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    • permanent
    • full-time
    about the company. Our client is a Listed Chinese MNC Commodities Trading firm and due to the needs of the business, they're looking for a new headcount for Legal Counsel - individual contributor. about the jobResponsible for the legal affairs, legal services and compliance issues of the CompanyFormulating and perfecting the rules and regulations of the Company;Advised on physical and financial trading matters, shipping and other logistics, trade finance, day-to-day operational issues and disputes, and related regulatory matters;Drafting and reviewing commercial agreements, in particular, commodity sale and purchase agreements, off-take agreements, charterparties, warehousing and freight forwarding agreements, brokerage agreements and ISDAs.Worked with local and colleagues from China, including the Group Legal function, trading and operations teams, as well as the other functional teams such as Tax, Treasury, Compliance, Governance and Risk, Finance and Insurance.Providing legal services for investment projects, including legal due diligence and negotiations;Handling the settlement of any actual or potential dispute, either by reconciliation, litigation or arbitration to protect the legitimate rights and interests of the Company;Developing and implementing compliance procedures, and handling legal compliance issues;Organising and training the employees of the Company on common legal knowledge;skills and experience requiredMinimally 5-7 post qualification experience (PQE) in large-scale international trade enterprises or reputable law firmsLegal professional qualification in SingaporeAble to work independently and as a teamStrong interpersonal and communication skillsStrong articulation skillsFamiliarity with international trade of commodities, shipping business, maritime law, legal compliance etc.Able to converse in Mandarin is an advantage (as you will be liaising with China-based colleagues) but not mandatory. To apply online please use the 'apply' function, alternatively you may contact Stella He at 92326504. (EA: 94C3609/ R1987043)
    about the company. Our client is a Listed Chinese MNC Commodities Trading firm and due to the needs of the business, they're looking for a new headcount for Legal Counsel - individual contributor. about the jobResponsible for the legal affairs, legal services and compliance issues of the CompanyFormulating and perfecting the rules and regulations of the Company;Advised on physical and financial trading matters, shipping and other logistics, trade finance, day-to-day operational issues and disputes, and related regulatory matters;Drafting and reviewing commercial agreements, in particular, commodity sale and purchase agreements, off-take agreements, charterparties, warehousing and freight forwarding agreements, brokerage agreements and ISDAs.Worked with local and colleagues from China, including the Group Legal function, trading and operations teams, as well as the other functional teams such as Tax, Treasury, Compliance, Governance and Risk, Finance and Insurance.Providing legal services for investment projects, including legal due diligence and negotiations;Handling the settlement of any actual or potential dispute, either by reconciliation, litigation or arbitration to protect the legitimate rights and interests of the Company;Developing and implementing compliance procedures, and handling legal compliance issues;Organising and training the employees of the Company on common legal knowledge;skills and experience requiredMinimally 5-7 post qualification experience (PQE) in large-scale international trade enterprises or reputable law firmsLegal professional qualification in SingaporeAble to work independently and as a teamStrong interpersonal and communication skillsStrong articulation skillsFamiliarity with international trade of commodities, shipping business, maritime law, legal compliance etc.Able to converse in Mandarin is an advantage (as you will be liaising with China-based colleagues) but not mandatory. To apply online please use the 'apply' function, alternatively you may contact Stella He at 92326504. (EA: 94C3609/ R1987043)
    • permanent
    • S$10,000 - S$16,000 per month
    • full-time
    about the company. Award-winning media content platform with global existence. about the jobMain job scope entails leading the legal and digital content licensing, channel distribution and affiliate partnerships globally and managing a wide range of commercial agreements included but not limited to content licensing, sponsorship, sales and marketing, partnership and distribution agreements. Assisting in handling complex and multi-territory global deals and supporting the branding teams across Asia as well as participating in development projects in order to facilitate strategic business decisions. It is also part of the job scope to manage and provide internal training on compliance related matters, including but not limited to data privacy, anti-bribery and anti-trust. Moreover, creating and updating contract templates and maintaining the corporate secretarial filing system. Assisting on matters related to intellectual property such as trademark infringements and conducting research and updates on governing laws and regulations. skills and experience requiredDegree in Law and admitted to practice in Singapore or any common law jurisdiction with at least 4-6 PQE, 1-2 years of experience working as an in-house counsel, preferably in the media/content marketing environment. Familiarity with regulations governing media law and content licensing. Possess excellent negotiation skills, with strong business acumen and leadership skills. To apply online please use the 'apply' function. (EA: 94C3609/ <R2090612> )
