Bank of the West Credit Products Officer in San Francisco, California
Credit Products Officer
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Job Description Summary
Responsible for contributing to credit portfolio quality and processing of requests for credit extension with extensive focus on credit relationship, portfolio management and credit underwriting activities with the Relationship Management Team.
Partnering with senior team members, the incumbent is responsible for providing detailed analysis of financial statements and projections and for preparing clean transaction marketing materials, including pitch presentations and confidential information memorandum.
The incumbent may interface directly with borrowers and participating banks, attend client and prospect meetings, and prepare more complex credit analysis for agented facilities.
The incumbent must possess strong communication skills and frequently interacts with Relationship Managers, Credit Product Officers, Commercial & Corporate Bank Loan servicing, Operations, Legal and other personnel to obtain documentation or assist with loan closing and loan maintenance.
This is a Commercial & Corporate Bank sales professional entry-level role and provides individuals the opportunity to grow the skill set required for a career in relationship management or credit products.
Essential Job Functions
Supports unit's growth and profitability by producing qualitative financial reviews for transactions.
Determines optimal transaction structure by analyzing credits, including financial statement spreading analysis and cash flow projections to.
Proactively manages transaction process from pitch to closing; assists with the preparation of term sheets and monitors ongoing transactions to ensure proper documentation for loan closing.
Establishes transaction data rooms and populates with offering materials, collateral documents, and credit documents.
Attends client and team meetings and assists in determination of client needs.
Assists Senior Officers with the completion of marketing materials and other tasks as needed, providing timely, error-free analysis and review as applicable.
Interacts with Relationship Managers, Credit Product Officers, Commercial & Corporate Loan Servicing, Legal, and other related Bank personnel regarding issues of credit quality, appropriate structure, as well as new business and related trends.
Manages the risk of complex financial products and transactions
Other Job Duties
Views credit quality as a personal obligation; exhibits independent judgment; ensures balanced loan presentations; responsible for on-going account monitoring; proactive in problem detection/resolution; contributes to maintaining balance between growth and credit quality.
Provides support to the Regional and Division managers for special projects and reporting tasks. Such special projects may include transaction comparable analysis, in-market credit lists, portfolio analysis, presentations for senior bank management and the creation of excel based underwriting tools.
When applicable, interfaces directly with borrowers to obtain financial information and review financial information directly and assists in review of credit requests.
Prepares and updates reports as necessary.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Bachelor's Degree Business or Finance and/or equivalent work experience
Requires 5 years minimum experience of demonstrated commercial credit underwriting experience; preferably with middle market ticket transactions
Demonstrated experience infinancial statement spreading, tax returns and cash flow analysis
Excellent working knowledge ofMicrosoft Office (Word, Outlook, Excel)
Excellent written and verbalcommunication
Ability to performindependently with a minimum of supervision.
Good organizational skills.
Equal Employment Opportunity Policy
Bank of the West is an Equal Opportunity employer and proud to provide equal employment opportunity to all job seekers without regard to any status protected by applicable law. Bank of the West is also an Affirmative Action employer - Minority / Female / Disabled / Veteran.
Bank of the West will consider for employment qualified applicants with criminal histories pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance subject to the requirements of all state and federal laws and regulations.
Job: Business / Commercial Banking
Location: United States-California-San Francisco
Requisition ID: 047272