• 139
  • Active Jobs Found
    (Last Updated: Dec 07, 2021)
clear

Manager - Legal

Bajaj Finserv Ltd.

Full time
  • 3+ years
  • Not Disclosed
  • Pune, India
  • Post Date: Nov 12, 2021
  • End Date: Dec 12, 2021
  • 3+ years
  • Not Disclosed
  • Pune, India
  • Post Date: Nov 12, 2021
  • End Date: Dec 12, 2021

Responsibilities Drafting/reviewing and vetting of service provider agreements<xqyqz> software license agreements<xqyqz> cash management services agreement<xqyqz> NDAs etc. pertaining to IT<xqyqz> Admin<xqyqz> Operations and other departments of the company and advising the various stakeholders on the risk associated including the possible mitigants  Drafting of transaction specific documents/reviewing of documents and negotiations pertaining to loan against securities and other agreements associated like the referral agreements<xqyqz> Digital module agreement and other related agreements which are assigned from time to time.  Drafting<xqyqz> reviewing and negotiation of loan documents along with security creation and other ancillary documents pertaining to Commercial Lending<xqyqz> Treasury & FIG Business.  Prepare standard documentation templates<xqyqz> review and update the same from time to time and streamlining the documentation process.  Research and analyze laws<xqyqz> legal and regulatory developments to assess their impact on the product and services offered by BFL and ensuring on a monthly basis the same are forming part of the dissemination of various stakeholders by way of Legal notes<xqyqz> journals etc & aligning the legal documents in line with regulatory/statutory changes. Provide timely and sound advice on legal and contractual issues to internal clients on day to day basis.  Any other work as may be assigned from time to time.   Qualifications 3 plus years of PQE preferably in Bank/NBFC of repute or from Law Firm.  Experience in contract drafting, reviewing, negotiation of legal documentation.  Strong written and oral communication skills & proficiency in Microsoft Office software products including Internet, Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint.  Must be a team player and take responsibility of the work undertaken with acumen and ability to independently assess the legal requirements and negotiate the requirements and set discussions at senior level wherever required.  Should have worked in a process oriented environment and be willing to take on additional responsibilities.  Should be willing to put in extended hours of work if work exigencies demand.

  • Drafting
  • MS Office
  • Banking Law
  • Contracts
  • Negotiations
  • communication
  • Finance

Contracts Support Associate

Swiss Re

Full time
  • 1+ years
  • Not Disclosed
  • Bengaluru, India
  • Post Date: Nov 12, 2021
  • End Date: Dec 12, 2021
  • 1+ years
  • Not Disclosed
  • Bengaluru, India
  • Post Date: Nov 12, 2021
  • End Date: Dec 12, 2021

The Contracts Support Associate will support the Asia L&H Contracts team with drafting of traditional L&H reinsurance contracts – contracts based on standard templates, amendments to existing contracts and updating systems.   Responsibilities Provide solutions to Client Managers (CM) and other functional partners in review and drafting of L&H reinsurance contracts, amendments and other contractual documents. Develop, coordinate and communicate efficiently Swiss Re's position on contract wording issues with partners and clients. Maintain and update Swiss Re tools and systems. Provide status updates to Client Markets team in each market. Promote standard methodology in contract content and ensure consistency of Swiss Re's wording position across all L&H lines of business. Provide overview and status reports to global and local management. Support Contracts Specialists and Support Associates in the Asia team, as the need arises. Participate in global projects, as the need arises.   Qualifications Legal training or law degree; comparable professional experience also seriously considered and professional designations a plus. Relevant professional experience of 1-2 years in a law firm, drafting and reviewing legal contracts within any industry, preference will be given to financial services and (re)insurance industry. Sound understanding of legal agreements and contract law. Excellent written and spoken English language skills. Strong communication, problem solving, client focused and a standout colleague. Open to build (re)insurance business knowledge. Ability to prioritize and meet turn-around time expectations across multiple markets. Attention to details and ability to work efficiently with minimal direction. Confidence to engage fearlessly, with (external) clients and (internal) business partners. Should be able to support Asia timings (start at 8:00 AM India time).

