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Associate Transaction Management Officer
Posted: 13 Jul 2017 07:12
Deadline: 01 Aug 2017
Category: Management
Location: Europe , Luxembourg , Angelsberg
Employment: Full-Time
Experience: From 3 year(s)
Education: Bachelor
Salary: Negotiable
Employer: European Investment Bank
About Company: The European Investment Bank was founded in Brussels in 1958 when the Treaty of Rome came into force. It relocated to Luxembourg, its current headquarters, in 1968. By 1999, it had more than 1,000 staff members, a figure that had nearly doubled by 2012; when the EIB was founded in 1958 it had 66 employees.[5] The EIB Group was formed in 2000, comprising the EIB and the European Investment Fund (EIF), the EU's venture capital arm that provides finances and guarantees for small and medium enterprises (SMEs). The EIB is the EIF's majority shareholder, with 62% of the shares.[6] In 2012, the EIB Institute was created, with the goal of promoting "European initiatives for the common good" in EU Member States and candidate and potential candidate countries, as well as EFTA nations. The total subscribed capital of the Bank was EUR 232 billion in 2012.[7] The capital of the EIB was virtually doubled between 2007 and 2009 in response to the crisis. The EU heads of government agreed to increase paid-in capital by EUR 10 billion in June 2012, with implementation expected in early 2013. For the fiscal year 2011, EIB lent EUR 61 billion in various loan products, bringing total outstanding loans to EUR 395 billion; one-third higher than at the end of 2008. Nearly 90% of these were with EU member states with the remainder dispersed between around 150 "partner countries" (in southern and eastern Europe, the Mediterranean region, Africa, Asia, Latin America, the Caribbean and the Pacific). The bank uses its AAA credit rating and funds itself by raising equivalent amounts on the capital markets.
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University degree, preferably in Business Administration,  Finance or Economics, and ideally supplemented by post -graduate studies
    At least 3 years of relevant professional experience, including a solid track record in lending to the Public Sector (i.e. sub-sovereign public authorities and public sector entities), from a structuring, origination, negotiation, credit, transaction monitoring perspective
    The ability to identify and negotiate the resolution of contractual breaches (waivers and amendments of contractual clauses).
    Understanding of the EU institutional and political framework in which the Bank operates
    Very good knowledge and experience of standard computer tools (Microsoft office). Basic knowledge of electronic document management systems (from a user perspective) would be desirable.
    Excellent knowledge of English and/or French(*) with a good knowledge of the other. Command of other EU languages (in particular Polish) would be an advantage.
Carry out annual reviews – both financial and contractual - of a portfolio of counterparts located mainly in the EU (Sub-Sovereign Public Authorities and Public Sector Entities) in order to assess their credit standing and their compliance with respective contracts
Propose internal counterpart ratings
Identify contractual breaches and propose remedies for standard cases,
Whenever required, ensure the resolution of post signature events in own portfolio, working with more senior colleagues in TMR when needed and coordinating with other EIB Directorates and with external co-financiers as appropriate
Collaborate and coordinate activities with colleagues in Credit Risk, Origination, Legal, and other Directorates/Departments
Perform ad hoc reviews, as necessary, in response to external market activity
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