    about the company. Award-winning media content platform with global existence. about the jobMain job scope entails leading the legal and digital content licensing, channel distribution and affiliate partnerships globally and managing a wide range of commercial agreements included but not limited to content licensing, sponsorship, sales and marketing, partnership and distribution agreements. Assisting in handling complex and multi-territory global deals and supporting the branding teams across Asia as well as participating in development projects in order to facilitate strategic business decisions. It is also part of the job scope to manage and provide internal training on compliance related matters, including but not limited to data privacy, anti-bribery and anti-trust. Moreover, creating and updating contract templates and maintaining the corporate secretarial filing system. Assisting on matters related to intellectual property such as trademark infringements and conducting research and updates on governing laws and regulations. skills and experience requiredDegree in Law and admitted to practice in Singapore or any common law jurisdiction with at least 4-6 PQE, 1-2 years of experience working as an in-house counsel, preferably in the media/content marketing environment. Familiarity with regulations governing media law and content licensing. Possess excellent negotiation skills, with strong business acumen and leadership skills. To apply online please use the 'apply' function. (EA: 94C3609/ <R2090612> )
    • permanent
    • S$8,000 - S$12,000 per month
    • full-time
    about the company. A well-established company in the retail space is looking to hire a Global Data Protection Officer to manage the personal data to ensure smooth transition of business. about the jobAs the Data Protection Officer, you are responsible for conducting regular assessment to ensure GDPR compliance, and also providing necessary training to the employees. Also serving as the middle man in between company and relevant authorities as well as maintaining records of all data processing activities conducted by the company. Serving as the point of contact between the company and the relevant supervisory authority and working closely with the business stakeholders and updating the management regarding personal data protection developments and the relevant risks and impact. You are also expected to manage incident response in the event of data breach. skills and experience requiredPossessing at least a Bachelor Degree in Law or equivalent, you have minimally 2 years of experience in handling data protection and compliance works. You have high analytical skills and are a good team player. CIPP qualification is desirable but not a must. To apply online please use the 'apply' function. (EA: 94C3609/ <R2090612> )
    about the company. A well-established company in the retail space is looking to hire a Global Data Protection Officer to manage the personal data to ensure smooth transition of business. about the jobAs the Data Protection Officer, you are responsible for conducting regular assessment to ensure GDPR compliance, and also providing necessary training to the employees. Also serving as the middle man in between company and relevant authorities as well as maintaining records of all data processing activities conducted by the company. Serving as the point of contact between the company and the relevant supervisory authority and working closely with the business stakeholders and updating the management regarding personal data protection developments and the relevant risks and impact. You are also expected to manage incident response in the event of data breach. skills and experience requiredPossessing at least a Bachelor Degree in Law or equivalent, you have minimally 2 years of experience in handling data protection and compliance works. You have high analytical skills and are a good team player. CIPP qualification is desirable but not a must. To apply online please use the 'apply' function. (EA: 94C3609/ <R2090612> )
    • permanent
    • S$12,000 - S$18,000 per month
    • full-time
    about the company. Our client, one of the market leaders in the commodity industries with global existence, is looking to hire the first Regional Compliance Manager (Sanctions) to manage the AML and sanctions matters for the Asia and some Europe regions. about the jobImplement, manage and support the AML & Sanction program across Asia countries including Malaysia, Singapore and Dubai and also support the due diligence systems for sanctions and data protection. Also, implement the policies and procedures, as well as assist in developing strategies to drive the global culture of compliance.Following up closely on international regulations related to Sanctions and Data Protection and identifying and mitigation of risks as necessary. Also support the commercial team during negotiations of contracts in relation to sanctions matters. Working closely with the external lawyers and internal stakeholders, participating in Board meetings to provide advice on the mitigation of legal and sanction risks. skills and experience requiredPossess at least a Degree or Masters in Legal, Economics, Technology or Accounting. Min 6-8 years of experience in handling sanctions or anti-money laundering matters, meticulous and strong business acumen skills. To apply online please use the 'apply' function. (EA: 94C3609/ <R2090612> )