  • Drafting
  • Insurance
  • Contracts
  • Finance
  • English
  • 8+ years
  • Not Disclosed
  • Bengaluru, India
  • Post Date: Nov 11, 2021
  • End Date: Dec 11, 2021
  • 8+ years
  • Not Disclosed
  • Bengaluru, India
  • Post Date: Nov 11, 2021
  • End Date: Dec 11, 2021

As a Senior Advisor, Legal Counsel (I8), you will be responsible for providing legal support to the Human Resource function. You will work with the Talent Acquisition, TMS, Compensation & Benefits, RHR, HR operations and other human resource verticals   Responsibilities Provide Advisory service to the various HR functions like Talent Acquisition, RHR, C&B, operations etc. Review Talent Acquisition templates, recommend compensation and benefits policies, communication etc. Provide India/ APJ training support HR operations: Car lease, advisory, projects, communication, policies etc. Providing support around labor compliance (New laws & regulations), contingent labor (My Talent on Demand) etc.   Qualifications Typically requires 8+ years of related experience in a professional role with a Bachelor’s degree. Qualified attorney or equivalent in the relevant jurisdiction required Prior experience in providing legal support to the HR function Knowledge of legal research skills. Ability to apply known legal principles to an unfamiliar set of facts.

  • Compliance
  • Legal Research
  • Policy
  • Labour Law
  • communication
  • 2+ years
  • Not Disclosed
  • Bengaluru, India
  • Post Date: Nov 11, 2021
  • End Date: Dec 11, 2021
  • 2+ years
  • Not Disclosed
  • Bengaluru, India
  • Post Date: Nov 11, 2021
  • End Date: Dec 11, 2021

Your role will require you to work closely and cross-functionally with the Legal and Sales teams, and ensure Setu’s contracting processes are primed for partner delight and compliant with our regulatory obligations. You will help manage this while eliminating documentation-related bottlenecks in our sales cycle.   Responsibilities This role reports to the Legal Manager, and your key objective will be to ensure that Setu’s contract closures have high-velocity, and that our processes from kickoff to execution are the gold standard in partner experience. You’ll spend your time working on the below— Crafting and modifying our contract templates for both asset partners and developers, to make them as simple as possible while also protecting everyone’s interests. We also have a wide range of products and varied engagements with our partners. You will need to develop templates and additional documentation, if needed, for custom and non-standard partnerships. Supporting the business and operations teams in negotiating and executing contracts with developers and asset partners within tight timelines. Devising new mechanisms and process improvements in contract execution, monitoring and ongoing management, that will scale long-term with the needs of a complex, fast growing business. Analysing past sales cycles, TATs and partner feedback, and leveraging these learnings to iterate on shaping new deals. Understanding (at a high level of detail) how our products work, because that is the only way to ensure in turn that our contracts work. Working with the Legal Manager and General Counsel on all of these tasks as well as other responsibilities that fall within the scope of the legal, policy, and compliance. The aim will be for you to have independent and full responsibility for specific domains, either right from the start or after a short period of training and orientation.   Qualifications You are a lawyer qualified to practice in India with 2-4 years of work experience, negotiating commercial contracts and other experience demonstrating ability to handle and close commercial and legal negotiations, preferably at a law firm/in-house corporate legal department where you have worked on fintech/financial services. You live and breathe processes. You’re the type of person that enjoys thinking of, and implementing processes that can streamline long-drawn, and sometimes non-standard, multi-stakeholder documentation. Our contracts need to be carefully drafted so that they are easy to comprehend and fair to all parties, so that we cut down on negotiation time without compromising our interests. Trackers, TATs, record-keeping. You are obsessed with creating transparency in your processes. You are well versed with the prevalent tools and software suites that are used in this domain, and value intelligent automation. Interest in building and improving legal-tech tools would be a major plus.

