YOU AND YOUR TEAM:
You will join the International Legal Managed Services team based in Gdynia, London, New York and Eagan (MN). Within your role you will be responsible for drafting, reviewing, and negotiating financial documentation, including Master Agreements documentation for over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives. As an integral part of negotiation process, you will work side by side with relevant stakeholders, in order to ensure that terms of the agreements are within financial and legal guidelines, and the documents are executed in a timely manner. Moreover, you will be responsible for making sure that completed Master Agreements comply with netting, collateral and diligence opinions from various jurisdictions.
IMPORTANCE OF ROLE:
In the wake of the global financial crisis, OTC derivatives have been blamed for increasing systemic risk. With the ever-increasing regulatory landscape raising a lot of unanswered questions, our services help global financial institutions navigate through the maze by managing obligations for relationship and transactional documentation. Also, our team supports financial institutions in complying with approaching regulatory deadlines.
ESSENTIAL EXPERIENCE AND SKILLS.
DESIRED EXPERIENCE AND SKILLS
CORE DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
DURING THE FIRST WEEKS AT WORK:
You will undergo an intensive onboarding training and attend sessions that will prepare you to perform your daily tasks efficiently and accurately.
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