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Credit Risk Management - Corporates, Analyst # 138374
at Credit Suisse
Credit Suisse's Corporate Credit Risk Management (CRM) team in North America partners with key stakeholders throughout the Bank to meet business demands and an evolving regulatory environment in the US. CRM is building out its Portfolio Management function in Raleigh and is seeking an Analyst – Assistant Vice President-level candidate.
CRM Portfolio Managers are expected to be experts on a portfolio of loans through rigorous monitoring of industry, business, and financial developments and detailed knowledge of portfolio risks and concentrations.
Portfolio Management Analysts and AVPs are responsible for providing coverage of an assigned portfolio and completing a variety of other portfolio management deliverables.
Roles & Responsibilities:
- Maintain financial models and complete reviews for assigned coverage.
- Present credit updates to team leads, senior management, and other department review forums.
- Regularly update peers comps for team coverage universe.
- Prepare periodic industry review for assigned industries.
- Coordinate review scheduling and ensure compliance with internal/regulatory requirements.
- Handle preparation of regular and ad-hoc portfolio management reports.
Credit Suisse maintains a Working Flexibility Policy, subject to the terms as set forth in the Credit Suisse United States Employment Handbook.
- You have an undergraduate degree in finance, accounting, economics, or a related field.
- You have relevant work experience in a credit portfolio management or loan underwriting role at a regulated bank is preferred.
- You have sound understanding of credit analysis, including industry and business analysis, financial modeling, and understanding of capital structure and loan/bond documentation.
- You have the ability to interact and build relationships with people of varying seniority and across multiple geographic locations.
- You have good communication skills and comfort presenting in front of groups of varying size and seniority.
- CFA designation preferred but not required.