Associate Director / Director, Portfolio Management

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Associate Director / Director, Portfolio Management
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About the Opportunity
Associate Director / Director, Portfolio Management

• Credit Risk & Portfolio Management

• Structured Debt & Equity Financing & Investment  

This role represents an exciting opportunity to join a highly-regarded and well known development financier, established to provide finance to support the development of infrastructure projects and businesses across Australia.

Reporting to the Head of Portfolio Management, you will work within the newly established Portfolio Management team, where you will be a key member of this innovative development finance platform. You will take ownership of the diverse investment portfolio during the next exciting phase of growth. Working closely with the Investment and Legal teams during the documentation and execution phase, you will ensure a smooth transfer of responsibility to Portfolio Management. This is a senior, hands-on client facing role, with a broad remit that requires attention to detail, adaptability and sound commercial judgement. Key is to manage and optimise the risk adjusted performance of an investment portfolio and oversee compliance of client obligations, timely production of portfolio analytics and reports as required by the or Chief Investment Risk Officer and other senior stakeholders of the business.

Tertiary qualified, you will ideally have between 8-15 years’ minimum experience in banking and finance spent within risk management, project finance, corporate credit or private debt. Portfolio management/facility administration experience with non-recourse credit documentation is essential, with infrastructure sector and special situations experience viewed favourably. Key skills and attributes will include: strong analytical and numeracy skills; a hands-on/self-starter; strong written and communication; superior stakeholder influencing and management skills; and an ability to manage multiple competing demands and priorities.  

Applicants must have full working rights in place for Australia to be considered for this opportunity.

For a confidential discussion, please contact: Rob Hockedy - rhockedy@jmes.com.au