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We are looking for bilingual (French and English) candidates! This position is 100 % remote and can be done from anywhere in Canada!
The Analyst, Portfolio Management, Growth & Transition Capital supports the Growth & Transition Capital (GTC) portfolio management team by working with the Associate Managers, Assistant Vice-Presidents and the Vice President in the administration of GTC files nationally. He/she is responsible for the required follow-up and administrative support to facilitate analyzing and restructuring the GTC accounts, and, as applicable, assists in maximizing recoveries in a timely manner. The incumbent is expected to work proactively to the support the needs of the team, clients and other stakeholders in the administration of GTC accounts.
CHALLENGES TO BE MET
Manage high-risk national accounts, requiring communications on the action plans and frequent follow-up with the various stakeholders, for example, trustees and lawyers. Downgrade, write off and close files.
Handle national portfolio administration (changes with respect to file transfers, downgrades, write-offs, implementation of liquidation budgets, amendment letters to clients, letters to professionals, confirmation of balances for legal purposes, arrears follow-up, current account documentation, administration plan, etc.), as per credit policies and internal audit instructions.
Coordinate the annual review and quarterly follow-up process, including the following tasks:
Enter financial results, update the risk rating and initiate the analysis of financial statements (ratio calculation).
Review loan conditions, follow-up tasks and factors, and make the necessary changes or recommendations (for example, grant tolerances following failure to respect ratios, make adjustments to royalties and calculate payments based on Excess Available Funds).
Ensure that information is up to date in CLICS and other systems, and that the documents attached to the service request are complete.
Assist the management team by offering administrative support, developing and updating processes and procedures, and participating in special projects.
Develop and maintain strong business relationships with business centre personnel nationwide, co-workers and internal partners in order to stay current with internal practices and ensure the consistent application of policies and the achievement of common credit goals.
Carry out the preparatory work for mark to market evaluations and ensure follow-up with the director to produce the evaluations and/or memos in a timely manner, which assumes a review step and working closely with the person in charge.
Provide superior customer service by giving quick, accurate and professional answers to clients, other BDC departments and external resources in solving client problems.
Ensure that all investment management activities comply with BDC policies, procedures and audit guidelines, and act as an agent of change when creating or modifying processes.
WHAT WE ARE LOOKING FOR
Degree in business administration or finance
Three or more years of progressive and relevant experience, preferably in financial services or consulting
Excellent knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint), Microsoft Access and other computer systems and software
Excellent administration and organizational skills
Superior time management and prioritization skills
Customer service orientation
Excellent written and oral communication skills
Bringing innovative ideas forward to help with efficency and client experience
Ability to work independently and under pressure
Bilingual in both official languages (French and English)
With us, you'll be able to achieve the work/life balance you're looking for, with competitive working conditions and above-market flexible benefits. This includes modern workspaces to work from when you are in our offices, and, for some specific positions, the ability to work remotely, on reserve, and/or within your community.
Important Point to Consider
Vaccination Policy for COVID-19: The health, well-being and safety of our colleagues, clients and of the community are a top priority for us. Effective November 8, 2021, BDC requires that all employees and consultants be fully vaccinated. A solemn declaration will be requested to this effect.
While we appreciate all applications, we advise that only the candidates selected to participate in the recruitment process will be contacted. If you are a candidate with a disability and need an accommodation to complete the application process, please email us at , and include your full name, the best way to reach you, and the accommodation needed to assist you with the application process.