract drafting, contract review and negotiation. Solution oriented with demonstrated ability to be hands-on, autonomous, operate successfully with remote supervision and maintain the integrity of the Legal function. Understanding of how a Legal Department interacts with Sales teams and other departments in a blue-chip multinational company. Excellent written and verbal English communication skills. German/French language proficiency is an advantage. Thorough, exemplary attention to detail, initiative, solution-oriented approach. Practical people management skills with an ability to guide and mentor the team as required. Ability to work effectively and efficiently under pressure and manage a team with a varied and changing workload. Ability to use Microsoft Office without the need for other administrative support. Familiarity and/or aptitude with software, IT systems and contract management tools. Ability to provide time overlap as per business needs.

  • Management
  • Drafting
  • MS Office
  • Contracts
  • Negotiations
  • communication
  • Finance
  • English

Senior Attorney

Kyndryl

Full time
  • 7+ years
  • Not Disclosed
  • Bengaluru, India
  • Post Date: Nov 17, 2021
  • End Date: Dec 17, 2021
  • 7+ years
  • Not Disclosed
  • Bengaluru, India
  • Post Date: Nov 17, 2021
  • End Date: Dec 17, 2021

Kyndryl is currently looking for an experienced lawyer to join its legal team in [India]. Reporting to General Counsel in India, the successful candidate will be based in [Bangalore], with a focus on Kyndryl’s business operations in India, as well as [Asia Pacific] regions. The role will primarily involve negotiating, drafting, managing and analysing a wide variety of technology services transactions, including strategic outsourcing, software, cloud, analytics, sales, business partner, finance, supplier and teaming agreements with both local and multinational customers and suppliers in the country and wider regions. The candidate will also be responsible for providing advice and support to the business and assisting the management and General Counsel in all legal matters, including but not limited to regulatory matters, operational issues, HR matters, troubled projects, litigation, investigation, transactional support, etc. The candidate will be expected to work with the General Counsel and wider global legal team in supporting Kyndryl’s business. The candidate will also be expected to provide support for compliance and ethics matters. Candidates must be highly motivated, articulate, demonstrate sound communication, experienced in negotiation, drafting, people and organizational skills, and be comfortable and confident in dealing directly with all levels of local management. Knowledge of IT, networking, services, hardware, and software industries is a strong plus. The successful candidate will be able to work independently but collaboratively with a high energy and talented team of professionals.   Responsibilities Knowledge of contractual law, anti-trust, company law, labour law, intellectual property, data privacy laws, procurement law, and litigation. Multinational / international legal knowledge and expertise is preferred. Negotiating agreements with customers, vendors and other stakeholders. The role will have a lot of interface with external entities and hence requires that the candidate have significant experience of handling and negotiating complex deals with external entities. Review, interpret, and counsel on relevant local laws, court rulings, policies and practices. Advise management on the legal / ethical aspects arising from day-to-day business activities and/or within a specialty area of legal practice such human resources related issues. Assist with negotiations / communications with customers, external government agencies / representatives, outside counsel, etc. Handle claims against the company and assist with the preparation for litigation or arbitration proceedings, handle queries from regulators including the coordination of efforts by corporate staff and outside counsel. Develop ongoing and future strategies to avoid potentially damaging legal situations regarding product development, marketing strategies, etc. which often involves working closely with internal management teams and in-house counsels representing other countries to ensure appropriate implementation. Advice on regulatory matters, strategic issues and assist in maintaining a compliance posture of business. Assumes additional responsibilities as assigned. Ability to manage external counsel. Ability to speak articulately and persuasively to individuals at all management levels. Ability to determine appropriate action/solutions to complex legal and business issues dealing with clients and customers. Requires law degree. Admitted to practice in local jurisdiction with relevant practice experience.   Qualifications Admitted to practise as an advocate in India. Minimum 7+ years post admission experience in practice as an attorney or advocate, including relevant in-house experience preferably as leader of an in-house department in a company, and/ or law firm experience. Regional and cross boarder experience preferred.  Knowledge of networking, consulting services, hardware and software industries a strong plus. Ability to lead and function in a team and work independently. Ability to accept responsibility/high ethical standards. Ability to identify and assess risks and make objective decisions in the best interest of the company, taking the relevant legal and business issues into consideration. Sound drafting, negotiation and interpersonal skills. Ability to react positively to a changing environment. Ability to express clearly both verbally and writing. Ability to work in a dynamic and fast paced environment and meet critical deadlines.