    about the company. Our client, one of the market leaders in the commodity industries with global existence, is looking to hire the first Regional Compliance Manager (Sanctions) to manage the AML and sanctions matters for the Asia and some Europe regions. about the jobImplement, manage and support the AML & Sanction program across Asia countries including Malaysia, Singapore and Dubai and also support the due diligence systems for sanctions and data protection. Also, implement the policies and procedures, as well as assist in developing strategies to drive the global culture of compliance.Following up closely on international regulations related to Sanctions and Data Protection and identifying and mitigation of risks as necessary. Also support the commercial team during negotiations of contracts in relation to sanctions matters. Working closely with the external lawyers and internal stakeholders, participating in Board meetings to provide advice on the mitigation of legal and sanction risks. skills and experience requiredPossess at least a Degree or Masters in Legal, Economics, Technology or Accounting. Min 6-8 years of experience in handling sanctions or anti-money laundering matters, meticulous and strong business acumen skills. To apply online please use the 'apply' function. (EA: 94C3609/ <R2090612> )
    • permanent
    • full-time
    about the company. Our client is an international bank with a solid track record. They are looking for Senior Legal Counsel to help manage and advise the business on Capital Markets transactions. about the jobYour scope of duties include:Working closely with the business on Capital Markets transactions including Treasury, Securities Borrowing and Lending, custody, execution, direct market accessReviewing and facilitating in the structuring, drafting and negotiation of legal documentation and managing the documentation processAdvising and interacting with relevant internal stakeholders and external counselsManagement of legal risk in relation to financing transactions and mattersParticipating in multi-jurisdictional or transversal projects where necessary skills and experience requiredSingapore-qualified lawyer with minimum 8 years of legal experience in in capital market products with a top tier legal practice in Singapore or in-house at a capital markets service provider or prime brokerStrong stakeholder management and interpersonal skillsIndependent and self-motivated To apply online please use the 'apply' function, alternatively you may contact <Daniella Koh> at <98237297>. (EA: 94C3609/ <R1655148>)
    about the company. Our client is an international bank with a solid track record. They are looking for Senior Legal Counsel to help manage and advise the business on Capital Markets transactions. about the jobYour scope of duties include:Working closely with the business on Capital Markets transactions including Treasury, Securities Borrowing and Lending, custody, execution, direct market accessReviewing and facilitating in the structuring, drafting and negotiation of legal documentation and managing the documentation processAdvising and interacting with relevant internal stakeholders and external counselsManagement of legal risk in relation to financing transactions and mattersParticipating in multi-jurisdictional or transversal projects where necessary skills and experience requiredSingapore-qualified lawyer with minimum 8 years of legal experience in in capital market products with a top tier legal practice in Singapore or in-house at a capital markets service provider or prime brokerStrong stakeholder management and interpersonal skillsIndependent and self-motivated To apply online please use the 'apply' function, alternatively you may contact <Daniella Koh> at <98237297>. (EA: 94C3609/ <R1655148>)
    • permanent
    • S$11,000 - S$15,000 per month
    • full-time
    about the company. My client is a Listed SGX company focuses on technology solutions to serve the learning and educational industry. about the job As the Senior Legal Counsel, you are expected to provide legal support and advice to the management. You need to ensure compliance with the internal controls, statutory regulations and other formalities.Drafting of all legal contracts or agreements, assisting and advising on matters related to mergers and acquisitions or capital markets. It is also important to handle risks in business processes and decision making.Moreover, you are required to advise on listing compliance issues, for instance, initial and secondary public offerings, private placements, bonus issues, and rights issues of listed ordinary and preference shares, high-yield and convertible bonds, warrants, and perpetual capital securities.Also, it is also part of the duty to keep up with changes in relevant areas of laws, liaising with external counsels on specific areas of law and also giving training to internal stakeholders when appropriate. skills and experience requiredYou are called to Singapore Bar or any common law jurisdiction with at least 5 - 6 years of PQE handling corporate matters. Candidates with experience handling Mergers & Acquisitions / Capital Markets / Corporate Finance and/or from listed companies who are familiar with offerings and bonds are highly preferred. Mandarin written and spoken skills are advantageous but not necessary in order to liaise with Chinese stakeholders. To apply online please use the 'apply' function. (EA: 94C3609/ <R2090612> )
