Policy Counsel-Regulatory Board <L4>

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Job Description: 

Counsel required for a Regulatory Board responsible for working on policy initiatives relating to the development, drafting, review and approval of new and revised Dealer Member regulations and guidance, and participates in the other operational and day-to-day work of Member Regulation Policy. Responsibilities include having to develop and draft new and revised Dealer Member regulations and guidance, working in collaboration with other internal staff and external stakeholders as required. Responsible for the review and approval process of proposed Dealer Member regulation policy initiatives. Provide support to internal advisory committees by preparing meeting materials in consultation with the applicable committee chair and presenting policy initiatives to the committees. Support and represent internal externally, provide interpretation of Dealer Member rules, and conduct presentations to others (e.g., other regulatory staff, Dealer Members and other applicable stakeholders) on various matters of interest to the investment industry. Ideal candidate must possess a Law Degree (LL.B. or J.D.). Must be a member in good standing, of a Bar in one or more Canadian Jurisdictions. Must possess a minimum of 3 years of experience practicing law in either private practice or as in-house counsel. Successful completion of one or more of the Canadian Securities Course, the Conduct and Practices Handbook Course, the Partners, Directors and Senior Officers Course, and the Chief Compliance Officers Qualifying Exam would be an asset. Project and/or transaction experience would be an asset. Must be able to multi-task and prioritize competing matters. Must possess excellent oral and written communication skills, including legal research and drafting skills. Those interested in this position please email jobs@marberg.com and put “Policy Counsel-Regulatory Board” in the subject line.

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Date updated: 
Wednesday, May 10, 2017