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It's an interesting time to be in compliance, to say the least. With Donald Trump elected on a platform that includes repealing major Obama initiatives and halting government regulation, the future of corporate compliance practice remains somewhat uncertain. When there is uncertainty, people need lawyers to help them make sense of things.
So, if you've been considering a new job in compliance, now could be your time. As part of our affiliate program with Indeed, this week we're bringing you the top 3 coolest, compliance-focused jobs we could find.
KBR, an engineering, procurement, and construction company that is part of Halliburton, is looking for a senior attorney to join its anti-corruption compliance team. And they could use it. Just a few years ago, KBR pleaded guilty to bribing Nigerian officials, a scandal that cost the company a few hundred million dollars and landed their CEO in jail.
So, if you want to "make change from the inside" or are just looking for an exciting challenge, this could be for you. As an attorney with KBR, you'd be advising the company on the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, reviewing anti-corruption policies and procedures, and participating in anti-corruption investigations, among other tasks.
If you're interested in consumer finance regulations, this could be the spot for you. Ally, a financial services company based out of Michigan, is looking for a CFR attorney to help it comply with state and federal consumer credit and lease law regulations, including reviewing proposed legislation. They're looking for attorneys knowledgeable with Dodd-Frank, the Fair Credit Reporting Act, FTC Unfair Deceptive Acts or Practices, or more.
The Chicago-based BMO Harris Bank is looking for a senior attorney to join their regulatory team. As associate general counsel, you'd be focused on regulatory liaison activities and bank regulatory advice. That means staying on top of regulatory examination and supervisory activities, providing strategic guidance, supporting dealings with government regulators, and more.
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