Job Location:
Irving Texas United States

Job Description

Institutional Credit Management (ICM) works closely with our ICG businesses to serve as a critical component of our First Line of defense for wholesale and counterparty credit risk management and also with our Independent Risk partners to ensure best-in-class risk and controls, as well as client responsiveness. Key responsibilities include portfolio analysis, documentation, risk identification, management, monitoring, administration, and stress testing.

The ICM Portfolio Manager (PM) will report to the Global Head of Portfolio Management (Early Warning Credit Management – EWCM or Portfolio Credit Monitoring – PCM) and will be responsible for managing the processes and systems for the detection of early signals of distress within a specific wholesale portfolio, through a selected number of metrics and indicators for Early Warning, Limits and Covenants.

In this role, the Portfolio Manager will be responsible for liaising with the Global Head Portfolio Management (EWCM / PCM),  other ICM teams, Risk Management, and business partners, and executing on the monitoring strategies and priorities, as well as contributing to the calibration of alerts, metrics and indicators for maximum efficacy.

The PM is expected to produce recommendations to the portfolio owners that may include portfolio reviews, stress tests, risk appetite and underwriting criteria recalibrations, reclassification of facilities, risk rating changes among others.

The PM will lead a team of EW / PCM Officers in their geography.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Accountability for ensuring the Portfolio management of applicable portfolio is consistent with industry leading practices and conforms to all internal credit procedures/policies, and all related regulatory expectations
  • Continuous engagement across ICM and with ICG businesses and Independent Risk senior stakeholders to so as to understand any concerns regarding execution of EW / portfolio alerts and/or emerging risks which will need to be addressed by the team
  • Execute plans, strategy and objectives for EWCM / PCM in an effective and innovative fashion; assess and report progress in meetings objectives including promotion of a healthy working culture
  • Coordinate with the Global Heads of EWCM /  PCM, ICM, and key members of governance forums as appropriate to address and escalate emerging risk concerns, and to share best practices
  • Ensure ongoing and timely feedback and coaching of EW / PCM Officers
  • Partner with applicable global, regional and industry stakeholders across ICM and within ICG and Independent Risk in the design and calibration of metrics and indicators for EW and Portfolio Health, and credit monitoring standards for applicable portfolios
  • Attract, develop and retain talent; participate in budget development and monitoring of expenses
  • Assist as Subject Matter Expert in developing/enhancing Learning, Develop and Training for EWCM and PCM; participate as guest speakers
  • Support PCM, ICM, and WCR on internal projects and initiatives
  • Support PCM and ICM Voice of the Employee (VOE) initiatives
  • Travel (less than 25%)


  • Degree in Finance or Accounting or higher degree in Business (MBA), or any other related subject
  • Financial Services experience including 7-10 years of credit experience in Banking or Credit Risk Management
  • Superior risk assessment skills
  • Fully conversant in credit policy and risk principles and perceived as a respected carrier of risk culture
  • Ability to recognize and address major types of risk, including market, operational and cross border
  • Solid knowledge in risk and regulatory capital issues as they relate to transactions, portfolios and businesses
  • Recognized as a skillful manager who effectively delegates, provides feedback and coaches the team proactively
  • Proactively engages team, partners and seniors to collaborate across the organization and takes a holistic client-centric approach
  • Highly Effective interpersonal skills
  • Solid organizational skills
  • Exceptional written and verbal communication skills.


  • Inclusive and friendly corporate culture where gender diversity and equality is widely recognized
  • A socially active team and communities with diverse networking opportunities
  • Competitive compensation package
  • In-depth knowledge of HR Administration, Workday data management knowledge, and country legislation regarding hiring and onboarding.


Job Family Group:

Risk Management


Job Family:

Credit Decisions


Time Type:

Full time


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