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New York City Banking Attorney Openings

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New York City is one of the most desirable places to work these days. With all of the hustle and bustle of the city, there is so much to do outside of work with co-workers, friends and family. Maybe it is time to take the next step in your legal career and work as general counsel with some of the world’s largest banking firms. You can make this happen by searching the thousands of New York City banking attorney openings using LawCrossing.

One firm looking for a banking attorney is that of HSBC Group. The position that HSBC is looking to fill is that of VP Director Compliance MIS. The candidate chosen for this position will be responsible for adhering to the Money Laundering Control Officer and Compliance Officer handbooks. This is an in-house position with HSBC Group and it requires at least 12 years of experience. The right candidate for the job will also be responsible for following the major regulatory changes that affect the business.

  
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Morgan Stanley is looking for a banking attorney who will work in the anti-money laundering department of the bank as the head of the Investment Management AML Team. The person chosen for the job will report to the AML Deputy at the bank and will supervise the AML Compliance team. This position will also work with the AML Deputy when monitoring transactions, conducting investigations and reporting suspicious activity.

Browse the thousands of New York City banking attorney openings found on LawCrossing today.

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