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This position requires a high level of expertise in the management of corporate boards, subsidiary management and in the area of corporate governance, generally.
KEY RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES:
· Support for all operational aspects of preparation for board and committee meetings including logistics, monitoring attendance, mailing and electronic delivery of board materials, managing board and committee agenda review processes, and working with committee administrators to facilitate oversight of board committee processes
· Attendance at board and committee meetings and the preparation of minutes
· Ensure compliance and fulfillment of board governance principles, committee charters and legal matrices
· Evaluate board governance documents for compliance with applicable regulatory requirements and best practices
· Ongoing assessment of board governance practices and opportunities for continuous improvement
· Oversight of the preservation of board, committee and subsidiary materials and minutes, and support of the document retention policy for the corporate secretary's office
· Analysis of board member independence and conflict of interest questionnaires;
· Preparation of resolutions, written consents and governance-related board materials;
· Support of processes for new board member searches;
· Facilitate the orientation of new board members and committee chairs;
· Update board and committee evaluation forms and facilitate board and committee evaluations
· Support the planning and organization of annual meetings of shareholders/participants.
Law Degree and demonstrated experience in the area of management of corporate and subsidiary boards, corporate law and knowledge of corporate governance is required; 5-7 years of experience is preferred.
Financial Services experience strongly preferred.
Knowledge of NYSE and Sarbanes-Oxley Independence and Governance requirements, a plus.
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