Job Information On Financial and real estate
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CIBC is a leading Canadian-based global Financial and real estate institution. Through our three major businesses in Financial and real estate institution – Retail and Business Banking, Wealth Management and Wholesale Banking – we provide a full range of financial products and services to 11 million individual, small business, commercial, corporate and institutional clients in Canada and around the world.
We invest in our businesses, our clients, our people and our communities to deliver consistent and sustainable earnings to our shareholders. CIBC delivers access to career and development opportunities, safe and healthy workplaces, effective training, and positive work-life balance – so that employees are able to perform at their best, contribute to their communities and focus on cultivating deeper relationships with our clients.
CIBC Real Estate Finance Division focuses exclusively on providing financing to real estate companies on both an interim/construction and term basis across Canada.
The team is comprised of experienced real estate professionals with offices located in Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton Toronto, Ottawa, London, Hamilton and Montreal. We apply industry expertise to offer full-service financial solutions to real estate companies and users across Canada.
Job Overview As part of the Real Estate Finance team, the Manager will be responsible for the development and delivery of credit and strategic solutions for Canada’s leading real estate companies – taking lead responsibility for mid-tier clients and prospects, and serving an integral support role to the Director on major strategic relationships. Success will be measured, both, in terms of the Manager’s individual performance as well as his/her contribution to the achievement of the team’s objectives.
What You’ll Be Doing Business Development
- Working with other team members, to develop proposals for clients and prospective clients regarding senior and mezzanine credit.
- Identify and analyze business opportunities and determine the feasibility of potential financing transactions.
- Conduct industry research to determine industry trends and drivers. Develop/interpret financial models, including the assumptions and methodology.
- Liaise with other units of CIBC, creating and leading account teams in the crafting of proposals.
- Lead and/or assist in the preparation of discussion papers, offering memorandums, credit agreements and marketing materials.
- Lead and conduct transactional due diligence.
- Originate new client relationships that leverage knowledge and expertise, CIBC’s capabilities and that meet CIBC risk tolerances and profitability hurdles, to grow the Commercial Banking business.
- Conducting annual/interim account reviews.
- Monitor risk status of the loan portfolio and, as needed, re-define and re-negotiate loan structures.
- Update the client’s history, financial information, etc. and to identify new business opportunities.
Relationship Management Broadening and deepening client ties.
- Interact with clients, responding to questions and inquiries regarding products, services and advice.
- Track industry developments, regulatory issues and economic trends and communicate their relevance to clients.
- Attend client functions as appropriate.
What CIBC Can Offer You
- Flexible health benefits, stock purchase plan, competitive incentive pay and recognition programs
- Competitive salary and banking benefits
- Career growth, development and continuous learning opportunities
- Opportunity to be involved in CIBC events that help our communities
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