Payments Product Counsel – Jobs Near me

Overview

Come join Intuit as a Payments Product Counsel

What you’ll bring

  • At least 5-10 years of experience primarily advising technology companies
  • Significant experience navigating regulations related to financial services, particularly payments laws, including Reg. E, NACHA recurring payment rules, payment facilitator business models.
  • Knowledge of MTLs preferred.
  • Significant breadth of knowledge in as many of the following areas as possible: data privacy and protection, IP, mobile and cloud computing, competition law, and technology licensing.
  • Demonstrated ability to perform with minimal supervision.
  • Experience providing legal support on a global scale.
  • Ability to communicate with business partners about regulatory obligations and risk management processes.
  • Excellent drafting and negotiation skills
  • Ability to produce clear and succinct written legal analysis and business communications, and counsel and manage clients, including senior management.
  • Ability to interact with and lead change with senior executive leaders.
  • Ability to effectively frame issues to drive strategic thinking and execution.
  • Comfortable and adept at balancing risk and opportunity, and thinking creatively to enable the business to make smart decisions.
  • JD and membership in good standing with at least one US State Bar.

How you will lead

Working as a member of the Products Legal Team, you will be responsible for partnering with multiple innovative product teams around the world to ensure that Intuit’s banking as a service and money movement products are structured to achieve our strategy while complying with applicable regulations in multiple jurisdictions. You will partner closely with product management, business development, engineering, design, marketing, compliance and operations teams.
You will provide legal advice and counseling on a wide variety of matters, including data privacy and protection, mobile, product liability, IP and regulatory compliance. Many of these matters will be in the FinTech area, including payments, stored value and deposit products. You may structure, draft, negotiate and advise upon various complex transactions with minimal direction and supervision.
The ideal candidate should have knowledge of regulations in the financial services area, including FCRA, GLBA, and state payments laws.

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