Portfolio Manager, Healthcare Finance/ Senior Living Facilities

Full Time

Madison-Davis

EXTERNAL ROLE

Job Duties:

  • Manage and oversee the loan portfolio for the assigned team or RM.
  • Proactively handle all portfolio monitoring tasks including but not limited to covenant tracking and resolution, preparing monthly BBC / variance reports, and review of Loan maturities, documentation, financial reporting, etc.
  • Assist in the preparation of prescreen memorandums, loan sizing, term sheets and other tasks to support transaction origination and pipeline review.
  • Liaise between Relationship Managers and the Credit Division to facilitate credit needs of customers including pre-screening, new loan requests and any modifications or annual reviews / renewals related to existing clients.
  • Partner with the Relationship Managers (RMs) for all client matters and engage with other areas of BH to ensure high caliber customer service.
  • Interact with appraisers, accountants, attorneys and other professionals as part of account management and funding execution.
  • Prepare Credit Committee presentations and related reports for the assigned portfolio.
  • Coordinate loan closing process and facilitate the flow of legal documents between the customer, bank, and attorney).
  • Implement measures to promote early identification of risk items that may impact risk rating changes.
  • Attend site inspections and client meetings with RMs.
  • Perform other duties assigned that fall within scope of responsibility and role.

Qualifications:

  • Strong quantitative/analytical skills with knowledge of skilled nursing, seniors housing, lending to healthcare providers, and related industries segments.
  • Solid underwriting, credit, financial modeling, and writing skills with attention to detail.
  • In-depth knowledge of skilled nursing and senior housing property types and experience with other related healthcare verticals a plus (i.e. behavioral health, home healthcare, adult day care, medical facilities, as well as new construction).
  • Experience with sizing and structuring transactions.
  • Demonstrate knowledge of major risk elements within healthcare and excellent knowledge of cash flow, NOI, EBITDAR, and other revenue metrics.
  • Experience in reviewing real estate appraisals, borrowing base certificates, property reports, CMS audits, etc. as part of the credit underwriting and diligence process.
  • Strong work ethic initiative and ownership of responsibilities and assignments.
  • Excellent communication skills (verbal and written).
  • Maintain current knowledge of BOM, policy guidelines and bank compliance requirements (BSA/AML/OFAC and other regulations) and participate in training and policy initiatives as required.
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