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Job Description PURPOSE:
The Regulatory Analyst II develops and reviews regulatory filings and participates in the review of and applicability of changes to disclosure language. Works with counsel on all matters relating to the corporate board functions and is responsible for the maintenance of all applicable records. Works with compliance officer on all matters relating to intercompany compliance reporting as well as all matters relating to client account compliance monitoring and reporting, sales literature compliance, etc. This position may assist in communications, training programs, and special regulatory-related projects.
Assists in the development and review of: regulatory filings with applicable governing regulatory authorities; intercompany compliance reporting, monitoring and filings; board-related functions; and recordkeeping. Pro-actively reviews and offers suggestions with regard to process improvements in the Legal and Compliance Department. Interfaces with clients and internal and external parties on legal and compliance issues and other matters applicable to the operations of the MFS Canada. Works with other areas of the MFS and its subsidiary companies to develop procedures and processes that enhance the quality and flow of work. (65%)
Provides specialized support to Areas by producing and analyzing reports, documentation, correspondence, etc. and ensures all services provided to Areas and to clients are in accordance with quality, time and efficiency expectations. Maintains reference files and communication records. Increases technological knowledge as necessary in order to suggest how best to fully employ new or existing systems and services in delivery of work product (25%)
Documents procedures, produces reports and seeks to improve current processes within Areas. Assists in the development of guides and manuals for MFS Canada and its employees with regard to regulatory filings, compliance regulations or other matters of similar importance (10%)
Additional responsibilities as required
A university degree or a college diploma in law clerk studies or equivalent years' experience, and a minimum of four years of law clerk/paralegal or compliance-related experience in a similar industry.
Required skills include a strong knowledge of MS Office Suite, particularly Word, Excel and Outlook; demonstrated ability to work effectively with employees and outside parties at all organizational levels; strong interpersonal, communication, problem-solving and time management; and ability to multi-task while still fulfilling deadline requirements.
Preferred qualifications include: experience in SEDAR, SEDI and NRD filings; a paralegal license with the Law Society of Upper Canada OR a strong understanding of the various National Instrument rules and procedures and the CBCA; and fluency in English and French.
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