    about the company. My client is a Listed SGX company focuses on technology solutions to serve the learning and educational industry. about the job As the Senior Legal Counsel, you are expected to provide legal support and advice to the management. You need to ensure compliance with the internal controls, statutory regulations and other formalities.Drafting of all legal contracts or agreements, assisting and advising on matters related to mergers and acquisitions or capital markets. It is also important to handle risks in business processes and decision making.Moreover, you are required to advise on listing compliance issues, for instance, initial and secondary public offerings, private placements, bonus issues, and rights issues of listed ordinary and preference shares, high-yield and convertible bonds, warrants, and perpetual capital securities.Also, it is also part of the duty to keep up with changes in relevant areas of laws, liaising with external counsels on specific areas of law and also giving training to internal stakeholders when appropriate. skills and experience requiredYou are called to Singapore Bar or any common law jurisdiction with at least 5 - 6 years of PQE handling corporate matters. Candidates with experience handling Mergers & Acquisitions / Capital Markets / Corporate Finance and/or from listed companies who are familiar with offerings and bonds are highly preferred. Mandarin written and spoken skills are advantageous but not necessary in order to liaise with Chinese stakeholders. To apply online please use the 'apply' function. (EA: 94C3609/ <R2090612> )
    • permanent
    • S$4,000 - S$7,000 per month
    • full-time
    about the company. Our client is an European headquartered multinational law firm specialises in a wide range of legal services including banking, real estate, intellectual property, corporate and dispute and etc. about the job As the Legal secretary directly supporting the Partner, and other legal associates in the team, you are required to handle a range of duties, including transcribe and proofread of legal documents, preparing court statements and forms, collecting and delivering documents, managing the diaries and making travel arrangments. Moreover, you may also assist in filing, organizing, scanning, copy and faxing legal documents in a timely manner and help to schedule court depositions, hearings, and other meetings. skills and experience required Possessing at least a Secretarial Certificate, or a Diploma in any subjects, you have at least 3 years of experience working as a legal secretary in local or international law firms. You are someone who is able to effectively prioritise and meet deadlines, possessing excellent organisational and problem solving skills, and familiar with online research tools. Candidates with experience working in the real estate or conveyancing teams would be highly preferred but not mandatory. To apply online please use the 'apply' function. (EA: 94C3609/ <R2090612> )
    about the company. Our client is an European headquartered multinational law firm specialises in a wide range of legal services including banking, real estate, intellectual property, corporate and dispute and etc. about the job As the Legal secretary directly supporting the Partner, and other legal associates in the team, you are required to handle a range of duties, including transcribe and proofread of legal documents, preparing court statements and forms, collecting and delivering documents, managing the diaries and making travel arrangments. Moreover, you may also assist in filing, organizing, scanning, copy and faxing legal documents in a timely manner and help to schedule court depositions, hearings, and other meetings. skills and experience required Possessing at least a Secretarial Certificate, or a Diploma in any subjects, you have at least 3 years of experience working as a legal secretary in local or international law firms. You are someone who is able to effectively prioritise and meet deadlines, possessing excellent organisational and problem solving skills, and familiar with online research tools. Candidates with experience working in the real estate or conveyancing teams would be highly preferred but not mandatory. To apply online please use the 'apply' function. (EA: 94C3609/ <R2090612> )
    • permanent
    • S$4,000 - S$7,000 per month
    • full-time
