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The Credit Risk Analyst, Associate is responsible for the implementation of the credit risk underwriting/management function for Structured Finance and Asset Securitization, providing recommendations to the credit authority. We monitor and manage the credit exposure within portfolios and individual transactions, and continually review counterparty creditworthiness. At this level, you are fully knowledgeable on the day-to-day activities of a product or process, however, will require senior input on more complex issues.
Credit recommendations to management
You evaluate credit proposals and business screening memos and make written credit recommendations to management
You identify structural risks and mitigates in prospective transactions and recommend/enhance structuring of deals and covenants in line with policies and procedures
You advise account officers on credit risk issues/terms and conditions to create the best possible deal with a goal of maximizing profit and minimizing credit cost
You directly and independently communicate with other credit divisions to obtain necessary information/comments to support making a credit decision
You provide support to senior officers in the evaluation and credit recommendation on more complex deals
Active portfolio monitoring of designated customers
You are responsible for the monitoring and ongoing credit review of individual accounts through regular/ad-hoc credit review process
You evaluate credit review applications of the designated portfolio, figure out accurate ratings and make recommendations of accurate and timely ratings to management
You conduct site visits and due diligence and attend bank/customer meetings as required
You coordinate and communicate critical account information independently and directly to various related parties throughout the bank, business line, product groups and credit divisions
You engage in special projects including preparing comparative corporate metrics reports, deal comparison tables, etc.
Are you ready for an exciting challenge?
Knowledgeable of all elements of credit and risk principles
Previous extensive working experience in financial institutions, preferably 5 years in credit and risk related function with some experience or equivalent
3 or more years of Structured Finance or Asset Securitization experience/knowledge
Sound knowledge of legal and compliance regulations pertinent to lending
Strong knowledge covering accounting rules, regulation and finance including cashflow analysis
Strong time-management/organizational and writing skills
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities duties and skills required of personnel so classified.
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