  • Writing
  • Drafting
  • Privacy
  • Litigation
  • Contracts
  • Negotiations
  • Intellectual Property (IP)
  • communication
  • Arbitration

Legal Counsel, Employment Law

ServiceNow

Full time
  • 5+ years
  • Not Disclosed
  • Hyderabad, India
  • Post Date: Nov 17, 2021
  • End Date: Dec 17, 2021
  • 5+ years
  • Not Disclosed
  • Hyderabad, India
  • Post Date: Nov 17, 2021
  • End Date: Dec 17, 2021

We are seeking a motivated and experienced lawyer who specializes in Employment Law to join our Global Employment Law team to support the continued growth of the ServiceNow business in India. The role will be located in Hyderabad or Bangalore, India and will report to the Director, Legal – Global Employment. The position will provide legal advice and counsel to the Global People Team and other key internal stakeholders in India on employment law matters.  This is an important opportunity to play a pivotal role in ServiceNow’s expanding legal team and to work on challenging legal issues in an exciting, fast-paced environment.   Responsibilities Help us build a culture of high performance and great inclusion. Deliver business oriented, risk-based advice and counsel on the full range of employment law issues including: hiring, dismissals, complex employee relations issues, workplace investigations, restructurings, contingent workforce issues, compensation and benefits, leaves of absence, future of work planning, and DIBs (diversity, inclusion and belonging). Fully understanding the legal requirements is the starting point – treating people fairly and creating an amazing working environment is the end point Partner with the Global People Team to create scalable and compliant policies and processes consistent with our values Drive compliance with all prevention of sexual harassment (POSH) legislation in partnership with the Global People Team and Management, and develop and deliver workforce trainings on the same Develop and deliver best in class employee related trainings Manage India employment claims and litigation matters Partner and collaborate with other members of the Global Employment Law team on global projects and issues Monitor and maintain knowledge of changes in India employment laws and regulations and industry practices, and provide practical advice and support to the business regarding the same   Qualifications A strong work ethic, exceptional judgment, and uncompromising integrity A law degree with strong academic credentials Good standing and full qualifications to practice law in India 5+ years of relevant legal experience practicing India employment law at a top law firm and/or in-house legal department of a multi-national company; high tech experience a plus. In house experience strongly desirable Excellent interpersonal skills and proven ability to build strong and deep working relationships with internal stakeholders over multiple geographical locations Ability to understand complex issues, assess risk and provide concise, actionable, business-focused legal and risk mitigation advice and counsel A practical, proactive, collaborative and business-focused approach to problem solving with the ability to make sound decisions and exercise good judgement Ability to work independently and under pressure, and to handle multiple competing tasks simultaneously and thoroughly to closure in a fast-paced environment Demonstrated a global mindset and sensitivity to all cultures Fluency in English Ability to travel internationally as needed

  • Compliance
  • Management
  • Litigation
  • Employment Law
  • communication
  • English
  • 8+ years
  • Not Disclosed
  • Bengaluru, India
  • Post Date: Nov 17, 2021
  • End Date: Dec 17, 2021
  • 8+ years
  • Not Disclosed
  • Bengaluru, India
  • Post Date: Nov 17, 2021
  • End Date: Dec 17, 2021

