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We're currently looking for a Manager, Due Diligence to join our team at Nissan Motor Acceptance Corporation in Irving, Texas.
This role will be responsible for:
- Ensures verification of financial information and determines the financial condition of Nissan and Infiniti dealers having a commercial lending relationship with Nissan Motor Acceptance Corporation and/or Infiniti Financial Services (NMAC/IFS).
- Supervises the due diligence process and identification of potential dealer defaults of wholesale agreements.
- Ensures deception detection, evidence collection, and fraud investigation.
- Maintains consistency in procedures and reporting of the due diligence function.
- Utilizes staff and technology resources to identify potential losses to NMAC/IFS commercial loan accounts.
Job functions include but are not limited to:
- Determines, plans, staffs and arranges due diligence reviews of those dealers having a commercial lending relationship with NMAC/IFS.
- Reviews the procedures and reports generated by the due diligence staff for accuracy and consistency.
- Maintains and utilizes the dealer evaluation report which ranks dealers according to their financial condition.
- Provides reports and recommendations to credit committee regarding dealers not meeting NMAC/IFS minimum capitalization requirements.
- Provides financial input on commercial loan requests. Analyzes trends in industry, floored, and non-floored dealerships to enhance the department's effectiveness in identifying weaknesses and opportunities.
- Has nonexempt through journey-level exempt subordinates or contractors.
- Supervises and provides leadership, coaching, guidance, training and staff development; interviews and selects unit employees; plans and evaluates employee performance; recommends merit increases, transfers and promotions; counsels and disciplines employees as necessary; recommends termination when appropriate; and monitors time and attendance of subordinates.
- Advanced knowledge of dealer floorplan and commercial loan origination, funding and management.
- General knowledge of fraud detection.
- Basic knowledge of bankruptcy laws and legal enforcement of default covenants and collateral liquidation.
- General knowledge of the automotive industry.
- Strong oral/written communication, interpersonal, and project management skills.
- Strong investigative, deception detection and evidence collection skills.
- Five or more years of directly related professional level Credit experience.
- Two or more years in a full supervisory role, providing leadership, coaching, guidance and training and contributing to staff development.
- An advanced degree or professional certification requiring formal education beyond college (e.g. M.A., M.S., C.P.A., J.D.).
- Working knowledge of word processor, spreadsheet, other PC applications, or mainframe applications to produce non-standard, creative products.