Sr. Loan Specialist - Corporate Lending - (1015)

  • Review and document all complex Commercial Loan (i. e. CRE loan up to $5. 0MM, C&I with Sub-limits, Working Capital loan, SBA 504, Int l Trade Finance loan, Construction Simple).
  • Review attorney prepared loan documents prior to borrower signing to verify inclusion of Cathay standard provision, covenant & other wording in accordance with Credit Approval.
  • Validate the receipt of the loan and borrower supporting documentation and that the request is in compliance with loan committee approval conditions, Bank's policies, procedures and Federal, State and other regulatory requirements.
  • Communicate and resolve any supporting documentation issues or questions/clarification on the CCR conditions/wording with Lending Unit and/or Cathay legal counsel.
  • Create LaserPro documentation based upon loan CCR conditions and in compliance with loan committee approval conditions and Bank's policies, procedures and Federal, State and other regulatory requirements.
  • If applicable, create escrow closing instruction and pre-closing conditions and any other conditions required Lender/Borrower information.
  • Receive signed loan documents and perform closing and funding activities including wire request, account funding, remit funds to pay off other lender, Deed of Trust recording, order tax contracts, UCC filing, set up and maintain tickler and monitoring databases (such as CASH OnTrack, Stucky and Trade Innovation etc.)
  • Responds to internal and external inquiries in a timely and satisfactory manner (i. e. Lending Units, Loan Servicing and legal counsel).
  • Login Trailing documents (such as Deed of Trust and Title policy etc.)
  • Assists in training processors
  • Education: College degree with major in accounting preferred but not required.
  • Experience: 4+ years of commercial lending and banking experience, with thorough knowledge of lending regulations.
  • Skills/Ability: PC Proficient. Strong verbal and written communication skills. Organized and detail-oriented. Ability to work independently without much supervision

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