Fannie Mae seeks advice and counsel regarding NYSE listing requirements! via TimHoward717.com
One of our readers UES found an unbelievable help wanted ad currently posted by Fannie Mae. They shared it a little earlier in the comments section of last nights post. Here it is in its entirety:
“Hey guys and gals – just want to point you to a recent job posting on fannie mae’s website. It’s a corporate counsel job posting that includes the job functions of, among other things, NYSE listing.
Why would Fannie Mae (OTCB:FNMA) be looking for a corporate counsel position with NYSE listing as part of its job responsibilities? :-)
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“Provide advice and counsel on corporate governance and securities law matters, including Federal Housing Finance Agency, ‘34 Act, and NYSE listing requirements, among others.”
Full description below.
Operate with considerable latitude in consulting, advising, and representing the company on a variety of complex legal matters and projects related to corporate governance, securities law, and general corporate law matters. Provide legal counsel to management on broad issues affecting the company. Ensure that board meeting documentation and securities-related filings are properly prepared.
KEY JOB FUNCTIONS
Provide advice and counsel on corporate governance and securities law matters, including Federal Housing Finance Agency, ‘34 Act, and NYSE listing requirements, among others.
Work with business clients to ensure adherence to important corporate and regulatory policies.
Provide legal advice and service by combining skill in corporate law with sound business acumen and knowledge of business goals and objectives of the company.
Assist in the coordination of Fannie Mae Board of Director meetings.
Draft Board of Director meeting materials, including Board resolutions and minutes.
Maintain and update corporate governance guidelines, Board Committee Charters, and relevant policies and procedures.
Perform director independence, conflict of interest, and related party analysis.
Monitor evolving best practices in corporate governance.
Provide excellent client service and respond to Board member requests as needed.
May draft comment letters, analyze legislation that impacts the company, and assist the company in responding to inquiries from Congress and government agencies.”
I want to thank UES for finding this and sharing with us! I highly doubt they wanted this to see the light of day at this juncture. So much for trying to keep the coup plan secret. I know I broke the silence in an earlier comment but this is incredible. Keep the Faith!