Take ownership of the Corporate Governance aspects of this Project and come and join our dynamic Liquidation Projects team.
Seeking an experienced paralegal or junior corporate lawyer to provide key governance and legal inputs into the project and support to senior directors, business group heads and support divisions on a global project to liquidate/dissolve entities that are no longer required across the Americas Region, including but not limited to, the U.S., Canada, Cayman Islands. You will be the main corporate governance contact in the team and will take the lead on implementing the corporate governance/legal elements of the dissolution step plans. You will work in our Jacksonville, FL or New York City locations.
Your responsibilities will include:
- conducting due diligence on entities proposed for dissolution/liquidation
- supporting team members both in the FMG Liquidation Project Team and the local Governance team with regards to compiling, finalizing, and signing off on said due diligence
- drafting board resolutions and related dissolution documents
- working closely with key internal stakeholders (including Finance, Tax, Treasury, Compliance and Legal) as well as external advisers where necessary, to formulate and implement dissolution step plans
- managing, advising, and reporting on the dissolution of entities and assisting with the tracking of related cost savings
You will be driven and self-motivated and will have strong corporate governance knowledge and experience gained in a similar, faced paced environment. A bachelor’s degree and completion of ABA-approved paralegal program a plus while bringing 2yrs of paralegal experience focusing on corporate governance at in-house legal department and/or law firm. The Junior Lawyer will need a J.D. degree and license to practice in at least one jurisdiction in the U.S. is required. Prior experience focusing on corporate governance and entity administration at an in-house legal department and/or law firm. Your integrity and pragmatic approach to problems will be your strength along with the ability to communicate with people at all levels within our business. You are a team player, can multi-task and have a successful track record in a relevant corporate governance related role.
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