Business Banking - VP
Columbus, OH, USA | J.P. Morgan
Functions:Financial Services Professional
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Support and advise the bank’s lending activities under the U.S. Small Business Administration’s 7a, Express and 504 loan programs.
Support the business, and partner with Compliance colleagues, regarding all laws and regulations governing the business with an emphasis on Fair Lending and Regulation B as well as aspects of Dodd-Frank and other applicable federal and state laws)
Support and advise the business with respect to commercial lending transactions, including negotiating and drafting loan documents and modifications to the business’s standard loan documents and advising loan closers, customer-facing bankers, underwriters and risk officers.
Support and advise the business with respect to deposit account issues, including wire transfers, ACH and fraud matters.
Advise the business with respect to new products and pricing, marketing, regulatory and related issues impacting financial institutions operating in a multi-state environment.
Partner with other Business Banking lawyers, as well as colleagues in other lines of business, to support and help drive Business Banking and cross-LOB projects and initiatives.
JD or educational equivalent required. Attorney candidates must be in compliance with all relevant licensing requirements including the requirements of the jurisdiction where the role will be located prior to commencement of employment.
A minimum of 8 years’ experience of legal practicing experience documenting, and advising financial institutions and other lenders with respect to commercial loan transactions, including experience negotiating and drafting notes, mortgages, security agreements, loan/credit agreements, SNDAs, and related documents.
Excellent oral and written communication, time management, interpersonal and organizational skills and a proven record of successfully handling multiple responsibilities and delegating tasks in a fast-paced, high profile and rapidly evolving environment.
Knowledge of UCC Article 9 and real property law.
Experience interpreting U.S. Small Business Administration regulations, SOPs, and other administrative guidance with respect to 7a and Express underwriting, eligibility, origination, servicing and liquidation activities.
Experience with federal laws and regulations pertaining to banks, deposit accounts, negotiable instrument laws, payment systems and wire transfer laws, including but not limited to ECOA, Regulation B, Fair Lending, FCRA, and applicable UDAP laws.
Demonstrated leadership, problem solving and project management skills along with good judgment and character.
A license to practice law and be in good standing in the jurisdiction in which the attorney works (preferably Ohio or Texas).
Successfully complete a conflicts of interest clearance review prior to commencement of employment.
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