Conflicts Analyst

Location: New York

Contact(s): Tracey Breslin

The Conflicts Analyst is responsible for processing conflict requests for proposed new business, reopening closed accounts, potential lateral hires, business development requests, securities purchases and press inquiries.

• Perform comprehensive corporate research using the internet and online databases (Dun & Bradstreet, DNBi and Capital IQ);
• Conduct complete and well documented conflicts searches;
• Analyze and select relevant results for inclusion in conflict report, prepare detailed Conflict of Interest reports that are annotated and present the information in a logical manner to ensure clear understanding for the recipient;
• Conflict checking for incoming laterals partners and associates;
• Establish and maintain ethical walls;
• Process securities trading process requests in accordance with the Firm’s securities trading guidelines/policies;
• Respond to requests for engagement letters and waivers as well as reviewing, interpreting and summarizing conflicts report results;
• Participate in the successful evaluation/testing of new software systems and upgrades;
• Process requests for client matter re-openings; and
• Available for emergency urgent requests, occasional/scheduled after-hour and weekend projects and rotational on-call remote weekend shifts is required

Qualifications & Skills
• 5+ years of relevant conflicts experience, preferably at a major law firm;
• Working knowledge of Intapp Open, Intapp Walls, k2 New Business Intake workflow, iManage, Elite, Dun & Bradstreet, and Capital IQ ;
• Comfortable making decisions while working independently with minimal supervision;
• Able to see the big picture, but think in a detailed way
• Excellent analytical and research skills;
• Highly organized with exceptional attention to detail;
• Strong “team player” mindset with a “whatever it takes” approach to ensure the overall success of the team;
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills; and
• Must be able to thrive in a fast-paced business environment with shifting priorities and manage multiple simultaneous projects



EEOC: Cadwalader is an equal opportunity employer. We offer opportunities to all qualified persons regardless of race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, marital status, veteran status, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, or status in any group protected by federal, state or local law