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Assist Senior Originators in deal structuring and implementation of deals in Supply Chain Finance products for Fortune 1000 companies.
Providing support in originating new business with clients and structuring client-specific domestic and international Supply Chain Finance solutions.
Coordination of opportunities in this product area, assisting Senior Originators in driving those transactions across the various stakeholders, including: Internal stakeholders such as relationship managers, credit divisions, risk management, legal, back-office/implementation and operations; and external stakeholders such as clients, counsel, technology providers and insurance brokers.
Assist Senior Originators in the preparation of term sheets, management reports, deal screening, presentations and other internal business metrics.
Analyze and research information on companies considered to be a target for Supply Chain Finance programs.
Assist Senior Originators in negotiating receivable purchase agreements, preparing structuring memos describing the structure of each deal, and driving transactions through the credit process.
Perform ongoing active program management, including but not limited to Supply Chain Finance day-to-day program management onboarding of suppliers, obligors, sellers, structural amendments, waivers, and program renewals.
Collaborate with other banks in an effort to distribute MUFG-agented Supply Chain programs in an effort to grow program size and control client exposure.
Provide an efficient balancing of the growth pursuit and financial performance with disciplined risk management practices.
Provide professional program execution, leveraging cross-selling of products within the Bank, servicing accounts, credit monitoring and transaction processing.
Bachelor's Degree in Finance, Economics, Accounting, Business Administration or a related field (or foreign equivalent degree).
10 years of commercial/wholesale banking industry experience;
Prefer 5 years of experience providing Supply Chain Finance solutions (receivable purchase and payable financing) including the structuring and execution of deals for Fortune 1000 companies (negotiating receivable purchase agreements and writing credit applications describing the structure of the deal); performing credit and portfolio management of SCF (monitoring and reporting on performance of portfolio); and portfolio monitoring using the Prime Revenue technology platform.
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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