Joining the EMEA Legal team in Dublin, you will be supporting the management of statutory/governance requirements for a portfolio of 80+companies within the EMEA region, reporting to the VP, General Counsel.
- Support a portfolio of EMEA entities in all company secretarial compliance matters and provide assistance on corporate governance matters by working collaboratively with in-house counsel and third-party service providers;
- Prepare and work with service providers in the preparation of a wide variety of documents such as minutes, resolutions and documentation relating to share transfers, the approval of accounts, changes in directors, powers of attorney and proxy forms;
- Work with cross-functional teams (Legal, Tax and Finance) in the organisation of Board Meetings for certain EMEA entities including the preparation of the relevant Board packs, agendas, notices, minutes and associated documentation;
- Maintain statutory books and records for Irish entities and monitoring compliance with all relevant statutory, regulatory requirements and filing deadlines;
- Develop and maintain relationships with internal legal teams from other regions and internal cross-functional teams such as Finance and Tax;
- Manage outside counsel and other third-party service providers for specific corporate matters
- Arrange for document execution, notarisations, apostilling and filing with the relevant registries.
- Keep abreast of legislative, regulatory and corporate governance developments relating to company secretarial issues.
- 5+ years experience working in a company secretarial function either in private practice or in a multinational organisation.
- Strong experience in handling corporate governance matters and a good understanding of company secretarial processes.
- Comfortable managing a complex and varied portfolio of clients and entities with moderate supervision.
- Confident, assertive and collaborative attitude with willingness to learn and work as part of a team and help out on varied matters.
- ICSA would be advantageous but not essential