Posted

30+ days ago

Location

San Jose, CA

Description

Operations Analyst
  • Locations Raleigh, NC (remote until COVID-19 restrictions lift)
  • Duration 6 months+
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Job Description
Comprehensive knowledge of the Syndicated and Commercial Loan Market, especially as an Administrative Agent, and understands market conventions for managing the product
In depth knowledge of Syndicated and Commercial Lending Operations including: Credit Agreements, new facility onboarding, loan servicing, Fedwire payments, General Ledger reconciliation, trading via assignment, revolving credit facilities, term loan facilities, etc.
Knowledge of industry standards and best practices for Syndicated and Commercial lending operations, as well as market initiative to streamline and automate the settlement and servicing for Loans
Perform Bilateral loan services, service Small Business Administration (including 1502 reporting), Special Assets, Commercial Real Estate (including Construction) and C&I loans
Knowledge of Commercial Loan Documents, including loan notes or agreements, credit memos, collateral agreements, etc.
Ensure all lending transactions are booked and managed correctly, minimizing operational risks and losses and ensuring compliance with all bank policies and procedures
Comfortable managing all aspects of Syndicated and Commercial Lending, including interaction with senior internal and external stakeholders: Clients, Investors/Lenders, Issuing Banks, Syndications, Front Office etc.
Ability to analyze and streamline operational processes enhancing productivity and efficiency. Lean Six Sigma certification is a plus
Knowledge of Bank systems used to manage the Syndicated lending business: Loan IQ
Very strong written and verbal communications skills
Ability to manage multiple priorities and operate in a high-pressure environment
Review current business workflows and provide recommendations for optimization applicable to internal policies and procedures, and controls and processes designed to comply and identifying gaps as necessary.