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United Financial Protection Commission at http://ufinpc.org

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As the name implies the mandate of the United Financial Protection Commission is to oversee, administer and enforce the federal securities laws relating to Corporate Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A).

Secondary to our primary mandate but of no less importance, we interact with the various corporate and legal entities we may encounter during a merger or acquisition.

In addition, we have a responsibility to ensure that all parties involved in any transaction conduct their business in a fair and transparent manner.

We believe that good regulation is good for business, when fraud does occur; it damages the integrity of the entire M&A industry, we adopt a policy of strict adherence and interpretation of the appropriate Federal and State legislation's.

One of the key trends the United Financial Protection Commission must deal with is the global integration of M&A participants.

Join to our Team
The United Financial Protection Commission currently employs over 250 staff. This is a mixture of permanent staff and fixed term contract staff. Temporary staff and specialist technical staff are also contracted as and when our business needs determine. As an independent statutory body the staff of the United Financial Protection Commission are not Civil Servants.

What’s in it for you?
We like to think that our staff are some of the best in the international regulatory environment. We provide a long term commitment to personal development. Career opportunities within the United Financial Protection Commission are diverse and your long term career prospects in the finance sector generally can benefit greatly from your experience with the institution..

What’s it like to work at the United Financial Protection Commission?
You may have already formed a perception of what it might be like to work for the United Financial Protection Commission. Perhaps from what you have read in the press, your experience of working for a regulated entity or being a consumer of financial services. The following should help you decide whether a career at the institution is for you.

100 Church Street, 8th Floor, New York, NY 10007
Phone: 347.695.3020
Fax: 212.898.1143
Email: [email protected]

Created anonymously 4th May 2015 for 1 year only and subsequently renewed for a further year

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