at Fiserv in Wilmington, Delaware, United States
What does a great Managing Counsel within Issuer Solutions do?
As a Managing Counsel, you would provide legal support to Fiserv’s fast-paced, Card Issuer Processing business which provides outsourced services to banks and other transaction card issuers. In this role, you would draft and negotiate agreements with banks and other parties; provide counsel to sales, account management, product, and technology leaders on legal and business matters; and collaborate closely with company specialists regarding intellectual property, technology, privacy, security, regulatory, and litigation matters. In addition, you would counsel internal clients on how Fiserv’s services will meet the regulatory requirements of Fiserv’s heavily regulated clients.
As a Managing Counsel, you could look forward to:
+ Being a part of a congenial and collaborative legal team
+ Providing counsel and legal advice on client and other contracts; critical initiatives; corporate policies and procedures; regulatory issues; and data use and privacy
+ Working directly with business unit representatives to draft and negotiate client and other commercial contracts for bank-facing businesses
+ Advising business partners on legal, contractual, and risk matters impacting their areas of responsibility
+ Effectively interacting with corporate specialists regarding finance, audit, regulatory, privacy and technology matters
+ Developing and maintaining forms of contracts and other legal documentation
Basic qualifications for consideration:
+ JD from accredited law school
+ Licensed to practice, or ability to become licensed to practice, in appropriate jurisdiction
+ In good standing with State Bar with no disciplinary record
+ 8+ years of proven experience negotiating, drafting, and redlining contracts, or other applicable legal experience
+ Some experience with regulatory matters related to financial services or banking and/or an ability to learn these issues
+ Ability to travel 10%
Preferred qualifications for consideration:
+ Credit card, payments, or banking industry experience, including experience with regulatory issues in these industries
+ Experience interacting with senior business leaders, either as in-house or outside counsel
+ Exposure to financial services and technology contracts
+ Confident, driven, legal professional with excellent drafting and verbal communication skills
You can look forward to working with your colleagues, in office, three days a week. Two days per week you have the flexibility to work remotely.