Director Credit Risk
Coral Springs, FL, USA | Fiserv
Functions:Financial Services Professional
Job Description:55 people have viewed this job
What does a great Credit Risk Director do?
The Fiserv Credit Risk Organization is responsible for managing the risk throughout the lifecycle of the firm’s products and services.This is an exciting and fast paced organization where your contributions as a Credit Risk Director can significantly impact Fiserv’s bottom line.
Manage a portfolio of high risk merchant accounts in the airline, cruise line and travel sectors.
Manage a portfolio of problematic and /complex merchant accounts in the corporate and middle market segment.
Prepare monthly reporting for senior leaders with focus on key trends including liquidity, cash burn and risk values.
Determine appropriate risk mitigation strategies for problematic accounts – collateral actions, exit strategies, contract restructurings, etc
Engage with internal and external stakeholders to drive actions forward in a timely fashion to ultimately prevent/mitigate credit losses to the business.
Keep current on industry trends in the airline and cruise line space and changes in the bankruptcy code.
As the subject matter expert in the airline and cruise line space and bankruptcies, be willing to teach, train and guide colleagues.
This position has high visibility with the Chief Credit Officer and the overall Credit Committee at Fiserv.
Basic Qualifications for Consideration:
Must be an organized, intuitive and analytical thinker, with the ability to perform detailed analysis in a fast paced environment.
Strong written, oral and interpersonal skills a must including a strong ability to explain and/or present analysis to senior management, bank partners, external stakeholders, legal and ultimately our merchants.
Strong business judgement with demonstrated ability to think strategically and creatively.
Excellent negotiation and selling skills.
Strong team work skills.
Must be timely with tasks and proactive by seeking out solutions and problem resolution.
Willingness to roll up the sleeves to dive into details as a solo contributor or as a part of a team and share knowledge with colleagues.
Proficiency in Powerpoint, Excel, Word and comfortable learning and aid in developing new internal systems.
Preferred Skills, Experience, and Education:
Preferred education and/or certifications – Bachelor’s degree in Finance, Economics, Statistics or related quantitative discipline required.
Preferred experience – 8+ years of proven credit risk experience in middle market or corporate bank lending, merchant acquiring risk focused on enterprise clients, large scale asset based lending and / or credit / financial analysis at debt rating agency.Good working knowledge of US bankruptcy code and airline / cruise line sectors.
Travel required: Percentage/frequency of travel < 5%
Already a member? Sign In