Corporate/Counsel/In House/Charlotte, North Carolina

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Senior Counsel III
The candidate will provide expert legal and technical advice regarding statutes, regulations and regulatory guidance documents issued by bank regulatory agencies that pertain to U.S. corporate-level bank and bank holding company regulatory laws and associated regulations. Will serve in the Federal Reserve Regulations K, O, W and Y; National Bank Act powers and related OCC regulations; branching and other office establishment issues; federal preemption; regulatory capital and liquidity rules; bank anti-tying rules; and federal antitrust laws. Provide advice on regulatory and supervisory aspects of transactions; advice in connection with development of new or expanded products and services. Advice in connection with the development of policies, procedures, and training with regard to those laws and regulations, and associated topics, on which Section attorneys serve as subject matter experts. Provide advice and counsel to the corporate risk management function and to lines of business on corporate risk and compliance policies, the compliance risk management framework and related risk containment and mitigation efforts. Provide advice to business and staff units regarding appropriate interaction with regulatory agencies and frequently serve as lead company representative in such interactions, including in the area of examination policies and procedures. Actively participate in and coordinate interaction by other Department attorneys with various industry trade associations dealing with regulatory issues. Should have a Juris Doctorate degree. State Bar membership is required. Should have 5+ years of experience as a practicing attorney. Should have substantial experience in providing the type of advice, counsel and client advocacy to regulated financial institutions and their most senior business, risk and compliance executives.
Deadline: April 16, 2014

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