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Work with Account Officers to manage a large, multifaceted portfolio of commercial loans.
Lead the effort to ensure timely completion of post-closing loan management tasks such as periodic reviews, covenant compliance monitoring, obtaining borrowers' financial statements, certificates and other information as specified in the Credit Agreements.
Read annual credit reviews completed by Account Officers and provide feedbacks for quality assurance.
Update the business lines' policy and procedure on post-closing loan management on a continuously basis. Establish best post-closing management practices for different industries and different lending product types.
Participate and contribute to the management of distressed credit assets.
~~Assist the Quality Control Unit (QCU)
Play a key role within QCU to accomplish its mission: assisting in identification, assessment, monitoring and reporting of risk issues and KRIs; assisting in business process review and revision; advising and coordinating new product assessment, etc.
Analyze corporate loan portfolio data to monitor KRI limits, and escalate breach of limits.
Contribute to the continuous improvement of business procedures, risk management practices.
Collaborate with business teams and Second Line Departments to periodically update the departments Risk Assessment which covers eight risk categories- compliance risk, credit risk, interest rate risk, liquidity risk, operational risk, price risk, reputation risk and strategic risk
Coordinate between the business and auditors. Follow up on audit issues and get resolutions.
Prepare reports for projects and inquiries assigned by management ~~Job requirements
Minimum fifteen years' professional experience in the area of credit portfolio management, preferable with big US commercial banks.
Experience in covering different industries including energy, technology, material, aviation, and real estate.
Portfolio management, relationship management and credit risk administration experience preferred in corporate banking focused financial institutions
Strong interpersonal, communication (written and verbal), and organizational skills with the ability to work independently, as well as collaboratively in a team environment.
Ability to interact effectively with all levels of management, legal counsel, regulators and examiners.
Strong decision making, analytical and investigative skills
Must be open minded, detail oriented and able to multi task.
General knowledge and understanding of lending activities, bank deposit operations, and other commercial banking and legal compliance functions.
Excellent analytical skill, especially in fundamental credit analysis, both quantitative and qualitative
Proficient in financial modeling
Extensive hands on experience in credit portfolio management
In-depth knowledge of commercial loan products, debt capital market
Strong ability to understand complex deal structure, pricing strategy, and capital and liquidity constraints
Train and coach junior staff; Educate staff on risk policies and procedures