  • Compliance
  • Contracts
  • Negotiations
  • Policy
  • Finance
  • 8+ years
  • Not Disclosed
  • Navi Mumbai, India
  • Post Date: Nov 11, 2021
  • End Date: Dec 11, 2021
  • 8+ years
  • Not Disclosed
  • Navi Mumbai, India
  • Post Date: Nov 11, 2021
  • End Date: Dec 11, 2021

Responsibilities Responsible for filing, registering any document including forms, returns and applications by and on behalf of the company as an authorized representative. Should also assist, participate, partner with internal and external stakeholders in areas of Corporate Social Responsibility, communication with various stakeholders, Government, Regulators, Authorities etc., Industrial and labor laws. Manages the Secretarial Compliance / Compliance Audit. Compliance of legal and procedural aspects under various corporate laws and acts. Advises the company on legal and statutory matters. Drafting of Board/ Annual General Meeting Minutes, Directors Report, ensuring 100% Secretarial compliance.  Advising on good governance practices and compliance of Corporate Governance norms Compliance of Company related laws as applicable to the company. Responsible for drafting, review and vetting of all legal agreements of the organization related to Vendor agreement, NDAs, Client agreements, lease deeds etc. Assisting in drafting legal contracts and commercial agreements and ensure that contracts are in compliance with legal, regulatory and organizational policies. Any other compliance activities based on Regulatory requirements.   Qualifications Minimum 8-10 years’ experience in Legal and Secretarial Department. CS and LLB qualification is a must with good knowledge of Secretarial and legal matters Excellent Communication Skill Experience in Legal and Secretarial Department. Demonstrated initiative to visualize, organize, manage, complete projects in individual and group settings. Ability to interface with all levels of staff. Demonstrated ability to handle confidential information. Perform other related duties as assigned with a pro-active approach. Self-motivated behaviour (specifically in stressful situations).

  • Compliance
  • Drafting
  • Secretarial
  • Policy
  • Labour Law
  • communication

Legal Counsel

Corteva

Full time
  • 8+ years
  • Not Disclosed
  • Hyderabad, India
  • Post Date: Nov 11, 2021
  • End Date: Dec 11, 2021
  • 8+ years
  • Not Disclosed
  • Hyderabad, India
  • Post Date: Nov 11, 2021
  • End Date: Dec 11, 2021

As the Legal Counsel, you will be required to support Legal and Secretarial functions in the South Asia region. You will have complete understanding of local laws. You need to be a team player.   Responsibilities Provide analysis and counseling on legal, policy and compliance issues as needed in the daily operation of the business units in South Asia including India, Pakistan and Bangladesh, such as advising on new product launch, brand protection, intellectual property protection, alliances and collaborations, product distribution, marketing, outsourcing arrangements, , to ensure business goals are met in a way that complies with applicable laws and regulations. Support litigation in South Asia region. Represent the company before various authorities and regulators across India, especially before civil and criminal courts, dealing with various civil, criminal and IP matters. Domestic travel is expected for at least 10%-15% of your time to represent the company before various authorities and courts. Advise business units and functions on a broad range of business transactions to manage and mitigate potential legal risk, including: draft, review and analyze various contracts, build and/or improve agreement management process and/or templates for contract, develop and/or improve policies/guidelines/processes to meet local business needs and at the same time, comply with global practice. Oversee the entire corporate secretarial work for all the legal entities including in India, Pakistan and Bangladesh. Also, organize and conduct board meetings and shareholder meetings as needed, prepare and draft board meeting minutes and resolutions, maintain registers, work with local business team and outside counsel to file  returns and ensure compliances under the corporate laws including company law and foreign exchange laws. Act as a designated company secretary of legal entity. . Contribute as a member of cross functional teams in supporting business goals/initiatives. Proactively and on a continuous basis gain knowledge and provide guidance on new legislations impacting current and future business strategies and plans. Managing and liaison with external counsel which includes onboarding the law-firms, managing their online “Onit” invoicing and related administration of legal vendors. Provide periodic reports on litigation, corporate secretarial and other legal work areas.   Qualifications LL.B. (Law degree) from top tier university in India; CS is preferable 8- 10 years of post-qualification relevant legal experience obtained in large growth oriented multi-national company and/or top tier law firm (experience with a United States parent company is an advantage, but not essential); Strong oral and written communication skills; Must have independently worked on Corporate Secretarial matters. Must have independently handled civil and criminal matters involving variety of issues in a large organization or a law-firm. Experience with legal research, legal writing, investigation techniques, and HR law is preferred. A sound commercial and business orientation are essential.

