Business Development Officer II in Naples, FL at First Horizon National Corporation

Date Posted: 10/27/2019

Job Snapshot

Job Description

Duties and Responsibilities
• Ability to win business based on building value, loan structure and relationship management not rate and fees
• Offer educational programs to COI’s to expand referral sources
• Determine proper loan structure, eligibility for program and creditworthiness of borrower
• Work with customer to collect all required application documents and verify documents for completeness, accuracy and eligibility
• Analyze financials to determine likelihood of repayment, work with credit team to pre-qualify loan and then final decision
• Must have a thorough understanding of SBA policies and structure, product knowledge, and financial analysis
• Assists Underwriter, Loan Documentation Specialist in collection of documents to complete the application & closing process.
• Determines which documentation is required in accordance with both loan size and collateral. Responds accurately to borrower's/applicant's questions regarding the necessity of required documentation.
• Maintains open line of communication and positive relationships with all parties involved in transaction, including Customer, COI, Underwriter, Credit Approvers, Loan Documentation Specialists and Servicing team members.
• Possesses proficient knowledge of bank’s credit policy and SBA SOP - ensures that all activities and work functions comply with compliance requirements, as defined in company policies and procedures, state/federal laws and regulations and the SBA's standard operating procedures (SOP) and the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), thus protecting continued status as a Preferred Lender under the PLP program
• Attends all required SBA & USDA training, webinars, etc. to stay up to date on all product changes.
• Review Term Sheets and Commitment Letters for accuracy before presenting to customer
• Comfortable presenting to large groups
• Will be assigned production goals for SBA/USDA production with expectation of achieving those goals through external referrals.
• Self-originated loans must be referred to a Relationship Manager for access to full Bank Product Suite.
• Attends and actively participates in regularly scheduled division meetings and on-going training.
• Works in corroboration with teammates and bank partners to escalate their level of performance within the organization.

Education and/or Work Experience Requirements:
• Bachelor’s degree or equivalent work experience
• At least 10 years of SBA 7a Lending experience
• Reliable Productive Referral Network
• Documented Production of $15,000,000+ per year
• Working knowledge of SBA SOP 50 10
• NAGGL/SBA Industry educational classes a bonus
Abilities/Knowledge/Skills/Training/Systems
• Ability to identify and escalate variances (as appropriate)
• Ability to offer appropriate resolutions to mitigate risk
• Ability to think independently and as team player
• Ability to meet deadlines under pressure
• Current extensive SBA SOP 50-10-5 knowledge
• Comprehensive knowledge of proper structure of SBA loan and SBA eligibility requirements
• Demonstrates an understanding of applicable bank policies and procedures as they pertain to the satisfaction of loan closing conditions as well as vendor documents and services
• Strong/effective verbal and written communication skills
• Self-starter and works with minimal direction
• Good personal computer skills with demonstrated knowledge of Microsoft EXCEL, WORD, Outlook
• Strong time management and organizational skills evidenced in previous assignments.
• Demonstrated above average problem solving skills, excellent verbal and written communication skills, and ability to handle and prioritize multiple tasks.
• Ability to read, analyze, and interpret common technical journals, financial reports, and legal documents.
• Ability to write reports and correspondence routinely.
• Ability to respond to common inquiries or complaints from customers, regulatory agencies, or members of the business community.
Knowledge of USDA B&I and/or Community Facility Loan Programs a plus

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