Credit Risk Effectiveness and Review, Vice PresidentApply Now
- Requisition # 10045525-WD
- Job Type Day
- Location New York, NEW YORK
- Other Locations CALIFORNIA-San Francisco, CALIFORNIA-Los Angeles
- Date Posted 07/29/2021
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Reports to the Head of Credit Administration Resource Management (CARM). Responsible for a range of reviews focused on ensuring Wholesale (non-Consumer/non-Retail) credit policies, procedures, guidelines, and processes are adhered to and appropriate decisions reached. Provides assessments in support of the remediation of regulatory, internal Third Line and management self-identified issues.Provides assessments in support of the remediation of regulatory, internal Third Line and management self-identified issues. Provides guidance to Front-, Second-, and Third-Line colleagues on questions related or updates to policies, procedures, guidelines, and processes. Scope of work regularly involves multiple overlapping tasks and projects with variable objectives and timelines. Input includes advice on current requirements, opportunities for improving the efficiency and effectiveness of credit risk management and changes that are appropriate in the context of a risk-based outlook on maintaining safety and soundness. Strong skills in obtaining, compiling, evaluating pertinent information, and presenting results are central to the position. Role may be as leader or participant within the range of tasks and projects. Acts in an advisory role to business unit managers, senior lending officers, and senior credit officers/administrators regarding those tasks and projects.
Sustainability and Effectiveness Reviews:
- Reviews of credit application data on an individual and aggregated basis.
- Reviews are conducted in association with the remediation of OpenPages and other issues.
- Evaluation focuses on whether policies, procedures, guidelines, or processes were followed properly/timely and whether appropriate decisions were made.
- Reviews are conducted across various periods of time depending on the requirements for validation of remediation activity and closure.
- Monthly and quarterly reviews consistent with the requirements of Post-Approval / Process Reviews, ACS-945 and Post-Approval / Process Review Procedures, ACRP-945-1.
- In addition to encompassing some elements of sustainability and effectiveness reviews, these reviews include ongoing evaluation of exposures that rapidly deteriorate, ad hoc reviews of topics identified by management, and reviews of exposures with atypical combinations of internal vs. U.S. Regulatory Ratings.
- Results are discussed with Senior Credit Officers and Executive Credit Administration management.
- Serve as a Subject Matter Expert on various policies, procedures, guidelines, and processes based on inquiries from Front-, Second-, and Third-Line colleagues.
- Provide feedback on appropriate action to be taken based on the specifics of inquiries.
- Identify and pursue solutions for any instance in which an inquiry suggests modifications to existing policies, procedures, guidelines, and processes should be undertaken.
- Bachelor's Degree. MBA or similar advanced degree preferred.
- Demonstrated ability to facilitate project team and ad hoc processes across business lines and functions within established timeframes, including development of issues definitions, goals, and solutions, and support recommendations to appropriate forums/committees for approval and subsequent implementation.
- Ability to analyze aggregated data, evaluate trends, develop solutions to related issues and propose changes as needed relative to findings.
- Demonstrated ability to interact with and provide effective challenge to colleagues including unit managers, lending officers, credit administrators and all levels of management.
- Strong written, oral and presentation skills, particularly related to MUFG policy, procedures, and guidelines.
- Working knowledge of MUFG policies, procedures, guidelines, processes, and related information systems.
- Proficiency in Microsoft Office suite and other software used in MUFG credit risk management.
- Significant lending, credit administration, policy, examination experience.
- Experience working with the PDRR and LGDRR Scorecards and BR models as a user, reviewer, or examiner.
- Ability to critique individual instances of risk rating template use and other credit risk assessment information, particularly as contained in credit transaction proposals.
- Proficiency in credit/financial statement analysis.
- Working knowledge of banking regulations and guidance.
- Working familiarity with credit approval systems including GCARS, RACER and nCino.
- A solid understanding of business and financial markets and the effects of economic conditions on the Bank’s risk assets.
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified.
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