  • Compliance
  • Legal Research
  • Writing
  • Litigation
  • Secretarial
  • Policy
  • Criminal Law
  • Intellectual Property (IP)
  • communication
  • Civil Law

Paralegal

Invesco

Full time
  • 1+ years
  • Not Disclosed
  • Hyderabad, India
  • Post Date: Nov 11, 2021
  • End Date: Dec 11, 2021
  • 1+ years
  • Not Disclosed
  • Hyderabad, India
  • Post Date: Nov 11, 2021
  • End Date: Dec 11, 2021

Work with the Invesco Legal Team to provide assistance with drafting, analyzing, reviewing and negotiating, as applicable, various technology agreements and other corporate and/or investments-related documents.   Responsibilities Partner with others on the Americas Legal Team on joint Paralegal projects and responsibilities. Assist with drafting, analyzing, reviewing and negotiating, as applicable, various technology agreements, including software licenses, SaaS/cloud agreements, vendor agreements, partner agreements, confidentiality and professional services agreements. Assist in the process of reviewing, drafting and summarizing corporate and/or investments-related documents, as well as preparing for board meetings.  Conduct research on historic fund trades, balance fund holdings and fill in reports for class action/bankruptcy litigation filings (Chapter 11) in the United States and other Invesco offices across the globe. Assist in the process of gathering and disclosing portfolio manager fund holdings and assets. Draft and file supplements to fund offering documents. Build out board books, agendas and post board materials for the fund boards in online repositories. Assist in a variety of Legal preparatory work, projects and related responsibilities. Assist the Legal Team with projects, as requested. Effectively find solutions to issues as they arise. Daily collaboration with overseas colleagues.   Qualification 1-3 years of legal work experience, preferably with a SaaS or another technology company and/or an investment advisor or mutual fund group in legal or other regulatory environment.  Understanding of technology contract practices and standards preferred. Working knowledge of back office operations and securities laws/regulations will be a plus. Good written and verbal communication skills Good interpersonal and strong analytical skills Strong attention to detail Shall be a good team player Shall be open to work flexible hours Proficiency in MS Office suite of applications Degree in Commerce/Finance/Legal required.

  • Drafting
  • MS Office
  • Litigation
  • Paralegal
  • Negotiations
  • Information Technology Law
  • communication

Legal Counsel

PayU

Full time
  • 3+ years
  • Not Disclosed
  • Gurugram, India
  • Post Date: Nov 11, 2021
  • End Date: Dec 11, 2021
  • 3+ years
  • Not Disclosed
  • Gurugram, India
  • Post Date: Nov 11, 2021
  • End Date: Dec 11, 2021

Responsibilities To support PayU’s growth plans in India for payments, credit and fintech opportunities, PayU is looking for a legal counsel with strong background of M&A, general corporate, fintech, technology or financing related legal work together with a possible background in payments, credit and/or other financial services. The ideal candidate will be an independent, result oriented, self-motivated individual who enjoys working in a fast paced, international, dynamic, and diverse environment. A law degree from a reputed law school in India is essential.   Qualifications Approximately 3 to 5 years of post-qualification experience. Initial background of working with a law firm on M&A, general corporate or financing legal work and associated due diligence will be a definite plus. Experience in Indian laws and regulations concerning one or more of banking, NBFCs, digital payments, financial services, fintech businesses, payment aggregation, prepaid payment instruments, bill payments, intellectual property and technology. Ability to work in a highly dynamic environment and collaborate with various internal and external stakeholders. Experience in working with B2B and B2C fintech companies, investment firms or other financial services will be viewed favourably. Ability to think through original new products, expansion into new market verticals and areas relating to innovative fintech and financial solutions. Experience in developing and implementing processes for efficient and streamlined operations surrounding contract negotiations and processes. The ability to provide time-sensitive support on a wide array of legal and regulatory issues in connection with all aspects of PayU's operations in India with the ability to conduct research and form views across different legislations and regulations governing various sectors in India. Strong drafting and communication (both written and oral) skills in English. Key personalities: Efficient, punctual, responsible, transparent, reliable and accountable. 

