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Manager, Securities and Corporate Governance at Herbalife

Posted in Legal 30+ days ago.

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Type: Full-Time
Location: Los Angeles, California





Job Description:

About Herbalife
Nutrition

 

Herbalife Nutrition is a
global nutrition company whose purpose is to make the world healthier and
happier.  We have been on a mission for nutrition - changing people's
lives with great nutrition products & programs - since 1980. Together with
our Herbalife Nutrition independent distributors, we are committed to providing
solutions to the worldwide problems of poor nutrition and obesity, an aging
population, skyrocketing public healthcare costs and a rise in entrepreneurs of
all ages.  Herbalife Nutrition offers high-quality, science-backed
products, most of which are produced in Company-operated facilities, one-on-one
coaching with an Herbalife Nutrition independent distributor, and a supportive
community approach that inspires customers to embrace a healthier, more active
lifestyle.

 

Herbalife Nutrition’s targeted nutrition,
weight-management, energy and fitness and personal care products are available
exclusively to and through dedicated distributors in more than 90 countries.  

Through our corporate social responsibility
efforts, Herbalife Nutrition supports the Herbalife Nutrition Foundation (HNF)
and its Casa Herbalife programs to help bring good nutrition to children in
need. Herbalife Nutrition is also proud to sponsor more than 190 world-class
athletes, teams and events around the globe, including Cristiano Ronaldo, the
LA Galaxy, and numerous Olympic teams.

Herbalife has over 8,000
employees worldwide, and our shares are traded on the New York Stock Exchange
(NYSE: HLF) with net sales of approximately $4.4 billion in 2017. To learn
more, visit Herbalife.com or IAmHerbalife.com.


POSITION SUMMARY STATEMENT:

 

The Securities and Corporate
Governance Manager will support the Sr. Manager, Counsel and Sr. Director,
Counsel by providing support for a variety of securities, finance, corporate
governance and corporate secretarial activities and routinely interface with
outside counsel and other corporate service providers. The Securities and Corporate
Governance Manager will also be responsible for securities law, finance and
general corporate governance at the parent level.

 

DETAILED RESPONSIBILITIES/DUTIES: 

 


  • Coordinate with corporate
    governance team in providing a full range of corporate governance and corporate
    secretarial services for parent company

  • Manage planning and
    production of Board and committee meetings and work with a variety of client
    groups and outside counsel to obtain materials for such meetings on a timely
    basis; track payments to parent board members in accordance with board
    compensation policy

  • Manage process for
    planning and production of annual general meeting of shareholders

  • Deliver accurate and
    concise briefing papers and presentations for senior management, Board and
    Board committees

  • Work collaboratively
    across departments with partners in Investor Relations, Accounting, Human
    Resources, Finance and other areas to develop data that is helpful to proxy
    development and proxy advisory firm research

  • Work closely with
    Finance and Treasury in connection with corporate finance, M&A and other
    strategic transactions

  • Develop content for proxy
    and shareholder communications material based on knowledge of governance issues
    and Herbalife’s governance policies

  • Prepare and file NYSE
    annual and interim written affirmations through the NYSE’s electronic filing
    platform

  • Assist with onboarding
    of new directors

  • Manage SEC filings,
    including Section 16 reporting, proxy statement and quarterly and annual
    reports on Forms 10-Q and 10-K

  • Partner with Tax, Treasury,
    Human Resources and other teams to drive the collection of relevant corporate
    governance information and materials

  • Develop and maintain processes
    to improve the efficiency, organization and access to parent records

  • Develop and maintain
    processes to track and oversee corporate transactional work and SEC filings

  • Perform analytical
    legal research with respect to corporate governance matters

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:

 

Skills:


  • Strong
    understanding of requirements for entity management, corporate governance and
    corporate records

  • Familiarity
    with time sensitive Section 16 filings

  • Ability to maintain a high
    level of confidentiality and carry out assignments that are sensitive in nature

  • Ability
    to perform legal research; in-depth knowledge of legal terminology and
    principles

  • In-depth
    knowledge of legal and/or regulatory research techniques and tools

  • Ability
    to work both independently and in a team environment to solve practical
    problems and carry out responsibilities under general supervision, taking
    responsibility for some projects and collaborating on others

  • Flexibility to adapt to changing procedures, systems and
    priorities and be adept at handling multiple assignments within specified
    deadlines

  • Excellent
    technical writing and oral communication skills, superior spelling,
    punctuation, and grammar.

  • Ability to organize workload for effective
    implementation

  • Strong client and results orientation

  • Ability to interact effectively at all levels
    with sensitivity to cultural diversity


  • Comfortable interacting
    with executive and senior management and their staff and working with cross
    functional organizations

  • Demonstrated ability to
    take initiative and be able to identify matters requiring escalation or special
    attention

  • Excellent in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint
    and Outlook

Experience:


  • 7 years of relevant
    experience, with at least 3 to 5 years of experience in an in-house environment
    at an S&P 500 company

  • Experience
    preparing for transaction closings and conducting related diligence

Education:

  • BA/BS Degree and at least a paralegal
    certificate from an ABA qualified program

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

 

  • SEC
    filing software, i.e., Workiva, ActiveDisclosure, Merrill, M2