Job Details

$100000 - $150000 per annum
Job Type
Eugena Gong
18 days ago
The Role and the Organisation:

Our client is one of the world's Top 10 bank with decades of operations in Australia. This is a critical role sitting in the Legal & Compliance (2nd LoD), looking after legal and regulatory compliance related matters for all branches, departments, products and 500+ staff in Australia.

  • Provide a broad range of corporate and transactional legal services to all business units and branches of the Bank.
  • Support front and back offices in areas such as Retail Banking, Corporate Banking, Structured Finance, Treasury, Trade Finance, Operations, IT, Human Resources and Corporate Services.
  • Draft, review and negotiate legal documentation involving loan agreements, confidentiality agreements, product disclosure statements, property matters, outsourcing agreements, derivatives agreements, and ancillary documents such as promotional and marketing materials.
  • Provide regulatory compliance support involving AFSL, ACL or FIRB requirements to other business units.
  • Attend to external enquiries from regulators, courts, enforcement agencies, industry bodies and professional firms or consultants.
  • Project management of regulatory changes in matters such as implementation of Banking Code of Practice, Open Banking, LIBOR changes and Modern Slavery Act.
  • Handle regulatory inquiries, dispute resolution and litigation matters with external legal support where appropriate.
  • Monitor regulatory changes and providing legal updates and advice to management and relevant business units.
  • Provide corporate governance or company secretariat supports such as drafting of policies, procedures and committee meeting minutes.
  • Liaise and report to Head Office on relevant legal matters and developments.

Skill Requirements:
  • 5 - 8 years of legal experience in one or more areas of practice including Banking and Finance, Corporate, Commercial, Derivatives and Property Law.
  • Ability to assist Senior Legal Manager to competently advise management and business units/branches on relevant legal issues.
  • Work independently with minimal supervision.
  • Excellent communication skills and commercial acumen.
  • Eligible to hold a NSW legal practicing certificate, and willingness to learn and advance legal knowledge.
  • Chinese written and spoken skills essential.

For further information on this role or to confidentially apply, please contact Eugena Gong on 02 8227 9200 or apply directly via the Apply for this job button. Only WORD FORMAT CVs will be accepted.