30 July 2014
AVP Problem Loan Management – NYC (req 2708)
Roles & Responsibilities:
-Support portfolio manager in analyzing and managing assigned portfolio to maximize loan recovery through extensive cash flow modeling, enterprise valuation, industry analysis, competitive assessment, etc.
-Assist with quarterly portfolio reviews through completion of PLM status reports and in the preparation of other regular reporting items as needed.
-Support portfolio analysis with system devleopment/data management.
-Prepare monthly and quarterly analysis of the individual accounts for discussion during the Criticized Asset Committee meetings.
-Provide in depth financial analysis of historical financial statements and operating information, and identify important value determinants and risks, using knowledge of accepted accounting principle, model design, and financial analysis
-Develop cash flow models taking into historical performance, account industry and economic environment and various restructuring alternatives
-Comfort with DCF models is critical, development of collateral and enterprise valuation models and analysis.
-Complete PD and LGD models.
-Ensure accurate regulatory rating.
-Perform industry/economic assessments, identifying economic trends, competitive analysis and business models.
-In conjunction with team leader, make recommendations regarding waivers, amendments and restructuring strategies.
-Assist in the identification of the distinctive competences, competitive advantages, and competitive weaknesses
-Prepare presentations materials, discussion points and questions prior to meetings.
-Assist in the preparation of credit approval request memorandum which support the valuation of companies and the economics of proposed transactions and identify major risks and mitigants.
-Assist with negotiations of restructuring proposals and legal documentation
Minimum Required Skills and Experience:
-2 to 5 years of experience in leveraged lending/commercial banking
-BA/BS with a concentration in finance or accounting preferred
-Ability to build detailed financial models, perform valuation analysis, evaluate credit profiles and capital structures
-Perform industry analysis and understand its impact on the credit
-Strong knowledge of secured lending, capital structures and inter-creditor issues
-Knowledge of Credit Agreements and other legal documentation
-Desire and commitment to learn new techniques to create solutions and the intellectual curiosity and flexibility to question assumptions
-Candidate should demonstrate excellent verbal and written communication skills. PC skills such as (Microsoft Word, Excel, and Power Point) are required.
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