  • Drafting
  • Mergers & Acquisitions (M&A)
  • Banking Law
  • Contracts
  • Negotiations
  • communication
  • Finance
  • English

Junior Regional Counsel - Legal

Aditya Birla Group

Full time
  • 2+ years
  • Not Disclosed
  • Bengaluru, India
  • Post Date: Nov 11, 2021
  • End Date: Dec 11, 2021
  • 2+ years
  • Not Disclosed
  • Bengaluru, India
  • Post Date: Nov 11, 2021
  • End Date: Dec 11, 2021

Responsibilities To own and advise ABFRL business on mitigation of legal risks arising out of leasing of stores, franchisee management and Litigations for south region. To support regional counsel and their respective teams The role extends to pan India for entire ABFRL business. The laws/regulations whether relating to leasing, retail compliance, litigations, etc., vary from state to state that make the decision making process complex. Managing common legal regional teams to support businesses separately within the timelines that are often steep is also a challenge. Following are the operational challenges. Synergy in leasing and litigation processes between PT and MFL and ensure seamless support to both the businesses Resolve issues arising out of legal due diligence of properties proposed to be taken on leases that are escalated by regional legal counsel and play advisory service to cross-functional teams Review of legal risks arising out of Due diligence of properties conducted by external lawyers and recommend approval or rejection of property Negotiation of leases, CAM documents, Renewal of lease, etc Provide SOPs for driving higher % of Registration of leases or any leasing requirement Negotiation  of costs with lawyers Prosecute third party or defend MFL in all litgations pan India Advice on legal issues concerning the franchisee, landlords, etc., Initiate or defend legal action ( civil/criminal/labour/consumer). Resolution of cases of violation of legal and values-   Filing of police complaints, advice on the process for disciplinary inquiry, etc Work with external counsel on resolution of employee value violations cases Work with lawyers on strategizing actions to be taken in litigations  Conduct training programs for creating awareness and Publishing Monthly Leasing dash board Maintenance of database of leases of pan India on the legal portal for access to customers ( RBD, Finance, Brand Ops, etc)   Qualifications Any Graduate,Bachelor Of Law Experience: 2-4

  • Compliance
  • Due Diligence
  • Litigation
  • Negotiations
  • Labour Law
  • Criminal Law
  • Civil Law

Senior Associate

Cognizant

Full time
  • 3+ years
  • Not Disclosed
  • Bengaluru, India
  • Post Date: Nov 10, 2021
  • End Date: Dec 10, 2021
  • 3+ years
  • Not Disclosed
  • Bengaluru, India
  • Post Date: Nov 10, 2021
  • End Date: Dec 10, 2021

Responsibilities Experience in drafting, vetting and negotiating various legal contracts with customers and vendors. Identifying contractual, commercial and operational risks and exposures in the contracts; Providing inputs/mark-up on contracts to negate contractual, commercial and operational risks and exposures. Working with internal and external clients to structure, prepare, negotiate and finalize agreements, letters of intent, commercial proposals, etc. Participate in discussions with internal stakeholders, external counsels and advisors during the entire contracting process. Ability to provide business legal advice, with good critical thinking and creative problem-solving. Dynamism and proactive approach to work, with a pragmatic and pro-business view of legal issues. Exceptional interpersonal skills to effectively communicate and coordinate complex issues with diverse levels of management and employees.   Qualifications Law Degree from a leading university and/or law school. Sound knowledge of fundamental principles of contract and business law. Outstanding written and oral communication skills.

  • Drafting
  • Contracts
  • Negotiations
  • Commercial Law
  • communication
×