Accenture Offerings & Services Regulatory Compliance Counsel

  • 12-15 yrs
  • Not Disclosed

Job Description

Job Description The Offerings and Services Regulatory Compliance Counsel (the  Counsel ) is responsible for providing the legal support for regulatory compliance of Accenture offerings and services within his offerings and services regulatory compliance subgroup.  The Counsel is responsible for the offerings and services assigned to him in his offerings and services regulatory compliance subgroup, for (i) performing regulatory risk assessment and designing and implementing compliance programs for offerings and services from creationthrough delivery and (ii) acting as a legal advisor and providing legal support to merger and acquisitions and strategic and complex opportunities in order to identify regulatory issues and to design and implement required offering related compliance plans. The Counsel is responsible for providing proactive strategic offerings advice to Accenture Businesses and Industries leadership and team within his remit. The Counsel assists with all of the foregoing and works with Legal's Sales and Delivery personnel and Business teams to ensure that our contractual agreements appropriately address regulatory issues relating to offerings and services.  This role collaborates with and leverages expertise from all teams within CORE, Strategic and complex Contracting, Transaction Contracting, and Contract Management, V&A and other Corporate functions. Further, the role collaborates with Litigation, Government Relations, and Corporate Investigations teams to design and implement a remediation plan related to offering and services regulatory issues.Educational Qualification Must have JD or equivalent law degree (based on geography) required with tenure in good standing with one state barSkills & Work Experience Must have Skills above described Minimum of 8 years of experience as an attorney, including providing services and regulatory compliance pieces of advice to the industry and experience as a transactional attorney and at least 3 of which involved management responsibility for other legal professionals.