Sun Life - Counsel, Governance - Toronto

  • 3+ years experience
  • In-house
  • Sun Life
  • Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Sun Life (SLF) is a leading international financial services organization providing asset management, wealth, insurance, and health solutions to individual and institutional clients. Headquartered in Toronto with global operations, SLF is a public company trading on the TSX and NYSE with over $1.35 trillion in total assets under management.

SLF’s Corporate Secretary Dept. is seeking a highly motivated and organized Corporate/Securities Lawyer for this role. The successful candidate will ensure the provision of leading corporate governance, corporate and securities/public disclosure advice to support the Board of Directors, Executive Management and other senior management. Responsibilities will include: assisting with the coordination and execution of Board and Committee meetings including the drafting of meeting materials; serving as the Secretary of one or more Canadian subsidiaries; advising on governance issues, best practices and trends; drafting of annual meeting materials; advising on subsidiary governance; ensuring compliance with enterprise policies; and advising on special projects as required.

The ideal candidate will have 3+ years of relevant corporate and securities law experience gained at a leading law firm or publicly traded company.

This is a rare opportunity to join a collaborative team that offers sophisticated work and a company-wide commitment to talent development.

If you have the requisite skill set, please apply in complete confidence to Danya Cohen or Adam Lepofsky (both Canadian qualified lawyers) at RainMaker Group. |

As this is an exclusive assignment with RainMaker Group, any resumes sent directly to Sun Life Financial will be re-directed to RainMaker Group. We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

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