Commercial Real Estate Relationship Manager

Company Name:
Adams Consulting Group, LLC
Our client is one of the largest New Jersey banks and is seeking an experienced Commercial Real Estate Relationship Manager to join its team. Candidates must have at least ten (10) years CRE experience, excellent business development skills and be credit trained; to be based out of the bank's Iselin NJ office.
Under general direction, this CRE position is responsible for origination, evaluation and structuring of complex loan requests and transactions. Additional responsibilities will include portfolio management and cross-selling other Bank products and increasing the bank's visibility in the marketplace. The position is considered the most experienced job in the job family.
Solicits credit-worthy potential and existing customers in an effort to develop new business and increase or retain existing business within the framework of the policy and procedures of the Bank. Promotes profitable growth of the loan portfolio and maximum customer responsiveness.
Oversees the preparation of loan presentation including detailed financial analysis and assessment of borrower's financial capacity and creditworthiness.
Assesses lending risks, identifies offsetting mitigants and makes recommendations on loan structure displaying sound credit judgment.
Establishes and promotes customer and community relationships; cross sells other Bank products and services; maintains continued awareness of market conditions and competition; continues education in financing products and techniques.
Manages all aspects of assigned loan portfolio with emphasis on covenant and bank policy compliance, credit quality and delinquency control.
Facilitates closing of the loan transactions with strict compliance with approved terms and conditions.

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