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Hot Jobs – March 2018
Company: Capitol One
Position: Director, Assistant General Counsel – Privacy and Financial Crime Protection
Location: McLean, VA
Description: The Assistant General Counsel will join the Capital One Legal Department’s growing Financial Integrity Team, which provides legal and regulatory advice regarding privacy, data security, and financial crime protection. Working closely with business, compliance, and risk partners, you will be a go-to resource across the enterprise. You will operate at the intersection of financial services and technology, and you will brainstorm, problem-solve, and innovate to assess and mitigate legal risk in a challenging and evolving space.
We are looking for an attorney who is collaborative, inquisitive, enthusiastic about technology, and exhibits grounded judgment in novel situations. You’ll need strong analytical and organizational skills, great judgment, and the ability to work effectively in a fast-paced environment with minimal supervision, large volumes of work, and complex legal issues that may arise suddenly. The successful candidate will be someone who enjoys being part of a team and can interact with and influence across departments and job levels.
- Provide timely, accurate and cost-effective legal advice
- Review and analyze new products and services
- Brief executives on risks, concerns, risk mitigation strategies, and resource prioritization decisions
- Analyze and interpret complex proposed laws and regulations impacting business units and assist in devising strategies that limit risk while meeting business goals and objectives
- Provide information about trends and issues
- Provide legal support in anticipation of and during supervisory exams and audits, including drafting or reviewing responses as necessary
- Engage with industry trade associations to ensure Capital One’s concerns and priorities are reflected in association efforts
The successful candidate will have the following strengths:
- Knowledge about applicable federal and state laws, including familiarity with administrative law; Understanding of a wide variety of technology areas
- Ability to identify risks and offer solutions to novel legal issues; Excellent organizational skills, ability to manage multiple projects at once, and follow through and meet deadline; Ability to provide innovative and well-grounded advice, balancing regulatory risks and business needs, particularly in situations where the law is unclear
- Effective oral and written communication skills; Consensus builder; Ability to create friendly and collaborative working relationships; A good sense of humor is a plus!
- Enthusiasm to raise the bar and improve experiences with teammates and stakeholders; An ownership mentality — wants to add value outside of the day-to-day expectations of the role
- Can demonstrate sound judgment even in novel situations, and can understand business goals in a way that helps evaluate risk effectively and provide practical legal advice; Ability to think strategically and give practical advice appropriately balancing legal, pragmatic and business-focused objectives
- At least 5 years of legal experience
- Juris Doctor and membership in good standing in at least one state bar
- 7 years of legal experience
- Previous government or in-house experience is a plus
- Enthusiasm for legal issues involving technology
Company: Capitol One
Position: Director, Assistant General Counsel – Regulatory Advisory
Location: Vienna, VA
Description: Capital One is seeking a financial services regulatory attorney to join its Legal Department. In this role, you would analyze prudential laws and regulations applicable to bank holding companies and national banks, advise the company regarding the impact of proposed and new regulations, interact with regulators, and work with associates across multiple functional areas throughout the company. This candidate should demonstrate substantive expertise in federal financial regulation, have the ability to work in teams or independently, and have excellent communication skills. This position reports to the Senior Director, Associate General Counsel responsible for corporate regulatory matters.
- Provides timely, accurate and cost-effective legal advice on a wide array of federal bank regulatory statutes and regulations, including the Bank Holding Company Act, the National Bank Act, and the Dodd-Frank Act governing the company’s businesses and operations, with focus on safety and soundness provisions applicable to banks and bank holding companies
- Partners with transactional and business teams to assess corporate regulatory issues in connection with proposed new products and services, as well as corporate acquisitions and investments
- Coordinates with colleagues in the Legal Department and Policy Affairs Group to analyze legislation and proposed regulations and to develop and advance advocacy strategies, including drafting background documents and comment letters
- Engages with industry trade associations to ensure Capital One’s priorities are reflected in trade association efforts
- Supports Compliance Department and Business Risk Offices in implementing new rules
- Briefs executives on strategies and status of efforts on significant workstreams
- Provides legal support for corporate-wide special projects, such as internal reorganizations
- Engages and manages outside counsel
- Juris Doctorate and member in good standing of at least one state bar.
- At least 6 years of experience in a law firm, in-house legal department, or federal regulatory agency OR At least 6 years of combined experience in a law firm, in-house legal department and federal regulatory agency.
- Strong analytical skills and ability to interpret legislation and regulations.
- Ability to handle multiple tasks, take on new responsibilities, and prioritize work to meet deadlines.
- Strong writing and communication skills to deal with internal and external parties, including ability to communicate persuasively orally and in writing.
- Ability to work effectively both in teams and independently.
Company: McGuireWoods LLP
Position: Private Equity and Corporate Transactional Associate
Location: Charlotte, NC
Description: The Charlotte office of McGuireWoods seeks an associate to join its Private Equity and Corporate Transactional practice. Qualified candidates will have 4 – 6 years of general corporate experience with mergers and acquisitions, private equity and general commercial transactions, preferably within a sophisticated law firm environment. Candidates should also possess the ability to interact with and advise business clientele and lead deal teams on transactions from inception through closing. Please submit cover letter, resume and transcript. Disclaimer: Search firms with a current preferred agreement in place with McGuireWoods LLP may submit resumes directly to Recruiting Manager. All other unsolicited submissions by search firms will be deemed not accepted.
Contact: Tamara Fairhurst, Attorney Recruiting Manager
Qualifications: Qualified candidates will have 4 – 6 years of general corporate experience with mergers and acquisitions, private equity and general commercial transactions, preferably within a sophisticated law firm environment.
Company: New York Life Insurance Company
Position: Corporate Vice President, Advanced Planning – Korean Market (Remote)
Location: This is a remote position which can be located anywhere in the U.S.
- Support Agents with complex financial planning solutions in the areas of Non-US Citizen and dual domiciled estate planning, estate and gift tax planning, executive benefits, business succession, charitable planning, income taxation, and retirement planning
- Conduct ongoing Agent development sessions and study groups in key assigned areas to increase Agent knowledge and case flow in the Affluent and Advanced markets
- Conduct ongoing prospecting and sales activities such as client educational seminars, prospecting workshops and events, Center of Influence and advisor meetings, as well as present at national and regional sponsored events with business leaders in the Korean Community
- Conduct individual client and prospect meetings with Agents and other advisors as requested and as scheduled in assigned territory visits
- Work with Agents and with other Advanced and Investment areas to assist agents in preparing for client presentations and with case development and preparation
- Fluent with Korean Language
- JD Degree required/and or equivalent business experience in Advanced Planning, MSFS, CFP, or other advanced financial planning education highly desired
- Minimum of 7+ years relevant experience
- Life Insurance License
- Series 6 & 63, Series 7 highly desired
- 50-100% travel
- In depth knowledge of complex financial planning solutions in the areas of Non-US Citizen and dual domiciled estate planning, estate and gift tax planning, executive benefits, business succession, charitable planning, income taxation, and retirement planning
- Solid knowledge and experience in the Affluent and Advanced markets, industry and competitive knowledge
- Understanding of consultative approach in working with Affluent clients and of Advisor relationship building process
- Ability to work with multiple advisors and internal areas, conduct research as needed, and act as a consultant to the agent