MUFG Union Bank Commercial Letter of Credit/Collections Specialist - Hybrid in Charlotte, North Carolina
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This is a hybrid position. There are flexible work from home options available. A member of our recruitment team will discuss the options with you in more detail.
Commercial Letters of Credit Senior Specialist responsible for processing of letters of credit and documents examination.
Issuing /Advising: Process/second check Import/Export l/c transactions, strictly observing Head Office and front office guidelines as well as applicable U.S. and Japanese laws and regulations.
Assist supervisor with the l/c workflow, monitor pending l/c transactions; review and release inquiry cables; assist customers in preparing l/c application; complete daily reconciliation of l/c transactions.
Check Import/Export shipping documents against L/C terms and conditions, ensuring compliance with: (a) OFAC, EAR, Anti-Boycott, BSA AML and JFEL; (b) UCP and ISBP, and (c) organizational policies and procedures.
Contact applicants, beneficiaries or presenting parties to get instructions for the timely resolution of identified discrepancies on documents.
Endorse Bill of Lading, Bill of Exchange, or Original L/C, where applicable, in accordance with standard procedures.
Prepare cables to issuing or negotiation bank: (a) requesting a waiver for discrepancies, or (b) notifying status of discrepant documents.
Perform required follow-up activities, ensuring identified issues are resolved within prescribed timeframes.
Prepare cover letters for the documents, which are to be sent on remittance or approval basis to the issuing bank.
Verify and release L/Cs, amendments, payments, and sign negotiable instruments in accordance with: (a) prescribed time frames, and (b) the authorization limits established by the Executive Management.
Contact the customers, obtaining the required instructions for resolving pending discrepant documents.
Assist the supervisor in preparing various reports for the department management.
- Respond to inquiries received from customers and issuing/negotiating banks regarding pending documents and/or Letters of Credit.
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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