8 yrs required
New York City, NY, United States
Apr 26, 2021
Aug 09, 2021
Global Financial Crimes: Sanctions Counsel
The candidate will provide legal advice and support to business and compliance teams on issues related to sanctions, AML, and anti-corruption laws and regulations, including those promulgated by the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) / HM Treasury / United Nations Security Council / Council of the European Union, as well as anti-boycott regulations, export controls, USA PATRIOT Act, Bank Secrecy Act, U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), UK Bribery Act, etc. Will draft and negotiate contractual provisions pertaining to pertaining sanctions, AML, and anti-corruption across all business lines. Review and advise on transactional due diligence pertaining to sanctions, AML, and anti-corruption. Review, interpret and advise on relevant laws and industry best practices pertaining to sanctions, AML, and anti-corruption, with a specific focus on maintaining awareness of regulatory changes related to economic sanctions. Assist, and work with outside counsel as necessary, in representing the Firm before regulatory authorities in matters related to sanctions, AML, and anti-corruption legal issues. Assist the Sanctions Compliance team with OFAC filings and other regulatory submissions. Assist with responding to U.S. regulatory exams and other inquiries, and internal audits, including overseeing document productions. Develop content for and deliver specialized training to relevant internal audiences concerning sanctions, AML, and anti-corruption legal issues. Provide support for special projects arising from the administration of the GFC program. Liaise and coordinate within GFC and with key stakeholders across the Firm, including Legal, Compliance, Global Regulatory Relations, and Risk, to ensure appropriate execution of the Firm’s enterprise-wide financial crimes prevention program.
Job Number: 3172022