Credit Analyst in Charlotte, NC at First Horizon National Corporation

Date Posted: 11/18/2019

Job Snapshot

Job Description

To accomplish these goals, the Credit Analyst successfully executes the following:


• Write credit analyses based on established policies, guidelines, and procedures.

• Accurately and timely evaluate borrower credit risk and be able to articulate conclusions to deal team and management.

• Proactively manage own workflow

• Work with the portfolio manager in the servicing and monitoring of existing portfolio, including but not limited to the following tasks: manage receipt and calculation of financial and reporting covenants; ensure the systems of record are accurate for the loans being administered; ensure management information is reported timely and accurately.

Competency in the following is required.
• Microsoft Office
• Written communication
• Verbal communication
• Cash flow analysis
• Personal tax return analysis / Global cash flow analysis

Requirements:

Bachelor’s degree, Finance or Accounting major or equivalent in work experience. MBA preferred.

Experience Required:  2+ years as an analyst in a Bank Commercial lending group. A candidate with Commercial banking AND Commercial Real Estate experience would be preferred.

2+ years as an analyst in a Bank Commercial lending group. A candidate with Commercial banking AND Commercial Real Estate experience would be preferred.

Other Skills/Knowledge: Accurate typing, spelling and grammar skills.  Proficient with applicable computer software.  Good written and oral communication skills.  Good organizational and customer service skills.    

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