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Fortune 500 financial services company located in Stamford, CT seeks an ISDA Negotiator (Temporary) for a long-term, temporary position expected to last at least six months, possibly longer. The hourly rate is up to $90 (no overtime), depending upon experience. Must be willing to work flexible hours.
The ISDA Negotiator will focus on negotiating ISDA master agreements, credit support annexes and tri-party account control agreements. You will handle all stages of negotiation (preparation of first drafts of agreements, negotiating terms, obtaining approvals, and coordinating internally to successful resolution) of counter-party documentation for ISDA master agreements, credit support annexes, amendments, guarantees, confidentiality agreements, and tri-party account control agreements. In addition, you will work on documentation required for Bilateral Margin Reform. Prior repo documentation is preferred but not required. The client base is varied with an emphasis on global insurance companies, pension plans, private and public endowments/foundations.
Bachelor Degree; JD (preferred but not required)
Strong to advanced knowledge of counter-party relationship documentation, including, ISDA, credit support annexes and tri-party account control agreements (knowledge of repo agreements is a plus) and ancillary documents (e.g., guaranties or confidentiality agreements)
Minimum of three years of negotiating experience with respect to counter-party relationship documentation
Previous experience in one or more top investment banks is strongly preferred
Additional Salary Information: Up to $90/HR (no overtime)