Credit Analyst (363959) New York, New York

Job Description

• Primarily responsible for assessing, managing and monitoring the credit risk associated with the assigned accounts.

• Closely work with the GAM & credit from pre-screening, credit analysis, as well as continuously monitor the client's financial performance and associated risks. He/she would be able to provide an independent assessment from a credit / policy perspective.

• Every CA will be assigned to specific account(s) instead of being aligned to a specific GAM portfolio

Key Roles & Responsibilities

• Interact with GAM/CCM-G to gather deal requirements, financial statements and other inputs for performing quality analysis and due diligence.
• Responsible for the credit risk aspects of the Group Mandate/US FAM BCA (new/renewal/amendment/review date extensions) process such as preparing ESRAT, Scorecard, in-depth industry, business & financial risk analysis and related mitigants
• Preparing the credit aspects of the Account Plan
• GCC Coordination (obtaining date) if required for any group mandate.
• Ensure compliance of all internal and regulatory credit/other portfolio related policies e.g. preparing the Country portfolio standard checklist, Temasek check, other special reporting requirements, etc.

Post Deal Account monitoring
• Monitor Risk Triggers, Covenants and other credit conditions and ad hoc credit reports appropriately - preparing reports, escalation, and take actions to GAM/Risk, as per policy/procedure.
• Ensure receipt of Quarterly/Annual/Interim Financials for private clients (non-publicly traded) from GAM
• Ensure Zero BCA over dues i.e. file an extension if required.
• Liaise with Credit on BCA and other credit issues and ensure quick turnaround on queries.
• Alerting / Escalating the issue to the GAM/CCM-G & other stakeholders in case any of the Credit Approval conditions in the Group Mandate/US FAM BCA have not been complied with within stipulated timelines
• Conducting Factory Inspection & preparing Inspection Reports (CTA/LC specific)
• Preparing the call report on credit/risk related discussions if the CA attended the meeting.
• In partnership with the GAM, ensure timely identification of accounts to be put in EAR/ASTAR as per the bank's policies and guidelines
• Preparing the EAR/ASTAR/Adverse news report note based on their own research and inputs from GAM and circulation to relevant stakeholders as per policy/procedure.
• Attend EAR/Portfolio meetings calls along with the GAMs
• Coordinating internal/external audits
• Attending CAT meeting - CTA Specific

• Prepare timely Stress Tests (wherever required or requested by GAM/Risk/Management).
• Prepare specific industry study
• Prepare Credit Opinion reports wherever required.
• Participation in the Business Continuity Planning Testing Process

Qualifications & Skills

• Educational background in accounting and/or knowledge of accounting
• Knowledge of U.S. financial markets and financial industries including banking, broker-dealer, and insurance industries
• Knowledge of U.S. regulatory environment
• Two to six years of experience in credit analysis of U.S. entities, preferably U.S. banks, broker-dealers, insurance companies, and finance companies
• Responsive team player

• Analytical skills including skill to identify and analyze key risks and mitigants.
• Ability to conduct industry research and analysis, counterparty ratio analysis, and stress testing, among others.
• Ability to independently work on assigned accounts.
• Strong verbal and written communication skills in English

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