Union Bank, N.A. San Diego , CA 92140
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Oversight responsibility for the provision of high quality credit underwriting and portfolio maintenance to support a designated group of line units. Primary liaison between
Commercial Banking Group (Middle Market, Business Banking, and Small Business Banking) and 1st line Risk & Control, addressing credit related issues, including but not limited to, risk appetite, credit operations, underwriting processes, regulatory requirements, supporting model management, self-identified issues, coordinate exam and issues resolution management, adherence to policies, procedures, and underwriting guidelines, credit culture & awareness, credit policy support and credit strategy support. Plays a key role in balancing asset growth with credit quality as part of achieving group's financial objectives. Reports directly to the Commercial Credit Risk Officer.
Support the assigned line of business & strategy team with the development of credit related strategies focused on achieving business growth objectives, ensuring alignment with risk appetite objectives. This will require coordinating between the impacted business units, model management, credit operations, credit policy, procedures & underwriting guidelines development, quality assurance, credit training & culture and documenting the effort to support independent review.
Support efforts to identify credit risk related issues and coordinate issues resolution management. Support internal and external exams and resolutions management. Support credit policies, procedures, underwriting guidelines are updated, appropriate and align with risk appetite.
Support the quality control and assurance group to ensure policies, procedures and guidelines are interpreted correctly, tolerances established and maintained. Risk Appetite: work with the various business units to develop & monitor appropriate metrics and tolerances to ensure high quality underwriting and portfolio quality is maintained. Credit Training & Culture, ensure underwriting and portfolio management consistency across the business units; ensure business units adhere to Risk Management requirements; support the development and enhance risk management reporting.
Plays a leading role in setting expectations for ongoing credit monitoring and analysis in all segments of the portfolio. Ensures that portfolio management is consistent with Bank standards and policies, is conducted on a consistent and thorough basis, and effectively manages and monitors risk of the portfolio.
10+ years of C&I underwriting, portfolio management, and/or credit administration experience.
Knowledge, Skills, Abilities:
Strong analytical, presentation, negotiation, and interpersonal capability.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Ability to handle several complex tasks simultaneously.
Effective time management and organizational skills.
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of the 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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