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We Offer Perform, monitor and co-ordinate corporate secretarial duties, governance issues and related matters in respect of Credit Suisse entities in APAC including organization and holding of annual general meetings, regular and ad-hoc board of directors' meetings and attendance to ancillary matters, preparation of board and shareholders' resolutions, prepare and review documentation for compliance of statutory and regulatory requirements, attending to requests and matters generally in relation to corporate structure, authorizations, corporate legal and governance matters originated from offices in APAC as well as in other regions.
Advise senior management on general corporate and governance issues relating to APAC. Recommend, maintain and co-ordinate for implementation of good corporate governance practice in Asia Pacific region. Maintain and rationalize the corporate structure of Credit Suisse in APAC.
Provide legal advisory support to Credit Suisse's operations including its subsidiaries and joint ventures in APAC over a wide range of corporate legal matters as well as treasury activities including capital injections, declaration of dividends and intra-group loans, real estate, consultancy, commercial and general contracts etc.
Participate in global and regional projects and liaising/coordinating with partners within Credit Suisse and outside service providers. Work closely with other regions and departments on global enquiries and regulatory reporting.
Work with other partners in establishment of new entities and closure of dormant entities in APAC.
Act as anchor person and regional coordinator for APAC in respect of corporate secretarial, corporate governance and related matters generally.
Represent APAC and act as the channel in taking care of Zurich head office and other regional offices in respect of corporate secretarial, corporate governance and other matters relating to the firm in general.
Work closely with local country COOs of APAC jurisdictions in matters/projects involving corporate secretarial function and corporate governance matters.
Participate and assist in the organization of Chief Corporate Secretary practice group functions and activities of the firm.
Maintain and update corporate information of APAC entities stored in EnterpriseD database and coordinate quarterly certification of corporate information by entity sponsors.
Maintain and develop the corporate governance framework for Credit Suisse entities in APAC, based on group guidelines where applicable, and work together with General Counsel Division and other support functions to handle the implementation and operation of the framework.
Promote corporate governance awareness within the Firm in APAC.
Represent APAC in the firm's initiatives in APAC from time to time on ad hoc basis.
Work closely with internal partners of Credit Suisse as well as the Corporate Secretary and representatives of other functions of the PRC joint ventures of Credit Suisse on corporate secretarial, corporate governance and compliance matters of the joint venture.
Provide training to senior management and board members on their duties, responsibilities and liabilities as well as corporate functions such as General Counsel Division, Finance and Treasury Teams on general commercial and companies laws.
Liaise and coordinate with external counsel and service providers in relation to corporate secretarial and related matters.
Supervise the work of the corporate secretarial staff in Hong Kong and BDC offices.
You have professional qualification of a senior qualified lawyer.
Your deep knowledge of corporate and commercial laws and prior working experience as corporate secretary in a multinational environment is preferred.
You have strong communication skills in both English and Chinese (including Mandarin and able to read and write Chinese simplified characters).
Your experience in supervising a small team is preferred.
Your experience in handling legal and compliance matters in financial institutions is preferred.
You have a mature personality with confidence to communicate effectively with senior management.
You have excellent drafting and legal interpretation skills.
You have effective interpersonal and coordination skills
You should be pro-active, possess initiative to drive projects and matters forward to resolution, able to work autonomously, prioritize and manage time effectively
You are a perceptive individual capable of thinking laterally and challenging conventional wisdom.
You are resourceful, flexible and responsive in dealing with people and changes.
You are a team-player with a strong sense of responsibility, taking pride in integrity and dedication to quality.
You have good communication, facilitation and presentation skills.
Ability to work under pressure and independently.
Control conscious and ability to stand behind difficult decisions.