Swiss Cottage, London (happy to talk hybrid working) Salary:
£24k - £32k (DoE)Hours:
9:30 - 17:30Reporting To:
Head of UnderwritingJob Type:
Full TimeThe Company
KSEYE Group is a bridging finance company that lends against property, the company is experiencing an exciting growth period and is now keen to welcome a Case Manager into its growing Underwriting team. If you enjoy working as part of a team, in a deadline driven environment and have strong organisational, communication and relationship management skills, please apply.Responsibilities
Education & Experience
- Assist in management of files, conducting credit, AML and other searches.
- Complete accurate notes and record keeping on each application.
- Provide regular updates to all interested parties on the application.
- Flag concerns and credit risks on information that has been collated.
- Manage a pipeline of cases pro-actively to aid swift completion of loan applications.
- Work closely with the underwriting team to facilitate their lending decisions.
- Accurately assess information and documents relating to the loan application.
- Liaise regularly with brokers, clients, valuers and solicitors.
- Identify loan applications managed by brokers/client which require more assistance.
- Manage the handover of the loan once complete to the servicing team.
- Creating and maintaining loan filing systems.
- Identify areas for improvement in the application process.
- Complete other general administrative tasks.
- Good communication and organisational skills.
- Be able to manage a volume of tasks with differing deadlines and prioritise accordingly.
- Good attention to detail.
- Be able to communicate information clearly to multiple parties bearing in mind your changing audience.
- Be a confident IT user, including strong ability with various computer packages (Word, Excel, PowerPoint).
- Previous experience in financial services, property finance, bridging or specialist lending industry is preferable.
KSEYE Group is an equal opportunities employer and is committed to ensure that no applicant or employee receives less favorable treatment on the grounds of gender, age, disability, religion, belief, sexual orientation, marital status, or race, or is disadvantaged by conditions or requirements which cannot be shown to be justifiable.