Project Manager - Deal Underwriting

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Job #: 16097
Status: Inactive / Filled
Title: Project Manager - Deal Underwriting
Job Location: Saint Louis, MO
Base Compensation: $75,000 — $100,000
Total Compensation: $90,000 — $130,000
Benefits: strong benefit package
Is Employer Willing to Relocate?: No
Employment Type: Full Time / Direct Hire
Job Categories: Commercial Lending - Real Estate; Finance; Specialty Lending
Industries: All Industries; Banking; Construction; Energy / Oil & Gas; Real Estate / Mortgage


Opportunity to join a fast growing investment division of a Fortune 500 company. This job is helping them underwrite, structure, negotiate and close complex renewable investment deals.


Underwriting/Closing 1. Prepares high-quality underwriting packages in support of the proposed complex investments, identifying the strengths, weaknesses and risks. Advocates for credit approval while leading a balanced discussion at Investment Committee. Upholds credit policy and underwriting guidelines and explains any deviations. Follows-up on open matters raised during Investment Committee. Obtains formal credit approval. 2. Reads and reviews complex legal documents pertaining to the tax structured investments. Works with counsel and business partners to negotiate and mitigate risks. 3. Reviews transaction projections to analyze and preserve acceptable economic returns. 4. Closes transactions in accordance with credit standards and requirements while managing the expectations of our clients and furthering client relationships. 5. Engages third party professionals (attorneys, accountants, diligence experts) in coordinating the drafting, collection and review of the documents and financial projections necessary to close the investments. 6. Coordinates with internal and external departments to facilitate the underwriting and closing of the investment. 7. Initiates the investment funding at closing and coordinates the transition of the investment to other various departments post-closing. 8. As capacity permits, participates in the early-stage review of potential investments to identify major risks prior to formal underwriting. 9. Helps explore and develop new products and tax credit financing programs 10. Participates actively in special projects, including the establishment and revision of internal policies and procedures.


Bachelor's degree in finance, accounting, economics or real estate MBA degree desirable Must be an advocate for promoting sustainable resources In-depth knowledge of the applicable tax credit program Proficient computer skills, especially Microsoft Office applications and financial spreadsheets Highly motivated, detail-oriented self-starter Ability to work cohesively in a team of people with diverse backgrounds and skill sets Ability to work under deadlines and manage multiple investments at one time Ability to interpret data and identify issues Analytical and problem-solving skills Well-developed reading, writing, verbal presentation, and mathematical skills Strong interpersonal and organizational skills

Preferred Qualifications:
3-5 years of relevant renewable tax credit experience, or comparable work experience Commercial real estate, banking or renewable energy background preferred


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