Corporate/Counsel/In House/Greensboro, North Carolina

Company Name:
BITSOFT INTERNATIONAL, INC.
AVP, Senior Counsel - Annuities
The candidate will provide legal support to the Group business segments that are responsible for designing and administering company's individual annuity products. Your focus will primarily be on annuity product development, administration and claim activity. Will provide legal advice and support on: the development and maintenance of company Financial Group's individual annuity products and services; marketing, sales and distribution to new and existing clients; and the legal and compliance aspects of designing and administering annuity products. Identify and communicate legal exposure and risk in a timely and proactive manner to internal key senior stakeholders. Draft and negotiate: annuity contracts, fund participation agreements, contracts with service and distribution partners, and settlement agreements. Advocate Group's position with third parties such as federal and state regulatory bodies and agencies. Oversee the production of legal research including the use of electronic, hard copy, and internet resources, as necessary. Responsible for effectively managing time sensitive projects across large multi-disciplined and cross functional teams. Select outside counsel and direct them on various legal projects, as appropriate. Review documents and communications prepared for distribution to and/or use by producers and clients. Analyze and communicate changes/developments in the laws applicable to annuities (legislative, regulatory, case law). Maintain current knowledge of legal developments and trends, assess the impact, and ensure that new trends/developments are appropriately incorporated in current/future strategies.

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