In this role, you will serve as Assistant General Counsel, Commercial & Technology Transactions for Honeywell’s Connected Enterprise (HCE), our software division, and lead regional transactions for HCE’s Industrial, Buildings, Logistics, and Cyber business groups as we gain traction to be a leader in the IoT industry. HCE is building and connecting software solutions to streamline and centralize the assets, people and processes, translating into smarter, safer, more efficient business decisions for our customers.   Responsibilities Execute global commercial sales transactions, with focus on Europe, Africa and Asia-Pacific regions, including deal structuring, drafting, and negotiation across a range of areas including software, SaaS, PaaS, APIs, data analytics, and related integration and support services. Help implement our contracting strategy and framework, including driving regional alignment, templates, negotiation positions, playbooks, deal desk, escalation approvals and training to close deals at scale. Drive intelligent transactional risk review and mitigation with ability to remove road-blocks, provide prompt resolutions, and facilitate transparency across cross-functional teams to enable well-advised decisions and approvals. Deploy the utilization of digital contracts systems and processes to enable digital and automated contracting processes and data driven negotiation. Lead a matrixed regional team of commercial sales contract professionals to adopt, transform and understand HCE’s cutting-edge technologies and related transactional positions necessary to meet HCE’s goals. Advise on local legal and regulatory issues in Europe, Africa and Asia-Pacific, including in relation to data compliance and localization, privacy, security, software, cloud and SaaS.   Qualifications Registered to practice as a lawyer in a major legal jurisdiction. 8+ years of legal experience at a leading law-firm and/or technology company. Extensive commercial contracting experience in enterprise on-premises software and for SaaS, PaaS, cloud, data and analytics, IIoT and related services. Deep understanding of transactional and operational variances between on-premises software, cloud and SaaS platform solutions. Substantial experience with Europe, Africa and Asia-Pacific laws, including areas involving cloud, platforming, SaaS and data/privacy matters.

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

Compliance Mangaer

Plantix

Full time
  • 3+ years
  • Not Disclosed
  • Indore, India
  • Post Date: Nov 16, 2021
  • End Date: Dec 16, 2021
  • 3+ years
  • Not Disclosed
  • Indore, India
  • Post Date: Nov 16, 2021
  • End Date: Dec 16, 2021

Responsibilities Liaison with Government departments/ Government authorities for associated compliances and advocates for on-going litigation Manage and maintain company compliance across all states. Drafting and reviewing of agreements/ MoU’s Advise management on the company’s compliance with laws and regulations through detailed reports Create, manage, and communicate effective action plans in response to compliance violations Assess company operations to determine compliance risk Ensure all employees are educated on the latest regulations and the internal processes   Qualifications Bachelor’s degree in Law or qualified CS. Minimum 3+ years’ proven experience as a compliance manager or in-house counsel role. Good knowledge of legal requirements and procedures. Must be willing to travel. Good Hindi and English oral and written communication skills. Highly analytical with strong attention to documentation detailing.

  • Compliance
  • Management
  • Drafting
  • Litigation
  • Company Secretary
  • communication
  • English
  • 3+ years
  • Not Disclosed
  • Gurugram, India
  • Post Date: Nov 16, 2021
  • End Date: Dec 16, 2021
  • 3+ years
  • Not Disclosed
  • Gurugram, India
  • Post Date: Nov 16, 2021
  • End Date: Dec 16, 2021

