TPS Group Tempe , AZ 85280
Our firm is a recruiting partner to a top 10 global bank. They are seeking a Borrower in Custody and Flood Insurance Analyst for their Tempe, AZ location.
If you have experience 5 plus years experience with the Borrower-In-Custody (BIC) Program and the National Flood Insurance Program, we should talk. Please contact Brian Smith at .
For this unique and niche opportunity to advance your career with one of the largest international banking conglomerates in the world. In this role you will be responsible for the management of the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) and Federal Reserve Board Borrower-in-Custody (BIC) Program.
Responsible for managing the review of loan documents of all levels of complexity, providing a high standard of service while adhering to regulatory requirements and Bank policy and procedures.
Responsible for managing flood insurance as required under the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) to insure loans meet the requirements per the regulation.
Responsible for managing the Borrower-in-Custody (BIC) collateral pledge program with the primary objective to increase the value of the Bank pledge pool to the Federal Reserve Bank by identifying loans needed to enhance eligibility and maximize the Banks liquidity.
Responsible for comprehension of regulations associated with the Federal Reserve Bank requirements, Flood Insurance requirements, syndicated credits, commercial & real estate loan documentation (Regulation U, H,).
Responsible for UAT testing and serve as the Business Continuity Liaison for the BIC Program testing and NFIP.
Responsible for being the primary contact with the FRB for the BIC Program and OCC for NFIP.
Communicate with the front business Line(s), the Federal Reserve Bank, the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC), Bank Examiners, external examiners, and other service providers to exchange information and resolve non-routine problems.
Assist in resolution of audit issues, including handling request from auditors, Compliance, the Federal Reserve Bank (FRB), and the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC).