Senior Corporate and Commercial Account Manager

Farm Credit Canada - Mississauga, ON (30+ days ago)

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Closing Date (MM/DD/YYYY):
06/14/2020

Worker Type:
Permanent

Language(s) Required:
English

Term Duration (in months):
Extensive commercial lending and credit recovery experience required:
Manage distressed or delinquent accounts of large, complex operations in primary agriculture production, agribusiness or agri-food.
Mentor front-line lending staff, Special Credit Account Managers and Corporate Credit and Credit Managers.

What you’ll do:
Analyze financial statements and determine realistic, attainable workout options
Negotiate repayment agreements and loan amendments
Manage recovery activities on complex and high-risk accounts
Collaborate with customers, lawyers, creditors and other stakeholders as required throughout the recovery process
Mentor a team of credit professionals on collections and recovery
Ensure FCC’s credit culture is understood and applied consistently throughout the corporation using your coaching skills

What we’re looking for:
Analytical thinker with solid credit risk assessment analysis and recovery skills
Strong communicator with a proven ability to co-operate with colleagues across divisions
Experienced credit coach with in-depth problem-solving skills
Multi-tasker who can thrive in a busy environment
Team player with a passion for helping others succeed
Proven collaborator able to share Canadian ag industry trends, risk mitigation techniques and recovery outcomes with co-workers

What you’ll need:
At minimum, a bachelor’s degree in business, economics or agriculture economics and at least seven years of related experience (or an equivalent combination of education and experience)
Expertise analyzing complex commercial intensive management and recovery scenarios (ABL, mortgage, short and long-term credit and revolving credit) including credit legislation, bankruptcy and receivership