MUFG Union Bank Managing Director, Head of Portfolio Management Group (PMG) – TMT & Emerging Technologies in San Francisco, California
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Corporate finance professional supporting GCIB Corporate lending business principally focused on leveraged, non-investment grade and Mid-Corp Clients. Responsible for overall credit management of the GCIB NA Technology, Media & Telecom (TMT) vertical, including legal and compliance aspects, utilizing solid credit, analytical, and managerial/process management skills. Provide continuous oversight of the portfolio, monitoring for potential upgrades, downgrades, incremental business opportunities and credit deterioration with the goal of maximizing net income and reducing credit costs. Direct oversight of a group of Portfolio Managers and support staff working closely with other PM MD’s and Directors.
Advanced Credit/Underwriting Solutions:
Provide oversight to PM / GRM Deal Teams for TMT transactions (including Syndications, MUSA, GMDA and CDA), following the development and analyses of financing structures/strategies to support/identify M&A and Corporate re-capitalization opportunities
Oversee the prescreening of proposed transactions to identify critical structural issues and risks
Review the recommendations of Portfolio Managers as to underwriting and hold levels for proposed transactions to ensure alignment of risk strategy and policy
Provide required support to GRM on a “portfolio level” to assist in the selection of assets which will meet performance targets and fit the portfolio balance from a risk and return perspective
Attend bank/client meetings as necessary/appropriate.
Coordinate with CDA, SFCO or ICD when required to ensure prompt review/approval of transactions
Responsible for the direct management TMT Team together with oversight of the Vertical’s leveraged customer portfolio
Responsible for the quality of the due diligence effort of the loan portfolio within policy guidelines.
Comprehensive (and most current knowledge) of credit policy
In coordination with the MD & Head of PM, advocate on behalf of Corporate Bank as a member of the Portfolio Working Group (PWG)
Timely instruction to staff of changes to credit or other bank policies
Monitoring performance of due diligence and regularly scheduled evaluation of loan portfolio for which they are responsible
Strategic review and preparation support of detailed credit analyses for the most complex transactions and required credit application according to policy including evaluation of corporate and industry risk, historical operating performance, projected operating performance and capital structure
Mentor senior team members on managerial issues and instruct junior staff in the practice of credit evaluation techniques, and approach, including the most appropriate financial modeling techniques
Responsible for extensive knowledge of country/risk factors on a macro level and informing direct reports of such information
Responsible for knowledge of all industries and all current events in portfolio utilizing internal and external sources
Extensive knowledge of standard and non-standard bank products including loans, letters of credit, derivatives, foreign exchange, securitization and leasing
Special projects as assigned
In coordination with the MD & Group Head, responsible for interfacing with internal and external auditors and regulators (i.e., ACR, IAOA, JFSA, FRB and OCC) where appropriate, assuring passing results
Responsible for departmental compliance with internal policy and procedural requirements (i.e., ACR, IAOA, LOA and CODA) by fully understanding and ensuring adherence with USCB Operating Procedures, Americas Credit Policies (ACP), Procedures for Credit Ratings and Credit Rules for Overseas Offices
Responsible for addressing operational or credit related issues identified through audits and examinations
Develops and maintains contacts with industry organizations to keep abreast of industry developments
Maintain dialog with internal credit related support groups CRMO and CDA to ensure accurate and timely flow of information about USCB portfolio
Recommend hedging approaches where appropriate
Staff & Team Management / Administration:
Responsible for direct supervision of TMT portfolio management team
Routinely provide direction to direct reports and assess individuals’ strengths and weaknesses
Monitor staff performance and complete formal review process for such staff
Identify/require appropriate internal and external training options
Provide ongoing training/instruction through review of credit presentations
We require :
- BA or equivalent; MBA or equivalent experience required
A minimum of 12-15 years of experience in credit / portfolio management
Similar credit related banking experience
A minimum of 5 years related managerial experience
Solid credit and analytical background with related managerial experience
Completion of a formal credit-training program, money center bank preferred
Relevant credit and analytical background in non-investment grade lending is a must
Excellent written, verbal interpersonal communication skills
FINRA Licenses: Existing Series 63, 79 license holders highly preferred; otherwise required within 6 months of start date
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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