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Director, Senior Credit Officer – Financial Institution, Private Equity

  • New York, NY
  • Full Time

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Office Status: Hybrid
Salary: Up to $250,000


  • Credit assessment of the counterparty and underlying asset(s) being traded/financed.
  • Provide detailed explanation of the counterparty considered, including analysis of historical performance of existing activities, highlighting the key risk factors.
  • Provide an approval or recommendation for approval based upon the proposed limit(s) and tenor(s) being considered, document recommendation for final decision.
  • Validation of Obligor Risk Ratings, Basle II parameters (LGDs), other financial metrics.
  • Ongoing monitoring of the credit quality of the portfolio (portfolio review and early detection of deteriorating credits). Participation in the quarterly watch list review process.
  • Track credit and market trends on individual asset classes.
  • Assist the Portfolio Management and Governance team in the preparation of reporting for RISQ management and Regulators.
  • Contribution to Bank’s credit policy guidelines and overall risk appetite.
  • Participate in setting the global risk appetite for financing initiatives.
  • Assessment of SGCIB new business initiatives (white papers, New Product Committees, business rules, etc.)