Train legal professionals in various regulatory, compliance, and policy-mapping issues, especially in the context of the financial services industry. The target audience for training consists of legal professionals with experience in document review and analysis for financial institutions, as well as project management, but little-to-no experience in analyzing internal financial institution policies, regulations, etc. Thomson Reuters will provide background, training and assessment materials, but the candidate will be expected to develop training materials, as well as assessment materials to determine success, and to serve as an internal escalation point for queries from Thomson Reuters colleagues. The candidate might also be required to interface with clients in the context of particular regulatory/policy-mapping projects.
The successful candidate would possess the following:
JD preferred, but not required
Understanding of regulatory compliance frameworks and how they impact global financial institutions
Intimate knowledge of banking taxonomy and structure, including of financial products and services, in the context of global regulatory and compliance regimes
Expertise in researching laws of unfamiliar jurisdictions - Searching, exploring and extracting information (both online and otherwise) pertaining to company laws, regulations and procedures of various countries
Ability to synthesize / “translate” complicated corporate procedures into easily understandable set of instructions/action items
Project management skill, enabling the management and tracking of a potentially large number of regulations, client policies, and deadlines, across multiple jurisdictions
Excellent communication and writing skills, including prior experience in client communication
High level of analytical & logical skills
This is a 3-month contract position, with potential for extension. Because this is a contractual role, contractors who accept the position will be hired through our contingent workforce management partner, TalentNet. Contractors will not be employees of Thomson Reuters and will receive a W-2.
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