Attorney Openings

Consumer Financial Services Regulatory Attorney

Weiner Brodsky Kider PC, a D.C. law firm with a national mortgage banking and consumer financial services practice, seeks an energetic, collaborative junior to mid-level attorney (3 – 5 years preferred, with at least 1 year of directly relevant experience) to work in its flourishing regulatory compliance practice group.

Candidates should have a strong working knowledge of the federal and state compliance laws related to banking and consumer finance products and services, with a primary focus on mortgage lending and servicing preferred.

Primary responsibilities include application and interpretation of federal and state mortgage banking, consumer finance, and other related requirements governing financial institutions to address a wide array of legal and regulatory matters; advising and assisting clients with both technical and practical application of the relevant legal requirements; identifying and assessing compliance risk and appropriate implementation steps and corrective measures; and developing compliant policies, procedures, guidelines, disclosures, and training materials. Position will include extensive legal research, direct interaction with clients and regulators, and drafting of formal and informal correspondence and memoranda. Responsibilities will also include reviewing and analyzing company operations and documents to determine whether companies are operating in accordance with laws governing the financial services industry.

Candidate must have strong academic credentials, excellent communication and legal research, writing, and analytical skills, and strong computer skills. Must have ability to work on multiple projects simultaneously, manage confidential and sensitive information in a professional manner in a fast-paced, deadline-driven environment. Experience in agency and state mortgage lending licensing issues is a plus. D.C. bar required (or must be able to provide proof of pending application at time of hire).

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