The Legal Manager is a key member of the Legal team, and should be a bright, energetic, business-minded and self-motivated transactional attorney with 2-5 years of general corporate and transactional experience. In this position, the successful candidate will interact with senior executives and business team leaders on a regular basis. Depending on who the successful is, the role may be placed in either Cork or London.

  • Competitve Base Salary + Disctretionary Bonus + Complete Set of Benefits
  • London, England, United Kingdom
  • Permanent, Full time
  • Alter Domus
  • 2018-12-03

Legal Manager - Loan Services

Reporting directly to the General Counsel at Alter Domus, this individual will:

  • Negotiate, review and draft a wide variety of transactional agreements, including client contracts, vendor contracts, licensing agreements, and confidentiality agreements;
  • Provide legal counsel to business partners on a wide range of business and client issues;
  • Assist the General Counsel in ensuring the company’s compliance with all applicable laws and regulations necessary for the conduct of the company’s global business;
  • Assist the General Counsel in ensuring corporate policies and procedures are met and designed to mitigate legal risk;
  • Work closely with the internal audit team to ensure audit items are cleared and the company is in legal and business compliance with the maintenance of company records;
  • Conduct training for business personnel regarding legal and risk items, such as KYC policies, legal risks in client contracts and other necessary training; and
  • Work closely with, direct and manage outside counsel as required.

Your Profile:

  • At least 2 to 5 years relevant post-qualification experience in a leading City law firm; previous in-house experience would be an advantage;
  • Strong background in corporate and commercial law;
  • Familiarity with private syndicated loans, securitization, secured transaction or an understanding of fund administration will be an advantage;
  • Excellent verbal communication and drafting skills;
  • Excellent legal risk awareness and ability to work collaboratively with the business to deliver pragmatic outcome-focussed solutions to legal issues, without compromising on Alter Domus’ policies, protection and values;
  • Ability to represent views clearly and succinctly, and to build relationships with stakeholders at all levels of the organisation;
  • Willingness and ability to develop expertise in new technical areas to consistently high standards;
  • Experience in any of the following areas would be beneficial, but is not essential: M&A, data protection and financial crime;
  • Working knowledge of French would be an asset.