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AVP/VP, Credit Officer – Corporates

  • New York, NY
  • Full Time

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Office Status: Hybrid
Salary: $135,000 – $175,000


  • To improve the risk result and the risk quality of the credit portfolio within his/her responsibility
  • To balance risk and return focus
  • Timely accurate and independent analysis of the financial and economic circumstances of single borrowers and borrowing entities (spreading of annual financial statements) as well as assigned industries and decision-making taking into account the most relevant segmentation criteria applicable to each case on hand
  • Valuation of collateral and its documentation
  • To fix the Rating in a consistent and risk-sensitive manner in compliance with the applicable guidelines and to overrule Ratings, if necessary
  • To provide advice and support to the Market unit in the internal exposure discussion
  • To get actively involved in meetings with the customer occasionally, to hold regular contact by telephone in the case of risk-critical and/or complex credit structures and/or ensure direct access to all relevant electronic deal systems (e.g. intralinks)
  • To check the contract documentation (especially credit and collateral agreements) and to ensure that the decision is implemented, in particular with respect to any restrictive provisions, covenants and/or collaterals
  • Identification and early detection of risks, perception of risk signals with proactive approach, maintaining name and accurate data in the Early Warning Tool (EWT and/or Credit Watchlist)
  • Risk classification (situational) in cooperation with other COs to ensure a consistent, comprehensible credit policy
  • To monitor and define deteriorations in creditworthiness and to pass on such commitments to the Intensive Treatment units in line with the applicable guideline (right/duty to tender)
  • Duty to inform Group Head or Head of Department of process disruptions, problematic cases, relevant decisions in individual cases
  • To comply with the Service Level Agreements in terms of quantity and quality
  • To ensure data quality (e.g. Rating, Exposure Grids, Collateral, CRR etc.), especially with respect to regulatory requirements (Basel II, KWG)
  • To promote the transfer of know-how and experience as well as team spirit
  • To assist the Head of Department or Group Head in performing risk-management tasks in their area (e.g. portfolio analyses)