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Director, Credit Analyst – Project Finance

  • New York, NY
  • Full Time

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Office Status: On-Site
Salary: Up to $235,000


  • Coach credit analysts and advise on deal structure and underwriting standards
  • Review credit reports prepared by credit analysts, with special attention on information integrity, analytical quality and credit merits
  • Proactively manage the portfolio the team covers
  • Update the sector related procedure and guidelines managed by CAD
  • Review and analyze credit proposals prepared by the Front Office on a timely basis
  • Joint due diligence vetting, structuring and analysis on potential transactions
  • Prepare credit assessment including adjudication opinion, projections and stress test, to be reviewed by the Head of Credit Approval prior to CAC.
  • Present and defend cases in the CAC and CMC, where applicable.
  • Vet that all applicable CPs have been satisfactorily met prior to closing/funding.
  • Review GCMS entries accordingly
  • Review legal documents with the focus on credit terms (covenants, collateral, amortization, interest rates and other special items)
  • Record Keeping – maintain and archive required documents
  • Post disbursement – prepare, jointly with the RM, interim and scheduled annual review on a timely basis.
  • Post disbursement – attend to all audit, loan review and regulatory requirements.