Corporate/Counsel/In House/Purchase, New York

Company Name:
Senior Counsel, Strategic Transactions Group
Duties: To work closely with the M&A group and relevant business unit to advise on structure, anticipate and analyze issues and develop solutions at all phases of a transaction, including initial assessments, diligence, negotiation, execution and integration; to draft, negotiate and structure various transactional documents such as stock/asset purchase agreements, joint venture agreements, investment agreements, alliance agreements, confidentiality agreements, letters of intent and term sheets; to work closely with the business teams and analyze business cases, structure, draft, and negotiate strategic agreements and other arrangements with company's customers, including global, national and regional financial institutions; and to proactively work with internal clients, collaborate and coordinate efforts with colleagues and outside counsels to provide streamlined legal support to the business.

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