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Associate, Finance & Debt Capital Markets at Black Creek Group

Posted in Admin - Clerical 30+ days ago.

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Type: Full-Time
Location: Denver, Colorado

Job Description:

#About the Job

Position Summary:

This position will work with the Debt Capital Markets, FP&A, and Accounting teams on financing transactions, lending relationships, cash / liquidity reporting and forecasting, hedging, and treasury operations. Certain functions described below shall be shared across company platforms.

Essential Duties:

Debt Capital Markets

  • Calculate, monitor and report in-place and projected financial covenants for corporate and secured financings, including recourse obligations – for internal and external purposes

  • Ongoing tracking of secured and unsecured debt markets, debt strategies, debt tracking, etc.

  • Prepare loan abstracts for newly closed loans and update quarterly financing summary

  • Periodically update finance dashboard to be used for acquisition underwriting

  • Track ancillary business for primary lending relationships

  • Work with the FP&A team, complete miscellaneous projects related to the firm's capital raising and investment initiatives on a time-sensitive basis, including public market comparable company analyses, M&A valuation work, and joint venture structural evaluations

  • Assist in conducting capital market research by analyzing comparable company financial reports, analyst research, economic reports, and general real estate research

  • Produce tenant credit research reports for acquisitions and ongoing portfolio management

  • Assist with structuring, negotiating, and closing loans

  • Prepare financing request packages, including updating Argus and property underwriting for potential lenders

  • Provide due diligence and underwriting information to potential lenders

  • Summarize and analyze financing quotes received

  • Assist in implementing and monitoring interest rate hedges including swaps and caps, reviewing hedging implications from an accounting and finance perspective and maintaining ongoing regulatory compliance and ISDA documentation

  • Other ad hoc analyses and reporting

Treasury Management

  • Perform day to day treasury activities of the organization related to operational cash flow, borrowings, debt and capital management, plus ongoing capital/cash flow projections for project-level and consolidated operating purposes (near term sources and uses)

  • Partner with FP&A team on forecasting, treasury management and certain corporate modeling activities, including periodic reports to management regarding cash activities

  • Monitor and optimize cash balances and either pay down debt or invest cash in short-term fixed income vehicles to maximize returns and preserve principal

  • Manage loan draw requests and line of credit borrowings/repayments for unsecured and secured debt (including multiple construction loans)

  • Determine and implement treasury management software requirements

  • Serve as System Administrator for Treasury related systems

  • Maintain policies and strong internal controls over the treasury and risk management functions, including online banking platform administration, and partner with accounting on testing and improvement of the control environment.

  • Work with Debt Capital Markets and Accounting teams to research programs for investing excess cash

Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • A Bachelor's degree (in finance or accounting is preferred) and minimum of 5 years of applicable work experience is required.

  • Prior experience in the following areas also preferred: cash management, liquidity planning and control, management of interest, procurement of finance and financial investments, banking and agency ratings, and corporate finance. * Excellent written and communication skills required.

  • The incumbent must be a proactive, good listener, collaborative problem-solver, self-motivated and a team-oriented individual.

  • Proficiency in Argus, Excel, PowerPoint, and Word required; Argus certification preferred.

  • Demonstrated leadership capabilities required. Willingness and ability to travel required.

  • Ability to handle sensitive and confidential information required.

  • High ethical standards required.