Paralegal – Banking Jobs in Vancouver, BC | Norton Rose Fulbright

Norton Rose Fulbright

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Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP is currently seeking a Banking Paralegal to work in the Vancouver office. This position will appeal to candidates who thrive in a high performance culture, supporting the fast-paced, established Commercial Banking Group. As a Paralegal you will be responsible for a wide variety of legal and administrative duties dealing with all aspects of loan transactions, mortgages and lien related filings and corporate transactions.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for conducting searches of title and due diligence searches
  • Arrange for title insurance policies, preparing title reports and detailed title memorandum
  • Draft diligence reports for clients, monitor and report on due diligence for transactions
  • Draft correspondence to clients and financial institutions
  • Involvement in all aspects of a closing, including scheduling, expediting items to meet deadlines, coordinating receipt of closing documents and funds, reviewing/revising final closing documentation, conducting and verifying final title search requirements and completing the registration of documentation
  • Organize and maintain post-closing matters and preparing closing Record Books
  • transaction work including handling uniform commercial filings, loan documents, stock transfers, board minutes, and general corporate matters
  • Assist with loan transactions, mortgages and lien related filings, corporate transactions which includes formation, venture capital investments, and mergers and acquisitions.

Job Requirements:

  • Paralegal certification from a recognized program
  • Minimum of 2-3 years of experience in a law firm
  • Knowledge of Land Titles Act, statutes, rules and regulations applicable to real property law
  • Strong technical skills, proficient in the Microsoft office suite, and experience with commercial real estate software
  • Ability to correspond with clients, government and quasi-governmental officials in a fair and professional manner
  • Exceptional written and communication skills, meticulous with details and follow-up
  • Highly organized, take initiative, prioritize with the ability to multi-task and juggle multiple files in a fast-paced environment
  • Strong attention to detail with the flexibility to accommodate work demands
  • Ability to work independently and collaboratively as a national team
  • Demonstrate good judgment and utmost professionalism at all times and particularly when working under pressure

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