CA CIB UK
CA CIB UK
Crédit Agricole CIB is the Corporate and Investment Banking arm of the Crédit Agricole Group, the world's n°13 bank measured by Tier One Capital (The Banker, July 2017).
The Bank offers its clients a comprehensive range of products and services structured around six major divisions:
• Client Coverage & International Network
• International Trade & Transaction Banking
• Global Investment Banking
• Structured Finance
• Global Markets
• Debt Optimisation & Distribution
The Bank provides support to clients in large international markets through its network with a presence in major countries in Europe, America, Asia Pacific and the Middle East.
The Bank is particularly interested in applications from women, and will consider using positive action under the Equality Act 2010.
For more information, please visit its website at www.ca-cib.com.
This is an exciting opportunity to join a major European bank in London.
The role is within the Energy Infrastructure Group (EIG) team.
Duties, in relation to allocated portfolio files, will include preparing waiver requests for submission to management and risk and liaising with facility agents (including in-house where agency mandates are managed by Middle-Office).
Preparation of annual reviews and reviewing and update KYC information will also be involved.
The successful candidate will also be liaising with RPC (risk department) for all credit-related matters and look after general monitoring of files and transactional credit profiles.
Maintaining all portfolio-related systems, e.g.
Phidias, Eurecca and providing the sector heads with all relevant information pertaining to files under their sectorial responsibility and where applicable, ensuring that sums due (e.g.
fees) are collected and properly accounted for internally.
This position is being managed exclusively by Resource Solutions on behalf of Crédit Agricole Corporate and Investment Bank.
University graduate with a minimum classification of 2:1 or equivalent.
Or an undergraduate currently during a course of study, predicted a minimum classification of 2:1 or equivalent