bil.com Description Banque Internationale à Luxembourg (BIL) is one of the largest banks in the Grand Duchy and offers retail, private, corporate and institutional banking as well as treasury and financial market services.
We are focused on Luxembourg and select international markets, and on a long-term value creation by empowered individuals and teams.
Most of BIL's 2000 employees work at the headquarters in Luxembourg city : the centralized setup promotes swift , agile decision-making and enabling BIL to offer clients innovative solutions for their changing needs.
Responsabilités Organizing and preparing BIL corporate bodies’ meetings* Ensuring the supervision, organization and coordination of the various tasks and actions related to the holding of BIL corporate bodies’ committees (Board of Directors, Board Committees, Management Board / Executive Committee, Management Committees and shareholders’ meetings as well as meetings between the delegation and the management in an efficient and proactive manner.
Preparing and communicating agendas, support documents, minutes and providing for their timely signature. Proceeding to a close follow-up of the implementation of the decisions taken.
Assisting the Secretary General in all its missions and participating to the management bodies’ meetings. Drafting preparatory presentations and minutes of the meetings of the BIL’s corporate bodies.
Advising, organizing and providing support on corporate / governance matters at BIL and BIL Group level Ensuring that BIL Group governance bodies and the different business and support lines have the proper advice on corporate / governance matters (e.
g. articles of incorporation, signature regime, corporate law corporate governance questions etc.). Advising on and providing for the due observance and compliance to all applicable laws and regulations, as well as the applicable BIL Group governance charters and policies, necessary for the good corporate governance of the Bank and BIL Group.
Contributing to the definition, review and monitoring of BIL Group’s governance principles implemented in internal charters and policies.
Research and memo drafting on various matters of corporate law, CSSF, RCSL or CAA, as well as ECB directives. Ensuring and following up on regulatory reporting obligations related to corporate governance matters and liaising with the RCS (for BIL headquarter and BIL Group entities for which administrative support is provided) and ensuring publication of mandatory corporate information.
Shareholder matters and directors’ mandates and trainings Managing shareholder matters and the appointment of directors in line with applicable governance principles of BIL Group.
Coordinating and monitoring on a continuous basis the list of mandates of the management bodies’ members. Preparing the suitability assessments of the management bodies (collective and individual).
Overseeing, organizing together with the Regulatory Affairs department trainings for (newly) elected directors. Assistance to and oversight on BIL Group Entities (subsidiaries, branches and representative offices) Taking the necessary steps to introduce requests for or following-up on authorizations for the establishment of subsidiaries, branches, representative offices and freedom to provide services submitted to supervisory authorities, in collaboration with the business units and the Compliance / Legal department.
Monitoring the activities of BIL Group subsidiaries, branches representative offices from a corporate governance perspective and organizing / ensuring administrative support.
Regulatory watch and project participation Participating to the regulatory watch in close collaboration with the Regulatory Affairs Department and reporting / following-up on changes impacting the corporate governance of BIL / BIL Group.
Participating to key projects related to the corporate affairs and / or governance of the Bank, as well as wider projects in collaboration with other departments of the Bank.
Proposing updates and improvements to the governance aspects reflected in the charters policies and various reports of the Bank to ensure adherence thereto, in line with all applicable laws and regulatory requirements (i.
e. CSSF Circulars, EBA guidelines). Exigences obligatoires Type of Degree : Master’s degree in Law, ideally in the field of Corporate or Banking matters.
Knowledge of EU / Luxembourg company law and regulatory environment for financial institutions. Languages : English and French Good systems skills including MS Office packages Work experience : At least 5 years of professional experience in a similar function and / or in the banking / fiduciary sector Excellent drafting skills Strong organizational and communication skills Pro-active, result oriented, flexible and rigorous Ability to work under pressure Ability to work both autonomously on own tasks, whilst working in a team ...