C&F Bank is recognized as one of the premier community banks in the country serving Virginians since 1927, and we are looking for a highly energetic and results focused Portfolio Manager to join our growing C&F Bank Family!
The Portfolio Manager will primarily complete their credit analysis duties for credit relationships belonging to their assigned Relationship Manager, performing all customary underwriting, risk management, and prudent credit analysis as detailed below and as detailed in the Bank’s Loan Policy.
Underwriting and Risk Management
Knowledge: 3-5 years of experience in financial services, preferably in a risk management, credit underwriting, or loan production role; previous experience in construction lending is preferred as well as experience in commercial banking. Strong financial accounting knowledge/background is required.
Skills: Demonstrated analytical skills; demonstrated proficiency in the use of standard and specialized computer hardware and software packages such as Microsoft Office; demonstrated strong oral and written communication skills.
Abilities: Read and understand a variety of reports, spreadsheets, and forms; effectively communicate information clearly through all media channels; interact effectively with clients and Bank employees at all levels; handle several tasks simultaneously and to work under time limits; must be able to effectively present findings to varied audiences.
Education: Bachelor’s degree in Finance, Business Administration, Accounting, or Economics is required; MBA preferred.
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