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Under the direction of senior staff, perform the necessary review/analysis (as generally outlined below) required to assess existing and prospective clients and counterparties for onboarding and execution.
PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES :
Marketing/Business Assessment Responsibilities:
Work closely with NAB Originations and Product Partners to identify customer business opportunities and gather required information to complete a business screening, including NBC (as required), and update pipeline report, and conduct internal discussions, as necessary.
Analyze and review transaction proposals, focusing on structure, terms and conditions and profitability
Engage as needed and when appropriate with Customer, Agent Bank, Bank Participants, Lawyers and other professionals.
Coordinate with ACD on initial credit risk screening to determine credit risk appetite / rating to support the business case.
Prepare credit applications for submission , including but not limited to:
Coordinate/Manage all compliance requirements (COI, Reputational Risk, KYC, etc.)
Ensure all related internal policies and procedures are followed, including sector/industry risk limits
Work seamlessly with ACD counterparts to coordinate completion of credit assessment, assisting with any required due diligence needed to finalize the credit opinion/approvals.
Conduct in depth review of all legal documentation, in addition to commitment letters, NDAs, and LOIs, etc. (working with the Legal Department or Outside Counsel, as required)
Create pricing waiver and profitability projection to assess the business case and secure required internal support and approvals.
Engage PMO Team, as necessary, to assist with mitigation of risk appetite/returns.
Provide strategy review and related commentary for the purpose of completing the Comprehensive Annual Reviews
Monitor market movements and news in coordination with ACD & ARM - submitting Form 19, when applicable.
Prepare and present monthly and quarterly PCC materials and updated Exposure Strategies for clients, in coordination with ACD.
Manage credit issues with the clients - including assessment of requests/changes and restructuring.
Make recommendations on action/plan to ACD (and senior management, when necessary) as it relates to credit issues/restructuring/exposure management.
With the support of the PMO team, execute strategies to hedge/reduce exposure.
Assist with regulatory related requests/meetings/presentations, as needed.
Assist with audit related requests/meetings/presentations, as needed.
Assist and coordinate onboarding requests, booking requests, and other administrative functions with the Middle and Back Office.
Respond to various customer requests.
Assist senior staff with other administrative duties within the team, as assigned.
Four-year college degree in Accounting, Business, Finance or Economics or strong quantitative background
Formalized Credit Training (preferred) from an accredited financial institution
3-5 years credit experience in a financial institution/rating agency (financial sector coverage experience preferred)
Effective oral and written communication skills
Strong PC skills, including knowledge of MS Word, Excel and PowerPoint
Good interpersonal skills and a team oriented person
Company Overview Mizuho Americas is a leading financial institution comprising several legal entities, which together offer clients corporate and investment banking, financing, securities, treasury services, asset management, research and more. Mizuho's operations in the Americas connect a broad client base of major corporations, financial institutions and public sector groups to local markets and a vast global network. Mizuho Americas is an integral part of the Japan-based Mizuho Financial Group, Inc. (NYSE: MFG), which is comprised of offices in nearly 40 countries, approximately 60,000 employees, and assets of more than USD 1.8 trillion. Learn more at mizuhoamericas.com.
Mizuho Bank Ltd. offers a competitive total rewards package. We are an EEO/AA Employer - M/F/Disability/Veteran. We participate in the E-Verify program. We maintain a drug-free workplace and perform pre-employment substance abuse testing.
Internal Number: 6190623
About Mizuho Bank
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