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SrGrpMgr, Credit Risk

New York, New York
Risk


Job Description

The Credit Risk Portfolio Manager would have substantive bank underwriting experience in the Healthcare Industry: Not-for-Profit hospitals, corporates, and health insurance segments.  The candidate should be very well versed in industry issues and governmental changes that may impact the creditworthiness of the portfolio exposures. The portfolio, while primarily domestic, has international exposures as well and requires an ability to understand and process those significant and unique issues.  This position would report to the Credit Division Head of Corporate Credit.   The CPM is responsible for executing the credit strategy of the Firm.  The CPM is ultimately responsible for the credit quality of the portfolios, review and approval of credit requests and accurate and timely ratings incorporating market based monitoring. The CPM will have Level 1 credit authority*. The incumbent and his/her team will coordinate the BNY Mellon effort to ensure that the risk/reward balance is consistent with the company’s strategy and is responsive to the client.  The CPM manages the process, and develops a team of professionals that include Lenders, Analysts and Portfolio Administrators to achieve the above objectives.  The position requires strong and decisive credit judgment based in part on insightful incorporation of market based tools/resources.  The CPM facilitates the setting/recommendation of optimal customer credit exposure targets for approval based on collaborative interaction with the customer, relationship managers and BNY Mellon product areas.  The CPM is responsible for the timely and accurate rating of each borrower in the portfolio and must promptly escalate deteriorating credit situations.  The CPM is expected to work closely with his/her counterparts in market risk, global markets counterparty risk, Operational Credit Risk and the relevant line of business (LOB) Chief Risk Officers (CROs) to ensure that all client related risks are understood and that the relevant risk groups are apprised of relevant risk issues as they arise.
  • Handling credit requests and needs of customers both internally and externally to determine appropriate level of credit extension. 
  • As noted in the summary job description, these positions interact with the senior client facing officers in both LOBs and GCM.  The breadth of these positions is enterprise wide.
  • These positions have a high degree of interaction with salespeople in the LOBs and in Global Client Management. Review and approval of credit requests and accurate and timely ratings.
  • Internal and external presentation, communications and organizational skills are a prerequisite.

Qualifications

Bachelor s degree in accounting, finance, economics or related technical discipline, or the equivalent combination of education and experience is required. MBA, similar degree, or equivalent experience is preferred. Family Requirements: 12-15 years of total work experience, with 3-5 years of management experience, preferred. Prior experience/background in credit risk preferred. In addition, may require the following experience/skills based on primary duties: Discipline Requirements: Credit Analysis & Reporting: Formal credit training preferred. Extensive familiarity with diverse lending, work-out, operating products, attendant risk, foreclosure, bankruptcy and/or OREO assets in order to direct teams across multiple regions responsible for the completion of these tasks. Operational Credit Risk: Formal credit training preferred. Extensive familiarity with highly complex underwriting projects and rapid-turnaround, intraday funds transfers and approvals in order to direct teams across multiple regions responsible for the completion of these tasks. Country Risk: Formal credit training preferred. Extensive familiarity with borrower rating systems and tracking methodologies and fiscal and financial condition indicators in order to direct teams across multiple regions responsible for the completion of these tasks. Credit Administration: Extensive familiarity with highly complex underwriting projects and credit administration systems typically used by financial institutions in order to direct teams across multiple regions responsible for the completion of these tasks. Community Reinvestment Act/Appraisal: Formal credit training preferred. Extensive familiarity with the Community Reinvestment Act and highly complex real estate appraisals in order to manage teams across multiple regions responsible for the completion of CRA/appraisal-related tasks.

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Risk and Compliance provide risk and compliance services across all BNY Mellon businesses. Organizationally, Risk and Compliance includes the following groups: Risk Management, Compliance, Global Corporate Security, Information Risk Management and Global Business Continuity. Risk Management oversees and delivers risk services and ensures new business risks are reviewed and approved. Risk Management is organized through Chief Risk Offices for each core business and critical operation. Risk managers provide shared support to BNY Mellon for operational risk services for Global Corporate Trust, Depositary Receipts, Treasury Services and Global Operations in EMEA. Compliance helps ensure BNY Mellon's businesses maintain appropriate processes to comply with applicable laws, regulations, BNY Mellon policies and ethics. This is accomplished through business- and business partner-specific teams of professionals, under centralized global management.

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Primary Location: United States-New York-New York
Internal Jobcode: 85153
Job: Risk
Organization: Risk-HR06016
Requisition Number: 1807619