Assist the Company Secretary in all secretarial compliance and legal matters for legal entities regarding India Region. Drafting, finalizing commercial and other agreement required from time to time, wherever required these agreement has to be cleared from Global legal team.   Responsibilities Under direction of the Global Head of Investigations, perform investigative steps to include document gathering and review, assessment of applicable local laws, interview participation (to include transcribing) and drafting reports of investigation. Maintain custody of all litigation and E&C matters/records Draft, finalize, and review legal agreement and compliance documents in consultation with the Global E&C leadership team, Company Secretary, Corporate Legal Team.  Ensure compliance with all applicable company, country, and international Anti-Bribery and Anti-Corruption laws and regulations. Ensure compliance adherence of all applicable statute for all legal entities. Ensure functioning of online tool for compliance, circulate monthly compliance dash board to site management as well as Global E&C leadership team.  Identify potential E&C risk areas and coordinate with the Global E&C team for the creation, presentation, and testing of training initiatives and measures.  Ensure company compliance with the applicable Secretarial and Ethics and Compliance standards; proactively assess actual or potential changes in standards and prepare/brief to the E&C leadership team proposed actions. Organize and manage Board Meetings, Annual General Meeting and Extraordinary General Meetings for all three entities and finalization of Notice, Agenda and Minutes thereof. Prepare Board Reports for all India legal entities. Appointment, Re-appointment, Change in designation and resignation of Board of Directors for all 3 entities and filing forms with Ministry of Corporate Affairs. Complete annual DIR-3 KYC and Annual Disclosures by all Directors of all 3 entities as well as ensure appointment of Statutory Auditors.  Review, maintain and ensure accuracy of all Statutory Registers.  Responsible for filing of all FCGPR, FLA, and ECB-2 returns.  Comply with all time and event based required filings with the Ministry of Corporate Affairs. Respond to requirements of Reserve Bank of India on account of Capital Infusion Perform other duties as assigned by the Global Head of Investigations | Associate Director, Global E&C and/or General Counsel, Global E&C.   Qualifications Bachelor Degree/ LL.B with at least 3 years of relevant working experience in Legal and Secretarial functions. Experience in analyzing the legal consequences of any agreement, prepared to provide solutions for difficult business situations. Understanding of the law and potential ramifications for non-compliance.  Able to support strategic goals in relation to broader E&C initiatives. 

  • Compliance
  • Drafting
  • Litigation
  • Secretarial
  • Company Secretary

Assistant/Deputy Manager - Compliance - M&A

Antal International

Full time
  • 4+ years
  • Not Disclosed
  • Gurugram, India
  • Post Date: Nov 16, 2021
  • End Date: Dec 16, 2021
  • 4+ years
  • Not Disclosed
  • Gurugram, India
  • Post Date: Nov 16, 2021
  • End Date: Dec 16, 2021

Responsibilities Conduct Compliance due diligence in M&A and Joint Venture transactions (e.g. monitor, analyze and assess business and corporate transactions, processes, structures, relations as well as external developments with regard to identifying compliance risks and designing mitigating actions); Conduct deep dive Third Party due diligence on involved third parties (e.g. buyer / seller / Joint Venture partner) Drive post acquisition integration (implementation of the Compliance Program & execution of mitigation actions); Act as interface within the compliance organization, but also to other departments in the company such as Business Development or Legal Drive continual improvement of the existing compliance program and related technology, development and revision of guidelines and policies in accordance with the company’s business needs; Deploy compliance policies and/or procedures by providing necessary training and/or communication to covered employees. Act as a consultant, provide day-to-day guidance, advice to covered employees. Ethical decision-making capability within the business by participating in department meetings, reviewing promotional strategies and other significant business initiatives. Regular reporting to internal and external stakeholders such as the Chief Compliance Officer Additional tasks in consultation with the respective supervisor   Qualifications A university degree or an equivalent qualification in finance, accounting, law, economics or possession of relevant compliance / M&A certifications is an advantage With minimum 4 years or Transaction Advisory / M&A work experience preferably gained in-house or as a consultant for a medical device, healthcare, pharmaceutical or life science company Professional skills: handling compliance and regulatory issues; knowledge regarding anti-corruption and conflicts of interest; FCPA knowledge is beneficial Technical skills: proficiency with Atlassian is an advantage; ability to adapt to new technologies Strong ability to learn new skills, ability and flexibility to familiarize quickly with complex tasks and new situations, strong analytical skills and a very good judgment Result-oriented, action-oriented and solution-oriented working methods and presentation and moderation skills Interpersonal skills and intercultural communication and integration skills, preferably strengthened through international work experience Fluency in English, additional language skills are an advantage

  • Compliance
  • Presentation
  • Mergers & Acquisitions (M&A)
  • Due Diligence
  • Policy
  • communication
  • Finance
  • English
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