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Associate - Infrastructure PM

Employer
NIBC Holding NV
Location
Borough, South East London, United Kingdom
Salary
Competitive Salary
Closing date
Feb 13, 2024

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Job Role
Other
Sector
Finance
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Summary:

You will be primarily responsible for portfolio management activities within the traditional infrastructure sector as well as digital transactions.

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Business Unit

Infrastructure is one of the core activities within NIBC Corporate Banking and is a dynamic business unit in an international business context. We provide financing solutions to the companies active in the infrastructure sector with increasing focus on the "Infrastructure for the future" - digital, social and energy transition with additionally a substantial Private Finance initiative (PFI) portfolio. The London team is responsible for origination, structuring, execution, distribution and monitoring of the lending transactions within NIBC's core geographies (main focus of the London team is on the UK, Republic of Ireland and Southern Europe).

Purpose

As an associate you are a valuable member of the Infrastructure franchise. You will be primarily responsible for portfolio management activities within the traditional infrastructure sector (PFI/PPP) as well as digital transactions (fibre, data centres and energy transition). In addition, you will make meaningful contributions to the portfolio team in order to assure compliance with NIBCs credit policy (including annual reviews, internal ratings, financial analysis, waivers and amendments). You will build and maintain relationships with existing clients, partners and internal/external stakeholders. You are familiar with associated legal documentation and dealing with waivers/amendments. The current portfolio is primarily focused on senior debt facilities in the UK, Western and Southern Europe, but could also include transactions from new sub-sector niches (e.g. social infrastructure and energy transition) and transactions outside of this core area and jurisdiction.

Key Accountabilities
  • Responsible for portfolio management related matters for designated clients of the business unit, with a main focus on traditional PFI transactions and digital clients;
  • Prepare internal documents such as credit reviews, waiver/amendments and other ad hoc analysis, as required, in a timely and efficient manner;
  • Assess and negotiate complex legal documentation for waivers/amendments;
  • Involvement and attendance at lender meetings and site visits, and relevant conferences;
  • Maintain strong relationships with our partners and the senior management of companies under coverage;
  • Work with various internal systems as part of the portfolio management process. These include: Know-Your-Customer checks, internal rating tools, Risk Adjusted Return models etc;
  • Liaison by phone, e-mail and in person with internal colleagues relevant to deal execution such as (Credit) Risk, Treasury, Transaction (Credit) Committee, Legal, Operations;
  • Close cooperation with other colleagues in the UK and the Netherlands, across all functions, including attendance at team meetings;

Key Relationships

Internal:
  • Infrastructure
  • OTM Team
  • Credit Risk Management
  • Transaction (Credit) Committee
  • Treasury
  • Legal
  • Loan Services

External:
  • Clients/Sponsors
  • Agent Banks and Co-Lenders
  • Technical Advisors
  • Legal Advisors
  • Financial Advisors
  • Commercial Advisors
  • Institutional Investors

Knowledge and Skills
  • Min. 3 years relevant experience with a finance, business management, economics or engineering based degree and preferably a post-graduate degree or professional qualification;
  • Relevant experience in the Infrastructure finance arena (preferably with some PFI knowledge)
  • Knowledge of financial and project documentation structures
  • Strong credit, numerical and analytical analysis skills
  • Capable of working well within a multi-disciplined team
  • Ability to work on and take responsibility for several projects simultaneously
  • Excellent communicator and interpersonal skills
  • Team player: Excellent team work and team leadership skills
  • Good negotiation skills and the ability to make difficult decisions
  • Good time management skills: Project and time management ability
  • High standards of professional conduct
  • High standards of written and verbal skills
  • Experienced in the use of Excel, Word and PowerPoint

NIBC values diversity and views it as a competitive advantage in the market. By having a workplace in which employees can be who they are, and where different views are respected, NIBC becomes stronger as an organisation. Diversity at NIBC comprises different gender, nationalities, ages, cultures, as well as social or personal differences

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