Legal Remediation Contractor

Up to £600 per day



Global Custody Product Management – Legal Remediation Programme Manager

Position Summary

We are seeking a detail-oriented and execution focused professional with strong project management, communication and influencing skills, experience with data analysis, with a background in the financial services industry, and preferably, knowledge of Securities Services.

The successful candidate will work with the Global Custody Product Management Team within Securities Services on strategic initiatives including Credit Remediation Programmes focussing on legal review of Securities Services’ Contracts. As project manager, the candidate will be responsible for establishing a robust operating model and governance process for the review of these contracts and the subsequent transfer of contractual clauses into the firmwide legal repository. In addition, the successful candidate will also aid relevant product managers and legal stakeholders in defining operating models for future adoption of firmwide legal workflow tools.

In the role, the candidate will work closely with functional teams across Legal, Document Management Operations, Product development, Legal Technology, and wider Product Management to support the delivery of the review of critical legal clauses in Securities Services’ agreements.

Specific Responsibilities / Deliverables will include:

  • Establish operating model and governance process for accurately capturing contractual clause related data from ongoing review of legal agreements for c2000+ Securities Services clients
  • Facilitate data flow/information upload from current spreadsheet based review of contractual clauses/client information into the firmwide repository for legal contracts
  • Critically evaluate existing manual processes and define alternative automated processes for the ‘capture’ and ‘transfer’ of contractual data in the firmwide repository
  • Partner closely with functional teams to establish and execute operating model for capturing legal clause related information for newly onboarded agreements
  • Lead work stream governance for the legal review remediation programme; organise internal governance calls (including maintaining detailed minutes and action logs), maintain the project plan, and produce management updates including quantitative reporting on leal review completion of contracts in scope (requiring data analysis).
  • Partner closely with functional teams to establish and execute outreach workflow using applicable tools to achieve maximum automation
  • Assist relevant product manager and legal stakeholders in defining requirements/automated solutions for future adoption of firmwide legal workflow tools for capturing contractual metadata
  • Support product, legal and Document Management Operations queries relating to the legal remediation programme, ensuring these are addressed by the appropriate Product or Legal partner.


  • 3+ years project management/ product management/ product development experience, including working across multiple business areas and/or functions to deliver change initiatives
  • Strong PMO skills including: stakeholder management; identifying and escalating risks, issues and potential impacts to the critical path; project artefact creation and maintenance
  • Excellent interpersonal, communication, influencing and negotiation skills with the ability to develop and maintain collaborative senior relationships with legal stakeholders internally
  • Expert analytical, problem solving, critical thinking and decision-making skills based upon fact, with ability to analyse large datasets (advanced excel skills preferred)
  • Ability to work independently and multitask in a fast-paced environment
  • Desire to assume responsibility for strategic deliverables and identification of automated alternative solutions to current manual processes
  • Prior experience in legal contracts, and data related initiatives for contractual clauses in preferred

McGregor Boyall is an equal opportunity employer and do not discriminate on any grounds.


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