    about the company. My client, US headquartered healthcare products manufacturer is looking to hire a regional legal counsel to join the Global team. about the job The main job scope entails legal support function to the team including providing legal advice, managing compliance with the internal controls.You will be assisting in the drafting of all legal contracts or agreements, including corporate, commercial and marketing contracts, as well as the general counsel in managing other legal matters, including but not limited to mergers and acquisitions or capital markets.Moreover, you are also required to support the legal compliance function, overseeing the compliance matters such as anti-bribery, antitrust, data protection etc across various jurisdictions: Vietnam, Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand. skills and experience required You are called to Singapore Bar or any common law jurisdiction with at least 2 years of PQE handling corporate matters. Mandarin speaking is advantageous but not necessary in order to liaise with Chinese stakeholders. To apply online please use the 'apply' function. (EA: 94C3609/ <R2090612> )
    about the company. My client, US headquartered healthcare products manufacturer is looking to hire a regional legal counsel to join the Global team. about the job The main job scope entails legal support function to the team including providing legal advice, managing compliance with the internal controls.You will be assisting in the drafting of all legal contracts or agreements, including corporate, commercial and marketing contracts, as well as the general counsel in managing other legal matters, including but not limited to mergers and acquisitions or capital markets.Moreover, you are also required to support the legal compliance function, overseeing the compliance matters such as anti-bribery, antitrust, data protection etc across various jurisdictions: Vietnam, Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand. skills and experience required You are called to Singapore Bar or any common law jurisdiction with at least 2 years of PQE handling corporate matters. Mandarin speaking is advantageous but not necessary in order to liaise with Chinese stakeholders. To apply online please use the 'apply' function. (EA: 94C3609/ <R2090612> )
    • permanent
    • S$3,000 - S$5,500 per month
    • full-time
    about the company. US headquartered offshore law firm with its existence in Asia, Europe and the Americas is looking to expand the corporate secretarial team. about the jobYou will be supporting the manager in providing legal administrative support duties such as handling a wide range of corporate secretarial work which related to preparing and managing the correspondence, reports and documents. In addition, you will also be expected to provide advice on compliance requirements and ensure compliance of regulation, and reviewing and updating records of clients' compliance.You are also required to assist the manager in preparing bills and monitor administration of client matters. It is also part of the duties to handle and screen phone calls and visitors and ensure timely progression of workflow and high level services. In addition, providing assistance in KYC checks as well as data processing and proper documentation on top of any ad-hoc duties as assigned. skills and experience requiredPossessing at least a Diploma in Secretarial or other subjects, you have at least 1-2 years of experience working as a corporate secretary. Currently a member of ICSA or pursuing relevant courses. Candidates from service provider firms or private companies are both welcomed. You have high problem solving skills, excellent organisational skills and have good command of English. To apply online please use the 'apply' function. (EA: 94C3609/ <R2090612> )
    about the company. US headquartered offshore law firm with its existence in Asia, Europe and the Americas is looking to expand the corporate secretarial team. about the jobYou will be supporting the manager in providing legal administrative support duties such as handling a wide range of corporate secretarial work which related to preparing and managing the correspondence, reports and documents. In addition, you will also be expected to provide advice on compliance requirements and ensure compliance of regulation, and reviewing and updating records of clients' compliance.You are also required to assist the manager in preparing bills and monitor administration of client matters. It is also part of the duties to handle and screen phone calls and visitors and ensure timely progression of workflow and high level services. In addition, providing assistance in KYC checks as well as data processing and proper documentation on top of any ad-hoc duties as assigned. skills and experience requiredPossessing at least a Diploma in Secretarial or other subjects, you have at least 1-2 years of experience working as a corporate secretary. Currently a member of ICSA or pursuing relevant courses. Candidates from service provider firms or private companies are both welcomed. You have high problem solving skills, excellent organisational skills and have good command of English. To apply online please use the 'apply' function. (EA: 94C3609/ <R2090612> )
    • permanent
    • full-time
