VP / Director - Fund Finance Loan Capital Markets

London Permanent
  • Fund Finance, Insurance, Financial Institutions Loan Syndication, Distribution
  • Leading Corporate Bank. London.

About Our Client

Leading Corporate Bank

Job Description

Exciting opportunity for a VP / Director - Fund Finance Loan Capital Markets with a leading Corporate Bank. London.

Role Description

Our client's Commercial Banking division has a rich heritage of supporting businesses and the economic prosperity of the nation. Primarily focused on UK businesses or those with strong links to the UK. We provide customers with the support they need to help them grow, manage risk and improve efficiency. We continue to invest in our relationship teams and deepen our product expertise to ensure we deliver first class service.

Commercial Banking provides support to Corporate and Institutional clients through the provision of core banking products, such as lending, deposits and transaction banking services. Whilst also offering clients expertise in capital markets (private placements, bonds and syndicated loans), financial markets (foreign exchange, interest rate management, money market and credit) and private equity. This enables us to meet the varying and sometimes complex needs of all types of clients.

You will have primary responsibility for all coordination, underwriting and best efforts mandates in relation to Financial Institution ("FI") loan transactions, working in close collaboration with the relevant sector teams (e.g. Banks, Financial Sponsors, Insurance etc).

In addition you will have broader responsibility for shaping, driving and embedding the medium-term distribution strategy for FI transactions as part of the broader Syndicate and Sales team strategy.

You will provide constructive challenge and support to the Head of Corporate and FI Loan Syndicate and leadership and coaching to junior members of the Corporate and FI and Syndicate and Sales teams more broadly.


  • Take a lead role in the delivery of FI Loan Syndicate objectives. Support FI sector teams in managing strategic client relationships, increasing share of mind, and driving revenue opportunities
  • In conjunction with other stakeholders, develop and deliver a distribution strategy for FI sector assets which will include identifying additional distribution channels and potentially new product opportunities
  • Proactively engage portfolio reviews and drive origination activity. Lead on client pitches to win coordination, underwriting and best efforts mandates. Support FI sector teams in executing transactions
  • Lead successful syndication/sell down of any underwritten financings. Manage the development and delivery of budget plans for FI Loan Syndicate
  • Manage relationships with the FI sector teams and other internal stakeholders including the wider Syndicate Teams, Loan Sales, LBCM, Risk and Client Products
  • Represent the Bank on transactions and at various industry or market related events

The Successful Applicant

Exciting opportunity for a VP / Director - Fund Finance Loan Capital Markets with a leading Corporate Bank. London.


  • Significant experience in the syndicated loan product and in leading deal teams
  • Understanding of Fund Finance structures (e.g. subscription lines, capital call, gearing, NAV etc) and Insurance structures
  • Outstanding understanding of credit and financial analysis and their application in transaction structuring
  • Knowledge and experience of other debt financing and risk management products (e.g. bonds, USPPs, derivatives)

What's on Offer

The package will be excellent

Tara Bagley
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CFO & Financial Management
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