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The Credit Risk Review Manager is responsible for supporting the Credit Risk Review function through the assessment, on a loan specific or portfolio-wide basis, of credit quality and corresponding potential loan or other loss exposure for the various loan portfolios and activities which create credit risk. Monitor compliance with, and adequacy of, established business line and corporate policies.
1. Conduct credit risk reviews in accordance with CRR policy and procedures. Capable of managing all aspects
of assigned reviews including planning, fieldwork and recommending appropriate ratings and formal
recommendations as needed
2. Maintain specific areas of subject matter expertise (i.e. CRE, Treasury Investments, Residential Lending) and
be responsible for the ongoing education of other department members in these areas.
3. Conduct ongoing/continuous monitoring of assigned portfolios per CRR Policy. Evaluate effectiveness of
management processes in the various portfolios. Based on results, proactively recommend if change to
review frequency is warranted
4. Regular interaction with business unit leaders.
5. As a review participant:
a. Use credit and financial information to verify the credit worthiness of existing borrowers. Assess
adequacy of current risk ratings and accrual status.
b. Assess relationship manager/underwriter compliance with bank policy.
c. Verify the adequacy and completeness of credit files.
6. Provide consultative feedback to relationship managers/underwriters and unit managers relative to
credit/loan quality issues arising from reviews.
7. Assist with the development and training of less experienced analysts.
1. Bachelor's degree in related field required.
2. 5-6 years of relevant experience in credit analysis, quality control and/or credit review.
3. Detail oriented and able to work well independently and within deadlines.
4. Strong financial statement analysis skills within assigned disciplines.
5. Excellent verbal and written communication skills.