    about the company. Our client is a Global Digital Asset business on the hunt for a Legal Counsel to provide in-house advice and expertise as well as build the business from ground up. This role sits with the Global team and you can expect to work in a fast-paced, evolving environment that keeps challenging you. about the jobYour responsibilities will be to:Provide sound, coherent and commercially minded legal advice on all matters relating to the organisation’s day-to-day activitiesBuild strong regulatory relationships with MAS and other global regulatory bodies in championing the adoption of best industry standardsReview and provide recommendations on the legal aspects and considerations for the development and deployment of new products and services as well as any key business initiativesAdvise on the impact of laws, regulations and codes on current or proposed business activitiesskills and experience requiredQualified lawyer with a Bachelor of Law degreeMinimum 5 years of relevant experience in Legal roles within law firms or financial institutions, in a financial services regulatory or capital markets practiceExperience in a fintech or start-up environment will be an added advantageKnowledge of cryptocurrencies and blockchain technologies is advantageousAn entrepreneurial spirit that enjoys the start-up culture and thrives in a fast-paced demanding ecosystem To apply online please use the 'apply' function, alternatively you may contact <Daniella Koh> at <98237297>. (EA: 94C3609/ <R1655148>)
    about the company. Our client is a Global Digital Asset business on the hunt for a Legal Counsel to provide in-house advice and expertise as well as build the business from ground up. This role sits with the Global team and you can expect to work in a fast-paced, evolving environment that keeps challenging you. about the jobYour responsibilities will be to:Provide sound, coherent and commercially minded legal advice on all matters relating to the organisation’s day-to-day activitiesBuild strong regulatory relationships with MAS and other global regulatory bodies in championing the adoption of best industry standardsReview and provide recommendations on the legal aspects and considerations for the development and deployment of new products and services as well as any key business initiativesAdvise on the impact of laws, regulations and codes on current or proposed business activitiesskills and experience requiredQualified lawyer with a Bachelor of Law degreeMinimum 5 years of relevant experience in Legal roles within law firms or financial institutions, in a financial services regulatory or capital markets practiceExperience in a fintech or start-up environment will be an added advantageKnowledge of cryptocurrencies and blockchain technologies is advantageousAn entrepreneurial spirit that enjoys the start-up culture and thrives in a fast-paced demanding ecosystem To apply online please use the 'apply' function, alternatively you may contact <Daniella Koh> at <98237297>. (EA: 94C3609/ <R1655148>)
    • permanent
    • S$4,000 - S$6,500 per month
    • full-time
    about the company. My client, US headquartered healthcare products manufacturer is looking to hire a regional legal counsel to join the Global team. about the jobThe main job scope entails legal support function to the team including providing legal advice, managing compliance with the internal controls. You will be assisting in the drafting of all legal contracts or agreements, including corporate, commercial and marketing contracts, as well as the general counsel in managing other legal matters, including but not limited to mergers and acquisitions or capital markets. Moreover, you are also required to support the legal compliance function, overseeing the compliance matters such as anti-bribery, antitrust, data protection etc across various jurisdictions: Vietnam, Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand. skills and experience requiredYou are called to Singapore Bar or any common law jurisdiction with at least 2 years of PQE handling corporate matters. Mandarin speaking is advantageous but not necessary in order to liaise with Chinese stakeholders. To apply online please use the 'apply' function. (EA: 94C3609/ <R2090612> )
    about the company. My client, US headquartered healthcare products manufacturer is looking to hire a regional legal counsel to join the Global team. about the jobThe main job scope entails legal support function to the team including providing legal advice, managing compliance with the internal controls. You will be assisting in the drafting of all legal contracts or agreements, including corporate, commercial and marketing contracts, as well as the general counsel in managing other legal matters, including but not limited to mergers and acquisitions or capital markets. Moreover, you are also required to support the legal compliance function, overseeing the compliance matters such as anti-bribery, antitrust, data protection etc across various jurisdictions: Vietnam, Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand. skills and experience requiredYou are called to Singapore Bar or any common law jurisdiction with at least 2 years of PQE handling corporate matters. Mandarin speaking is advantageous but not necessary in order to liaise with Chinese stakeholders. To apply online please use the 'apply' function. (EA: 94C3609/ <R2090612> )
    • permanent
    • S$11,000 - S$16,000 per month
    • full-time
