Monday, October 1, 2018 at 6:00pm to 8:00pm
Student Union (STU), STU B6
3601 Trousdale Parkway, Los Angeles, CA 90089
Corporate & Institutional Banking Development Program Analyst/Associate – Business Credit
By joining one of PNC’s Early Career Development Programs, you can explore your potential through hands-on experience in a professional environment. This is an excellent opportunity to begin exploring your career goals, while simultaneously growing new skills. The goal of PNC’s Development Programs is to move analysts and associates from development roles into production roles in one of PNC’s lines of business (LOB).
PNC Business Credit falls under PNC’s Corporate & Institutional Banking Division. PNC Business Credit is one of the top asset-based lenders in the country, with 40 offices nationwide and more than $44 billion in commitments. Business Credit provides senior secured financing with expanded capabilities including junior secured, second lien and recurring revenue loans to private equity firms and mid-sized companies. With extended reach to Canada and the UK, PNC Business Credit offers cross-border financing for U.S.-based companies, as well as stand-alone financing in those countries. PNC Business Credit’s lending approach seeks to provide maximum senior debt availability through asset leverage by finding value in accounts receivable, inventory, machinery and equipment, trademarks and patents, real estate and intellectual property.
Roles within PNC Business Credit are structured with a distinct separation of duties between credit approval, underwriting, field exams, collateral monitoring, and relationship management. The Business Credit track of the Corporate & Institutional Banking (C&IB) Early Career Development Program develops foundational credit risk management skills through rotations in Field Examination, Underwriting, Relationship Management and Business Development.
• Field Examination is responsible for the evaluation and monitoring of the credit quality and integrity of collateral pledged as security on loans to existing and prospective borrowers.
• Underwriting is primarily responsible for the preparation of financing presentations.
• Relationship Management is responsible for administering the loan and managing the borrower relationship.
• Business Development is primarily responsible for identifing credit opportunities that can help companies leverage the value of their assets to meet their business goals
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