Key responsibilities of the Loan Agency Officer will include:The role of agent is to act as the legal representative of the lenders.The agent is appointed in the loan agreement to inter alia act as an intermediary for and on behalf of the lenders to the borrower(s).Proactively manage the day to day work flows of the Agent (e.g. drawdowns / rollovers / waivers / covenants) and ensure that these are managed in an accurate, timely and professional manner whilst ensuring that the control environment is maintained.Supporting 124 deals ranging from deals with 2 lenders to deals with 700 lenders .The Agency team supports multiple business lines throughout Europe resulting in a diverse portfolio of agency deals.
The ideal Loan Agency Officer will possess the following attributes/skills:At least 2 years + experience in Loan administrationExcellent client service: the ability to establish and maintain good working relationships with both external and internal clients including the originating business, syndications and various other departments within the Bank.Proven ability to read and interpret credit agreements.Experience with Credit Real Estate transactions including waterfall calculations, reporting and liaising with Servicers would be an advantageStrong excel skills, ability to manage own workflow and to cope with complex transactions; ability to multi-task and manage multiple demands whilst maintaining attention to detail.
If you have similar Loan Agency Officer experience to that outlined above and are looking for an opportunity within a progressive and dynamic environment, please forward your CV today.
Randstad Financial & Professional encourage applications from individuals of all ages & backgrounds. Appointment will be made on merit alone but candidates must be able to demonstrate their ability to work in the UK. Randstad Financial & Professional acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment & an employment business for temporary recruitment as defined by the Conduct of Employment Agencies & Employment Business Regulations 2003