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This attorney in Visa’s Legal and Compliance group will be part of the team that works on M&A and strategic investing matters.
Work with business units to explore acquisition and investment prospects and to execute transactions
Lead transaction teams from the Legal and Compliance group and coordinate with other functions
Coordinate effectively with colleagues in a truly global organization, including in Foster City, London, New York, Singapore, and San Francisco.
Review and negotiate definitive documents
Conduct and oversee due diligence
Review presentations and other materials
Coordinate and contribute to the integration of newly acquired businesses
Supervise outside counsel and effectively manage their costs
Develop initiatives for maintaining high service levels and quality of advice
Deliver consistent, strategic, risk-weighted, business-focused legal counsel
Manage multiple priorities and meet tight deadlines
Untangle and analyze complex legal issues.
10-15 years of legal practice
Experience as a lawyer at both a leading law firm and a multi-national company
At least 7 years specializing in M&A and/or minority investments
At least 70% of the time in current role spent on M&A and/or minority investments
Admission to the bar in the United States
Experience buying/selling companies regulated in multiple non-U.S. jurisdictions
Excellent judgment on legal matters, reflecting pragmatism and business savvy
Demonstrated ability to build strong working relationships with stakeholders at all levels of management
Excellent interpersonal skills
Superior organizational skills, including the ability to manage multiple, complex projects simultaneously
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Strong work ethic
Experience in transactions involving financial regulators a plus but not required
Experience in payments industry a plus but not required
Admission to the bar in California a plus but not required.