- Strong credit background
- Analytical background
- Understanding of U.S. Commercial Real Estate and CMBS markets.
- Strong writing skills
- Good negotiating skills
- Ability to work under pressure and to meet tight deadlines. Effective management of priorities
PRIOR WORK EXPERIENCE
- 7+ years working in a Credit Risk or similar role in U.S. Commercial Real Estate and CMBS markets
- Prior credit approval delegation experience
- Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent
Master’s Degree or equivalent
Employees should understand the institution’s approach to risk management and their respective roles in supporting a strong risk culture, as outlined in the SGUS Operations Enterprise Risk Management Framework.
At Societe Generale, we live by our 4 core values of commitment, responsibility, team spirit and innovation. We are engaged and demonstrate consideration for others. We act ethically and with courage. We focus our talent and energy on collective success. We experiment and propose new ideas. This way, we maximize our ability to serve client needs and anticipate market changes. Société Générale is committed to strengthening bonds with colleagues, communities and the world in which we live, because relationships are at the heart of how we operate.
Société Générale Corporate & Investment Banking (GBIS) is the third largest investment bank in the European Economic Area and is present in more than 75 countries around the world.
The RISQ Division's mission is to contribute to the development of the SG Group's activity by facilitating the objectives of the Business Lines while maintaining independent oversight through risk evaluation and monitoring. The RISQ division in the US supports all the activities in the Americas Region (US, Canada and Latin America), which is almost exclusively GBIS-oriented.
RISQ/CIB oversees the management of credit related to corporates, financial institutions and sovereign counterparties as well as country risk for all of the Group's activities.
RISQ/CIB's duties include setting specific credit policies for each of the main businesses in conjunction with General Management, the businesses lines and other RISQ divisions where appropriate. These credit policies establish (i) the general criteria for the acceptability of credit requests for each client category and/or type of facility, and (ii) exposure limits.