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Opportunity to join this global financial services firm, the market leader in the disruption of the working capital finance industry. They are a leading, non-bank provider of supply chain finance and structured working capital solutions who are able to monetise future cashflows and provide early funding to suppliers, regardless of the business' size. Using technology and financial innovation, this business works to provide clients with efficient and effective solutions.
Based in their Sydney office, you will be part of the APAC head office and will be part of a newly created credit team and will work directly with the Head of the Australian Credit business. As a team you will work in close partnership with the Origination business and will have an external client facing role. You will assist in the execution of deals through credit analysis and support and will be able to interact directly with clients to ensure rigorous and comprehensive analysis is achieved. Key outcomes of the role will be to conduct counterparty credit assessment through analysing financial statements and data and recommending appropriate credit structures; to produce ongoing credit portfolio management work including both credit reviews and reporting and also assuming responsibility with Origination colleagues for the successful management of client relationships. As part of a dynamic, fast paced and entrepreneurial culture, you will be looking for an opportunity work for a growing organisation as part of a multicultural environment across multiple time zones.
Successful applicants will be tertiary qualified with 3-5 years experience post graduation in a credit role within a business, commercial or corporate banking environment and will have proven experience of preparing and presenting credit documents and papers. You will be a confident communicator who is looking to combine your credit role with exposure to clients and work for a global business in a non-bank environment. Occasional overseas travel will be involved in the role and applicants with additional language skills (eg. Mandarin, Korean, Japanese) will be well regarded.
To be considered for this opportunity please contact Ali Roger on firstname.lastname@example.org – please note that the hiring process will start in mid-January 2020.
Applicants must have full working rights in place for Australia to be considered for this opportunity.