Vice-President, Corporate Client Group Finance
City : WINNIPEG, Manitoba, Canada
Category : Customer Service | Client Advice | Sales
Industry : Financial/Banking
Employer : RBC
Come Work with Us!
At RBC, our culture is deeply supportive and rich in opportunity and reward. You will help our clients thrive and our communities prosper, empowered by a spirit of shared purpose.
Whether you’re helping clients find new opportunities, developing new technology, or providing expert advice to internal partners, you will be doing work that matters in the world, in an environment built on teamwork, service, responsibility, diversity, and integrity.
Please Note: This is a full-time, fixed-term contract for approximately 13 months.
What is the opportunity?
As Vice President, Corporate Client Group – Finance (CCGF), you are part of the mid-market Corporate Banking team and play a key role in the realization of Corporate Client Group (CCG) objectives through the structuring, delivery and management of the bank debt of a targeted customer base. We target loan origination in the Canadian mid-market, including large Canadian subsidiaries of foreign multinationals, private and small cap public Canadian companies, and are responsible for meeting annually established targets for loan derived revenues and returns by providing advice to our partners on optimizing the use of lending in connection with broader RBC relationship goals.
What will you do?
Support CCG relationship managers to structure, deliver, close, and monitor syndicated and bi-lateral loan transactions under direction of Director CCG Finance, including credit submissions and transaction presentations Support CCG relationship managers in the preparation and presentation of marketing pitches to existing and potential clients under direction of Director CCG Finance
Follow up and engage with RBC partners and functions including Group Risk Management, Private Banking, RBC Investments, Capital Markets, specialized teams in Commercial Financial Services (leasing, trade finance etc.), Personal Banking, and others
Work with Group Risk Management to ensure proper alignment with credit processes and client expectations Provide research, analysis, and data (market, industry, client, and competitor) to support CCG advice on the optimal amount of bank debt required to meet strategic objectives with each client relationship
Take part in the national team of CCG Finance underwriters committed to the delivery of quality credit products to RBC clients and targets
Provide analysis and support to Director CCG Finance and CCG Finance colleagues for CCG advice on risk and return associated with loan transactions contemplated as part of client strategies
What do you need to succeed?
Undergraduate degree in Business, Economics, Accounting, or Finance with a strong quantitative, financial modeling, and analytical skills with an ability to analyze company financial statements
Basic knowledge of credit, credit metrics, credit structuring and the capability to work through Loan Agreements and other legal documents
Strong skills with Excel, Word, PowerPoint and the ability to source data/research
Professional oral and written communication skills with a high level of attention to detail in both written and financial work
Ability to perform well under pressure, meet time sensitive deadlines, prioritize work and multi-task responsibilities while working on multiple projects
Well organized and able to set priorities and devote appropriate attention to each assignment
MBA, CA, CMA, CGA, CPA or CFA
Work experience in corporate lending / corporate finance / corporate lending Trained in credit and accounting with an ability to manage complex concepts
What’s in it for you?
We thrive on the challenge to be our best, progressive thinking to keep growing, and working together to deliver trusted advice to help our clients thrive and communities prosper. We care about each other, reaching our potential, making a difference to our communities, and achieving success that is mutual.
A comprehensive Total Rewards Program including bonuses and flexible benefits, and competitive compensation Leaders who support your development through coaching and managing opportunities
Ability to make a difference and lasting impact
Work in a dynamic, collaborative, progressive, and high-performing team Opportunities to do challenging work
Opportunities to take on progressively greater accountabilities Opportunities to building close relationships with clients
Inclusion and Equal Opportunity Employment
At RBC, we embrace diversity and inclusion for innovation and growth. We are committed to building inclusive teams and an equitable workplace for our employees to bring their true selves to work. We are taking actions to tackle issues of inequity and systemic bias to support our diverse talent, clients and communities.
We also strive to provide an accessible candidate experience for our prospective employees with different abilities. Please let us know if you need any accommodations during the recruitment process.
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