Senior Legal Counsel Nordics

About the role


Kindred's strategic direction and business rests on a defined purpose to transform gambling and ensure sustainable growth across all our markets. Over the last 20 years, Kindred Group has brought together 9 of Europe's most successful online gambling brands, forming one of the largest online gambling companies in the world.


With so many proud achievements to look back on, our future goal is simple – to be the number one operator across all our markets. In order to get there, we will continue to transform gambling by investing in new technology, exciting products, and above all, our people.  We are proud to offer a diversified team worldwide. Over 1700 employees representing more than 60 nationalities work together to deliver the best & safest possible gambling experience for our customers every day – with major hubs in London, Malta, Stockholm and Gibraltar.


As the online gambling industry changes, we constantly keep up with new market dynamics and regulations. Innovation in technology, marketing and data offers huge opportunities to get even closer to our customers, providing world-class digital entertainment.


If you are ambitious and want to make a difference, you are the right person to embark onto this journey with us to help us grow the business to the next level.

What you will do


  • The Legal Counsel Nordics will be responsible for a variety of legal tasks, including drafting and reviewing legal documents and commercial contracts, providing feedback on legal terms and conditions, managing and keeping track of litigation and other administrative procedures, advising the line organisation on and securing overall compliance with local laws and regulations and mitigating potential risks, providing effective legal advice and support across the business, etc.
  • Have a deep and broad understanding of the legal framework in Nordic countries, with a strong focus on Norway or Finland, and Kindred's business activities in the broader geopolitical environment.
  • Responsible for providing any type of legal support required within the relevant regions or markets.
  • Communicate effectively with the Senior Legal Manager, seeking appropriate guidance if and when required.
  • Have oversight of the key legal processes, challenges and developments in Norway and Finland.
  • Invest in his/her continuous training and remain informed about all relevant legal developments, competitors and other major legal factors that affect business opportunities and risk in Norway and Finland.
  • Ensure that resources and means for measured taken are aligned with the agreed LeCoR objectives, value chain and LeCoR Mission statement.
  • Contribute and be part of an interconnected collaborative Group “hub & spoke” model between Legal, Public Affairs and Compliance (bridge), where expertise and know-how are shared and made accessible across teams, to mitigate business risks and seek more sustainable alternatives in Norway and Finland.
  • Champion across the Group and across different stakeholder fora Sustainability as a positive business value enabler/builder and a basic hygiene factor in a regulated complex industry.  
  • Work as business partner with close proximity to the line organization, champion and raise positive awareness about a “ compliance and sustainability  priority” approach to ensure Kindred Group proactively designs and runs its operations in a regulated industry on the basis of the mandatory legal requirements and standards to create a safe user experience and a reputable business, thereby generating sustainable recurring net revenue. 
  • Support and take the necessary steps to safeguard the prioritization, planning and execution of key strategical milestones in the legal risk management strategy as set out by the (Senior) Legal Manager.


About you


The Legal Counsel requires the following skills and competences:


  • You will be comfortable with reviewing laws & regulations and dealing with legal documentation and you have a solid understanding of regulatory requirements in at least one Nordic country, with a core focus on Norway and Finland  
  • Demonstrated experience in simultaneously successfully handling different responsibilities, in a high-pressure environment and against strict deadlines, and building on synergies between various teams and stakeholders
  • Strong analytical and decisive skills, with the ability to prioritize and communicate key objectives to achieve organizational goals while maintaining accuracy and quality
  • A hands-on, versatile and well-organised “Doer” who has proven to always go the extra mile, is a genuine team player and breathes the Kindred values, able to represent Kindred's best interests in various internal and external fora
  • Strong analytical and decisive skills, with the ability to prioritize and communicate key objectives to achieve organizational goals while maintaining accuracy and quality
  • Strong interpersonal and people skills, team player by nature and able to make fast and complex decisions and ensure buy-in from other business stakeholders based on a mutually respectable relation
  • Understanding of industry trends, both sector specific as digital in general, and ability to proactively translate them into the Kindred reality
  • Experience in dealing with dynamic multi-dimensional legal issues in a regulated industry
  • Deep understanding, implementation and contribution to the LeCo Value Chain collaborative model
  • Ability to foster open and pro-active relationships with direct functional stakeholders


Other relevant experience


  • Relevant experience: Professional qualification as lawyer or similar professional qualification. At least three years' experience in a legal role gained in-house or in a leading private practice; previous experience in a digital industry is highly desirable
  • Extensive experience in one or more of the following areas: Commercial, E-commerce, Intellectual Property, IT & Software, Media & Technology, Regulatory
  • Business fluency of English and at least one of Norwegian or Swedish. Knowledge of Finnish is meritorious.


How will success be measured in this role


Acting in line with Kindred Group values
Successful completion of all relevant training and other compliance activities that support Kindred's sustainable and responsible growth



Application process


Click on the "Apply Now" button and complete the short web form. Please add a covering letter in English to let us know your motivation for applying and your salary expectation. Our Talent Acquisition team will be in touch soon.

Kindred is an equal opportunities employer committed to employing a diverse workforce and an inclusive culture. As such we oppose all forms of discrimination in the workplace. We create equal opportunities for all our applicants and will treat people equally regardless of and not limited to, gender, age, disability, race, sexual orientation. We are committed not only to our legal obligations but also to the positive promotion that equal opportunities bring to our operations as set out in our sustainability framework.


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