Senior Transaction Manager
Team Description: (Overview of the team)
The Senior Transaction Manager through broad knowledge and experience is responsible for reviewing highly complex specialized deals transactions/structures aligned to a business or multiple product segments from initiation through closing. Key liaison with outside counsel and in conjunction with Relationship Management & Business Development may drive and take lead in negotiation of the terms of the structure. Serves as primary contact with internal and external parties on new and existing transactions and deal documentation in order to ensure the life of issue meets all operational and documentation standards and mitigates any risk. May mentor junior/new team members and provides back up supervisory support in absence of Team Leader. Acts as the Subject Matter "Go To" Expert/country specialist for product/country ensuring the business is kept up to date with market and competitor data and new regulations and laws for specific products or country regulations. Essential Functions - Key Roles &Responsibilities Deal Acceptance
Lends in-depth knowledge and collaborates with appointed outside counsel from BNY Mellon's approved list to provide consultation on multiple types of highly sophisticated transactions. Reviews, negotiates and executes all governing documents for new transactions ensuring deal documentation accurately reflects operational responsibilities, structure terms and documentation standards including pricing input. Keeps internal Legal department abreast of any unusual or novel features in deal documents in order to mitigate any potential litigation issues. Interfaces with Relationship Management & Business Development and/or Global Client Solutions to ensure that all Know Your Customer, account setup and tax related requirements are completed prior to closing. Coordinates with Relationship Management & Business Development the presentation of new transactions at BAC forum(s), ensuring the deal has been properly approved by BNY Mellon prior to execution of the governing documents. Prepares and presents deals to the local Trust Committee for new business and where applicable for amendments and exercises of discretion and prepares any required submissions to the Jurisdictional Acceptance Committee. Deal Closing
Liaises with internal working group parties to coordinate closing timeframes. Develops instructions for support utilities to open the necessary accounts on relevant applications, including cash, custody, trust accounting (US only) and bondholder recordkeeping systems. Controls and coordinates the bond/program issuance and closing with the relevant support utilities, Depository, Operations, respective counsels and other parties, including the performance of initial flow of funds; Announces closing to internal working group party distribution. Co-ordinates invoice payment at closing, including related counsel fees with appropriate parties. Receives at closing the global notes and any credit facilities, UCCs, bond insurance policies and other collateral, and facilitates forwarding such by secure means to Relationship Management & Business Development and/or Global Client Solutions for safekeeping. Deal Set Up
Procures the safe keeping and scanning of all investor documents and contractual documents entered into by BNY Mellon entities, including the complete closing transcript where applicable.
Expeditiously completes the appropriate checklist for effective transfer of the deal to Relationship Management & Business Development, Global Client Solutions and/or Operations, (as applicable).
Reviews approvals of the Deal Synopsis (limited to confirmation of adherence to BNY Mellon documentation standards policy) and completes the pertinent elements of the Deal Closing Checklist.
Identifies actions/events dictated by the governing deal documents; ensures initial government contract policy compliance; performs initial REG 9 review if applicable; prepares and files Transfer Agency forms. Life of Issue
Responsible for the review of substantive post-closing matters (including supplements, amendments, document interpretation, contracts for redemptions, consent solicitations, note holder meetings), during life of issue with support of internal and/or external counsel, subject to business and trust acceptance policies and bondholder consent (where required).
Examines documents and assists to resolves any issues that arise during the life of the deal.
Liaises with the Default Administration Group (DAG) related to defaulted transactions and escalates to DAG regarding all defaults or potential default issues as per BNY Mellon policy. General Transaction Management
Maintains an understanding of BNY Mellon policies concerning the exercises of discretion in a fiduciary role as it relates to various jurisdictions.
Serves as a resource for Global TMG.
Develop strong working relationships with client and all appropriate external and internal partners such as law firms, financial advisors, and investment bankers, Relationship Management & Business Development, Global Client Solutions, Operations, Compliance, Audit, Risk and internal Legal, Business Acceptance and Jurisdictional Acceptance Committees.
Supports Relationship Management & Business Development and Global Client Solutions as appropriate for the timely collection of any legal bills related to TMG appointments of counsel. Provides feedback on external counsel performance to internal legal group.
Mentor or train new and junior team members and provides back up supervisory support in absence of Team Leader.
Oversees TMG functional protocol and interaction with DAG to ensure negotiation of any workouts, restructures or enforcements pursuant to the deal documentation in accordance with BNY Mellon standards and contracted operational responsibilities, ensuring effective legal and operational risk mitigation in all defaulted deal transaction documentation matters.
Acts as the point of contact and TMG representative for submissions to Trustee Discretionary Committee, ensuring that they are well presented and have considered commercial position before presenting for approval, and coordination of document standards updates and reviews, incl. regulatory change implementation. Qualifications
Proven experience of private legal practice or banking in Corporate Trust (knowledge around repacks is preferred)
Knowledge and experience in debt market document negotiation.
Skill to successfully negotiate with internal and external parties to mitigate risk
Ability to work under tight and demanding deadlines
Ability to Interact with clients, their advisors and agents, and other working group party members to come to mutually agreeable terms with respect to deal documents that affect the business
Strong client service delivery experience BNY Mellon is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. Primary Location:
United Kingdom-Greater London-London Job:
Corporate Trust Internal Jobcode:
Corporate Trust-HR06320 Requisition Number: