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Credit Officer (m/f)

Dienstort Wien Unternehmen Raiffeisen Bank International AG
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Beschäftigungsart Vollzeit Position Projektleitung Gehaltsangabe 38.000,00 € /brutto Jetzt bewerben

Are you open to new ideas, do you value creative freedom and live for cultural diversity? Do you desire mutual trust and responsibility? Would you like to work in a bank that has grown over 125 years and is active as a leading commercial and investment bank in Austria and Central and Eastern Europe (CEE)? Then you’ve found just the right place at Raiffeisen Bank International (RBI).  

Credit Officer (m/f)

Your tasks:

  • Key responsibility for structuring of loans and loan documentation
  • Key contact for account managers and coordination with lawyers and customers
  • International and Austrian standard loan documentation
  • Review of syndicated loan agreements
  • International loan transfers and assignments
  • Performing agency tasks in respect of complex syndicated loans
  • Participation in/ lead of deal teams
Your qualifications:
  • University degree in business administration or law
  • Min. 3 years experience in banking industry
  • Experience in international loan structuring and loan documentation (LMA) as well as loan transfers and assignments
  • Excellent command of English; good command of German
  • High level of initiative and business orientation
  • Strong analytical skills, precision

Your benefits:
  • Join our dynamic and motivated team in one of the leading banking groups in Austria and Central and Eastern Europe
  • EUR 38.000,- annual gross salary excl. overtime – additional payment according to skills and experience
  • Work-Life balance due to variable working hours
  • State of the art learning and development opportunities

 
We are looking forward to receiving your online application! 
https://jobs.rbinternational.com
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