Position
Legal Counsel | Asset Servicing & Wealth Management


Recruiter
Selby Jennings


Location
Singapore


Salary
Competitive


Date
17 July 2017


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A well established Asset Servicing Firm is seeking an experienced Legal Counsel. This is an exciting chance to join a rapidly expanding financial company with a broad portfolio.

This is a high visibility role, reporting into the Head of APAC and working across APAC Regionally. It is legal position ideally suited to an ambitious, creative and highly motivated individual who wants to gain high exposure and career progression.

Responsibilities – Legal Counsel

Draft and negotiate agreements relating to Firm’s business

Handle legal matters relating to asset servicing, wealth and asset management

Assist in the implementation of strategies to ensure that legal and regulatory requirements are met

Setting up of new funds in HK and across APAC

Integrate risk frameworks in conjunction with regional, business and oversight initiatives and policies

Assist in corporate governance matters, including providing support to the regional company secretariat team

Skills and qualifications – Legal Counsel

Common law qualified lawyer or legal counsel, 6 years + PQE

Solid legal and regulatory knowledge in the asset servicing industry

Experience advising on legal issues arising from investment activities

A creative and problem-solving mind-set

We invite all Legal or related candidates who are interested in this Legal Counsel position to apply now by clicking the button below. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to call Sid for a confidential discussion.
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