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11/03 Meenal Bansal
HR Consultant at Skillventory

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Senior Credit Manager - Large Corporate - Bank (6-15 yrs)

Mumbai Job Code: 1231838

Senior Credit Manager - Large Corporate

Roles and Responsibilities:

1. Analyzing the #creditproposals for #LargeCorporate in line with Bank's internal #Creditrisk policies guidelines and thorough credit analysis by way of :

- In-depth analysis of operational, business, financial and managerial Risks aspects

- Analyzing of the borrowers Industry - Analysis of the Industry, industry structure, SWOT analysis etc.

- Comprehensive analysis of financial statements of a proposal

- To keep track of borrowers interim financials

2. To meet the client on regular basis for getting an update on the company's performance.

3. Ongoing monitoring and risk management of an assigned portfolio of credit clients and report the same to seniors. Candidate will be directly responsible for the good health of the assigned portfolio.

4. To track external events impacting the borrower / industry and in case of any trigger of early warning signals then take appropriate action on exposure including escalation to senior management.

5. Working on delinquent accounts and following up DPDs to avoid moving to EWS/Watch List category in the portfolio.

6. To adhere to TAT for reviewing the credit proposal as defined and ensure that CAM output meet the bank's standard.

7. To keep a track on exceptions particularly on the critical items such pending security perfection, covenant testing, pending documentation etc and escalate the issues if overdue for a long period.

8. Responsible for ensuring compliance to internal and external policies / regulatory regime (for example RBI's guidelines on lending, provision etc.)

Women-friendly workplace:

Maternity and Paternity Benefits

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