HUGHES-CASTELL (HK) LTD

HUGHES-CASTELL (HK) LTD

Senior Legal Counsel (8+ PQE) - 15464/CP

Job level Senior
Work exp 8 Years To 15 Years or above
Education Bachelor Degree
Professional Qualification PRC Law Qualified
Skill Regulatory compliance, Risk Management, Governance Policies, Contracts
Language Chinese - Mandarin, English
Location
Shenzhen (深圳)
Employment type Full Time
Industry Financial Services / Investment / Securities
Job function Legal / Professional Services > Legal & Compliance
Published On 04/12/2019
ref. 15464/CP

A leading listed financial institution is seeking a Senior Legal Counsel in Shenzhen or Shanghai. The role will be responsible for a wide range of general commercial legal issues, including regulatory compliance, corporate governance policies, risk management, complex deals management, and contract drafting and reviewing. You must be PRC qualified with over 8 years’ regulatory compliance PQE in China’s financial or securities corporations. Knowledge of the securities and commodities industry and its practice is essential, as well as the familiarity of the regulators. Good communicator with strong analytical skills and business acumen is preferred. Prior financial regulatory experience will be highly regarded, but not a must. Proficiency in fluent written and oral English and Mandarin is required. Interviews will commence week of December 9, so we encourage interested parties to apply quickly. REF: 15464/CP

Interested candidates, please contact Katherine Fan with a copy of your updated CV. Learn more about the role, please visit https://hughes-castell.com/search/results.html?keyword=15464/HI&details=1

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