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Commercial Credit Officer

Job Description: Assigned as a market or industry level resource, the Credit Products Officer (CPO) is a highly skilled resource, providing expert level advisory guidance in the most complex, integrated debt capital solutions. Guidelines for assignment of CPOs include specific criteria and is made at the discretion of the Credit Products Manager (CPM) in consultation with the Market Executive (ME). The role also serves as Line/Credit approver in conjunction with Risk management based on credit approval grid and drives the internal credit approval process, loan documentation and closing. Involvement with monitoring activities/approvals is also part of the responsibilities. The CPO maintains knowledge of other BofAML products including Investment Banking and Treasury Management that have credit exposure, and leverages product expertise to deliver the best possible and optimally integrated strategic solution for the client or prospect. The role is balanced between analysis of clients and prospects and their industries, design and execution of credit solutions, and the active management of asset quality. Client facing, the CPO collaborates with the Client Manager (CM), Treasury Solutions Officer (TSO), and other product partners, when needed, to assess client needs, design integrated solutions and deliver the bank to clients and prospects. The CPO reports to the Credit Products Manager (CPM) and will be aligned to 1-3 Portfolio Management Officers (PMO), serving as a mentor/coach.   General qualifications include: BS/BA degreedesired,  7+ years of solid experience in financial analysis, structuring, underwriting and portfolio management, strong communication and analytical/technical skills, including financial accounting, modeling and loan structuring. Job number: 18061443
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
8 - 10 years

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