    about the company. Our client, global service provider of the medical devices is looking for a regional compliance manager to manage global compliance matters. about the jobReporting to the Head of Compliance, you are responsible for all compliance related matters including drafting, modifying and implementing the compliance policies and collaborating with other internal stakeholders such as HR, Audit and Finance to ensure and monitor enforcement of the standards and regulations across different regions including Japan, Taiwan, Australia and New Zealand. Besides, it is also important to evaluate the efficiency of controls and improving the system, and you will assist in develop strategies to drive the global culture of compliance. Day to day basis, you will conduct due diligence and managing compliance issues including anti-bribery and corruption, hence the familiarity with governing laws including FCPA is necessary. Furthermore, conducting investigations or inspections for compliance or ethic issues, as well as monitoring the conduct of employees through reviews and providing relevant trainings. skills and experience requiredPossess at least a Degree in Law, Business or Finance with at least 5-8 years of experience in managing regional portfolio. Familiar with compliance law and regulations with strong organisational and communication skills. Additional language skills such as Mandarin and Japanese are advantageous but not necessary in order to liaise with Chinese and Japanese stakeholders. To apply online please use the 'apply' function. (EA: 94C3609/ <R2090612> )
    about the company. Our client, global service provider of the medical devices is looking for a regional compliance manager to manage global compliance matters. about the jobReporting to the Head of Compliance, you are responsible for all compliance related matters including drafting, modifying and implementing the compliance policies and collaborating with other internal stakeholders such as HR, Audit and Finance to ensure and monitor enforcement of the standards and regulations across different regions including Japan, Taiwan, Australia and New Zealand. Besides, it is also important to evaluate the efficiency of controls and improving the system, and you will assist in develop strategies to drive the global culture of compliance. Day to day basis, you will conduct due diligence and managing compliance issues including anti-bribery and corruption, hence the familiarity with governing laws including FCPA is necessary. Furthermore, conducting investigations or inspections for compliance or ethic issues, as well as monitoring the conduct of employees through reviews and providing relevant trainings. skills and experience requiredPossess at least a Degree in Law, Business or Finance with at least 5-8 years of experience in managing regional portfolio. Familiar with compliance law and regulations with strong organisational and communication skills. Additional language skills such as Mandarin and Japanese are advantageous but not necessary in order to liaise with Chinese and Japanese stakeholders. To apply online please use the 'apply' function. (EA: 94C3609/ <R2090612> )
    • permanent
    • S$4,000 - S$7,000 per month
    • full-time
    about the company. Our client is an European headquartered multinational law firm specialises in a wide range of legal services including banking, real estate, intellectual property, corporate and dispute and etc. about the jobAs the Legal secretary directly supporting the Partner, and other legal associates in the team, you are required to handle a range of duties, including transcribe and proofread of legal documents, preparing court statements and forms, collecting and delivering documents, managing the diaries and making travel arrangments.Moreover, you may also assist in filing, organizing, scanning, copy and faxing legal documents in a timely manner and help to schedule court depositions, hearings, and other meetings. skills and experience requiredPossessing at least a Secretarial Certificate, or a Diploma in any subjects, you have at least 3 years of experience working as a legal secretary in local or international law firms. You are someone who is able to effectively prioritise and meet deadlines, possessing excellent organisational and problem solving skills, and familiar with online research tools. Candidates with experience working in the real estate or conveyancing teams would be highly preferred but not mandatory. To apply online please use the 'apply' function. (EA: 94C3609/ <R2090612> )
    about the company. Our client is an European headquartered multinational law firm specialises in a wide range of legal services including banking, real estate, intellectual property, corporate and dispute and etc. about the jobAs the Legal secretary directly supporting the Partner, and other legal associates in the team, you are required to handle a range of duties, including transcribe and proofread of legal documents, preparing court statements and forms, collecting and delivering documents, managing the diaries and making travel arrangments.Moreover, you may also assist in filing, organizing, scanning, copy and faxing legal documents in a timely manner and help to schedule court depositions, hearings, and other meetings. skills and experience requiredPossessing at least a Secretarial Certificate, or a Diploma in any subjects, you have at least 3 years of experience working as a legal secretary in local or international law firms. You are someone who is able to effectively prioritise and meet deadlines, possessing excellent organisational and problem solving skills, and familiar with online research tools. Candidates with experience working in the real estate or conveyancing teams would be highly preferred but not mandatory. To apply online please use the 'apply' function. (EA: 94C3609/ <R2090612> )

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