Organization: Corporate Functions/Legal
Location: US Negotiable
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People in the Corporate Function contribute to the running of Accenture as a high- performance business through specialization within a specific functional area, and grow into internally focused roles by deepening their skills and/or developing new skills within an internal functional area.
Legal and Commercial Services professionals deliver and coordinate legal, contract and commercial advice and counsel in support of Accenture's or our clients' business, working to manage and mitigate risk and ensure ethical behavior and compliance with laws and company policies.
The Ethics & Compliance, Ventures & Acquisition Compliance Manager collaborates with Ethics & Compliance, Ventures & Acquisitions Compliance/Post-Merger Integration Lead and E&C subject matter experts to conduct compliance risk assessment and oversee implementation of mitigation actions for acquisitions through lifecycle of the deal, from compliance risk assessment during legal due diligence through post-merger integration (PMI) to go-live/SAP cutover. The Ethics & Compliance, Ventures & Acquisitions Compliance Manager coordinates with SMEs, V&A Legal Leads and Legal Integration Leads, as necessary, during V&A deal lifecycle.
Conduct initial compliance risk assessments with guidance from subject matter experts during Legal due diligence phase and triage future support needs
Align with V&A Legal Leads and subject matter experts regarding assumptions and appropriate level/scope of Legal compliance due diligence
Act as first-tier point of contact for V&A Legal Leads to help direct questions to appropriate subject matter expert(s)
Escalate compliance issues, as necessary
Compile and review due diligence materials to share with subject matter experts; monitor for relevant due diligence updates
Consult with subject matter experts on development of PMI plan for each acquisition
Lead implementation of PMI plan actions in coordination with relevant teams
Prepare reporting on PMI plan status for Legal Integration Checkpoint meetings
Identify trends and emerging compliance issues or potential risks related to V&A
Establish relationships with key stakeholders, including subject matter experts, V&A Legal Leads, Legal Integration Leads and other teams involved in V&A
Reports to: Ethics & Compliance, Ventures & Acquisitions Compliance/Post-Merger Integration Lead
Relationships: Global Ethics & Compliance Team and other Legal and Corporate Functions teams
Work Requirements: Limited travel required, but with the ability to work with and manage resources remotely
Education: Bachelor's Degree
Work Experience: Minimum 5 years of relevant experience in a corporate or law firm setting.
Knowledge of compliance and ethics framework for global corporations, preferably in connection with mergers and acquisitions and/or post-merger integration
Certification: Certified Compliance & Ethics Professional (CCEP) or similar ethics and compliance certification (or willingness to obtain certification once hired)
Strong analytical/critical thinking skills, including ability to exercise judgment to evaluate risks and calibrate clear and concise recommendations within context of integration approaches and other relevant business considerations
Good business acumen, knowledge of Accenture’s business strategy (or similar business strategy at another company if experienced hire) and offerings
Proficient in Microsoft Office suite of products
Good executive presence and the ability to work effectively with the senior leaders
Proven program and project management skills
Strong written and oral communication skills
Fluent in English
Demonstrated leadership in professional setting; either military or civilian
Demonstrated teamwork and collaboration in a professional setting; either military or civilian
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