U.S. Bank Credit Analyst - Utilities/Energy Industry in NEW YORK, New York
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Works with Relationship Managers and Portfolio Managers to manage an assigned portfolio of customer relationships. Responsibilities will include but are not limited to: Completing accurate and consistent financial statements spreads, quarterly trend analyses, quarterly monitoring reports and covenant tests in accordance with bank spreading standards and credit policies. Analyzing financial data and preparing comprehensive written analyses, analyzing portfolio credit quality, assisting Portfolio Managers in preparing and presenting credit requests for Credit Approval. Completing environmental due diligence and maintaining a compliance monitoring and financial statistic database that tracks credit agreement requirements, receipt of customer’s financial reporting requirements, and credit metric trends.
The Credit Analyst acts as a first line of defense for the group:
Financial Statements, Spreads, and Quarterly Trend requirements - Prepares historical financial statement spreads, quarterly trend analysis (QTA) reports, quarterly monitoring reports (QMRs) and financial projections using standard software (currently Moody’s RiskAnalyst) for existing and prospective clients. Spreads, QTAs, QMRs, and projections will be prepared in accordance with standard requirements.
Covenant Testing - Measures, monitors, and tests a wide variety of financial covenants as specified within credit approval documents. Ongoing communication of covenant testing results to the Portfolio Managers and/or Relationship Managers or respective business line representatives.
Monitoring - Reads and interprets relevant credit approval requirements to accurately input monitoring requirements and covenants into a standard compliance monitoring system. Analyzes financial statement results and prepares reports to communicate financial performance and trends with Portfolio Managers, Relationship Managers, and / or Credit Administration.
The Credit Analyst position is meant to be a position focused on learning and growing knowledge with regard to banking, finance and the oil and gas industry:
Account Management / Client Interaction: In conjunction with the Relationship Managers / Portfolio Managers, the Credit Analyst will have some interact with the customer / agent banks as appropriate. Credit Analysts are also encouraged to attend any meetings or calling opportunities to get to know management of their assigned portfolio.
Other Developmental Goals: Credit Analysts are encouraged and expected to attend Energy Industry conferences, events, training sessions, etc. in order to gain experience specific to the Energy Industry. This position is considered a foundation to becoming a Portfolio Manager within the group.
Bachelor's degree, or equivalent work experience
One to three years of credit and/or sales experience in the financial services industry
Good understanding of credit and collateral requirements
Strong analytical and problem-solving skills
Attention to detail
Effective presentation, verbal and written communication skills
Must possess a strong fundamental knowledge of economics, accounting, and finance, and have the ability to apply that knowledge to the overall lending and business environment
Intellectual curiosity, ambition, and interest in the Energy Industry will drive a successful candidate
An understanding of fundamental credit analysis, administration, and policy and procedures are also preferred
Job: Relationship Management
Primary Location: Colorado-CO-Denver
Shift: 1st - Daytime
Average Hours Per Week: 40
Requisition ID: 170018469
Other Locations: New York-NY-New York