The U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission’s Office of International Affairs (OIA) in Washington DC is seeking candidates for an attorney advisor in its Regulatory Policy Group. Applicants should have demonstrated interest in international affairs and direct experience in international securities –related work.
Preferred candidates should have 5+ years of legal experience, the ability to use their advocacy and strategic thinking skills in regular engagements with foreign counterparts, other U.S. financial regulatory agencies, and SEC senior staff on various international work streams.
Duties of an International Affairs attorney advisory include taking a leading role on significant issues impacting the global financial markets, with a particular focus on issues in the asset management sector; monitor and contribute to international organizations’ work streams – including Financial Stability Board’s (FSB) efforts to evaluate the effects of G20 regulatory reforms; and draft reports and analysis for FSBs, the Chairman, Commissioners and SEC senior staff regarding developments in the cross-border financial markets.
Application deadline is May 15, 2019.
Please submit cover letter and resume to: Beau McMillian email@example.com
The SEC is an Equal Opportunity Employer and actively seeks a diverse workforce.