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Providing general legal support and advice to the Bank's business units, as well as its middle and back office functions and on all aspects of the Bank's business, operations, products & service offerings.
Supporting the legal functions of the bank, including but not limited to drafting, reviewing, negotiating and advising on a wide variety of commercial agreements, documentation and correspondence to be entered into or issued by the Bank, such as without limitation outsourcing agreements (including where appropriate ensuring compliance with the outsourcing guidelines), service agreements, engagement letters for tax and audit services, tenancy agreements, account opening documentation, recruiter terms of business and master and service level IT contracts.
Rendering transactional legal support and advice to the Bank's Investment Banking department, including drafting, reviewing and negotiating client engagement letters, non-disclosure agreements, memorandums of understanding, fee-sharing agreements and other related transaction documents, and in this connection liaising with external legal counsel (as required).
Advising on and coordinating (with assistance of external counsel, where appropriate or necessary) all legal and regulatory matters in connection with the Bank, including the Bank's branch offices in other locations in Asia Pacific, including reviewing and negotiating all agreements to be entered into by the branch offices
Analyzing and advising on relevant consultation papers and other regulatory instruments issued by the MAS and/or SGX, and in this connection collating feedback from affected business units and MBO functions for submission to the appropriate regulatory authority.
Identifying legal issues and risks associated with the introduction of new legal and regulatory developments in Singapore and rendering timely legal advice to the affected department.
Reviewing and revising legal documentation to comply with existing and / or new legal and regulatory requirements.
Performing corporate secretarial duties for the Bank and its related company in Singapore, including:
oDrafting directors' and shareholders' resolutions and the taking of Board meeting minutes;
oConvening, organizing and facilitating directors' meetings and shareholders' meetings;
oPreparing notices, meeting agendas and board meeting materials; and
oUpdating, maintaining and managing the Bank's corporate secretarial records.
Managing, instructing and liaising with external legal counsel and corporate secretarial service providers, and in this connection minimizing the Bank's legal costs on such matters.
Managing court orders (e.g. Mareva injunctions) received by the Bank or written requests made by the Commercial Affairs Department, the Singapore Police Force and the Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau of Singapore.
Singapore qualified lawyer with LLB from a recognised university
At least 5+ PQE gained in a Singapore law firm and in-house financial services / banking industry
Experience in corporate secretarial work, investment banking or mergers & acquisitions
Able to work independently, a good team player with good interpersonal skills
Internal Number: 6087650
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