U.S. Bank Senior Credit Officer, Renewable Energy Investments in Concord, New Hampshire
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This SCO (Senior Credit Officer) executive is responsible for reviewing and approving Renewal Energy Tax Credit deals as well as associated debt transactions. The SCO will assist in the underwriting, structuring, negotiation and closing of equity and debt investments that the utilize Renewable Energy Tax Credits (RETC). They will report to the Executive Credit Officer for Community Development Corporation (CDC) and Commercial Real Estate (CRE). This leadership role is a critical partner to US Bancorp Community Development Corporations’ Management Team, and they will be responsible for influencing and implementing policies and procedures that ensure the ongoing success of the business line. The role will be an individual contributor, growing into a larger credit approval role in the CDC.
Bachelor's degree, or equivalent work experience
15 or more years of experience in an applicable risk management environment
3+ years of underwriting or credit management experience in the RETC sector
Demonstrated results in designing, delivering, and sustaining major enterprise-wide initiatives
Extensive project finance background with an Understanding of Tax Credit programs, their risks relevant to US Bank and how to effectively mitigate risks; Proficiency in transacting in non-recourse project finance debt products including tax equity and debt; Specific ability to underwrite non-recourse lending products; Ability to apply knowledge to new business opportunities (e.g. new tax credit programs, new asset classes) to address relevant risks and benefits.
10+ years of experience in Energy/Power sector, with specific CRE experience
Credit risk management experience in the RETC space, including debt and equity products
Demonstrated ability to effectively lead, coordinate, and manage process
Familiarity and comfort with the relevant terms of other sources of financing that are commonly used in connection with these transactions and how to balance needs of the financing providers with overall financing constraints
Ability to conceptualize and structure complicated transactions that rely on knowledge of tax law, accounting practices, financing tools and underlying real estate and/or operating business
Ability to read and negotiate complex legal documents
Ability to interact well with other parties, in person and by phone and email, to effectively communicate and resolve issues verbally and in writing and maintain strong relationships
Ability to work effectively in a field and work environment that is dynamic and evolving
Ability to analyze complex financial models for accuracy, programmatic compliance, credit risk and accounting principles
Ability to manage the approval process and closing process with many internal and external parties.
Ability to influence senior level leadership
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U.S. Bank is an equal opportunity employer committed to creating a diverse workforce. We consider all qualified applicants without regard to race, religion, color, sex, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or veteran status, among other factors.