Credit Review Manager

Company Name:
Bank of America Corp.
Title: Credit Review Manager
Location: DE-Newark
Other Locations:
Credit Review Manager
Primary Location - Newark, DE
Alternate Location - Dallas, TX
Directs the Credit Review function for a Home Loans portfolio through the monitoring and assessment of the Credit Management Process and the Level and Direction of Risk. Manages associates or teams in an Examiner-in-Charge (EIC) or Assistant Examiner-in-Charge (AEIC) capacity for exams to ensure accurate and timely execution of Credit Review examinations. Coaches, mentors and reviews the work product of new or junior team members. Establishes working relationships with relevant Risk and regulatory business partners to facilitate ongoing dialogue of key issues and emerging risks. Additionally, interacts with senior business unit and Risk executives; prepares Quarterly Assessment Reports and Monitoring Plans; maintains awareness of current economic and business trends; and assesses the impact of economic trends on credit portfolios.

Examination Work - Home Loans Portfolio

Ability to perform loan / application level risk assessments

Strong understanding of products and policies

Demonstrated ability to identify credit risks with in underwriting and fulfillment processes

Monitoring Activities - Home Loans Portfolio

Partner with key process owners (LOB and Risk) on an ongoing basis

Demonstrated ability to communicate point of view
Build collaboration on identifying emerging credit risks and portfolio risk ratings
Required Skills:

Must have a minimal of 5 years of management experience. Strong understanding of Home Loan Products, Underwriting and/or Fulfillment processes from a management level

Excellent analytical skills

Excellent verbal and written communication skills, and prior experiences communicating with sernior leaders

Sound listening and leadership skills

Ability to support conclusions through fact based analysis and influence senior leaders
Desired Skills:

Working knowledge of the consumer credit market

Consumer Risk Management experience

Credit related audit/risk/strategies experience
QC-Credit Risk
Organization: 7045-CORPORATE AUDIT

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