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|Title:||Middle Market Commercial Banking Officer|
|Job Location:||Nashville, Tennessee - United States|
|Salary:||$125,000.00 - $190,000.00 - US Dollars - Yearly|
|Other Compensation:||Traditional Bank|
|Employer Will Recruit From:||Local|
We are working with an extremely strong bank that is rapidly expanding their presence in the Tennessee and Kentucky markets. They are looking for a Senior Middle Market or Corporate C&I Lender who will be looked to as a key component in the banks success in expanding in this area. The bank has a very robust product offering, with local product partners, and a competitive pricing structure. With a very flat reporting structure, and many of the decisions being made within the immediate management structure of this line of business. This individual will have a significant voice in the process.
They are very focused on building the bank for the long-term and they will have very realistic growth goals in the first year. The bank looks at all types of transactions and has the ability to lead deals. They also offer a very lucrative incentive plan.
With the ability to be a critical piece in the growth of the banks corporate banking portfolio, and have a great deal of input in how to do that, as well as a very strong leadership team with a proven track record of growing markets, this will be an exciting opportunity.
The Middle Market Corporate Banker position is responsible for developing and maintaining a portfolio of complex commercial loan and/or depository relationships and servicing the client needs within that portfolio (services, deposits and loans).
•Develop and maintain a portfolio of high quality corporate relationships (companies with revenues of $30MM to $600MM).
•Have documented experience large corporate loans (greater than $1MM), club deals, syndcations and loan participations (both purchased and sold).
•Cross sell other bank products to maximize customer relationships.
•Actively participate in outside calling program designed to promote the image of the bank as an active corporate lender and to develop new business relationships.
•Refer business to other business units.
•Follow-up and resolve outstanding exceptions.
•Make presentations to senior management and loan committee.
•Maintain active contact with client base, meeting at least quarterly at their place of business.
•Maintain a current credit file, working in conjunction with credit services. In particular, ensure that contact memoranda are up to date and document the client’s current status.
•Actively participate in community functions.
•Support the bank’s CRA lending efforts.
•Sell all bank products and services
•Prepares packages for loan committee presentations.
•Communicate to customers and prospects the approval or denial of credit requests.
•Prepare commitment letters.
•Review depository activity of clients to insure compliance with BSA.
•Prepare suspicious activity reports when appropriate.
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