|Employment Type||Full Time Job|
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Join a fast-growing internet startup
Opportunity to drive the legal strategy for a venture
Work closely with the leadership to support the business operations team
Our client is a Fintech startup backed by a top global incubator. Headquartered in Singapore with operations across South East Asia, they provide small and medium businesses convenient financial services including debit and credit card products, digital banking and cash management systems.
You will be based in our fast growing Jakarta office, and will work closely with the Indonesia General Manager on regulatory strategy and key regulatory initiatives. The role could evolve over time and take additional responsibilities in other countries or rotate in other departments to obtain a full understanding of a fast-growing internet startup.
You will be responsible for :
Collaborating with the businesses and defining the strategy of the venture based on sound legal rationale
Ensuring compliance with the existing and new regulations, including advising on the implementation of relevant processes
Driving license applications and supporting regulatory partnerships
Providing regulatory compliance guidance for Indonesia.
Developing and enforcing compliance policies and procedures
Providing assistance in drafting agreements
Drafting internal legal memos regarding upcoming regulatory landscape
Handling a variety of general corporate legal matters
You have at least 3 years experience within Fintech / Banking & Finance.
You possess working knowledge of banking/fintech products, regulatory and compliance matters.
You are a proactive and driven individual and can work both individually and with teams to deliver work within stipulated time.
You can prioritize effectively and work under pressure without compromising quality
You have excellent negotiation, drafting, analytical and communication skills.
You are extremely well-organized and have excellent attention to detail
You are also passionate about helping small business borrowers grow their businesses
Business gains have been wiped out by the pandemic.
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The acquisition is said to be over $80 million
Most of them have taken out a loan.
The company added $200 billion to their value this year.