The CDLI Asset Management Analyst will assist in the management of a portfolio of closed debt and equity investments. The Asset Management Analyst will analyze and timely report on asset performance, work with asset managers to recommend timely action on customer requests, and facilitate timely assessment and reporting of risk ratings and asset quality indices to Management and Credit. The Asset Management Analyst will report to the Director of Community Development Lending and Investing Asset Management (or if there is no such person to the Director of Community Development Lending and Investing). CDLI Asset Management Analyst will be responsible for the following with direction from supervisory colleagues:
Duties and Responsibilities:
- Facilitate monitoring of equity investment value and loan risk factors through the timely receipt and reporting of current and relevant information by developing and maintaining relationships with General Partners/developers, management agents, lenders, contractors, accountants, third-party consultants, and others. Propose appropriate action plans, help/ obtain investor and/or credit approval, and ensure their correct implementation to preserve investor value, reduce risk of loan loss, and maintain compliance with current tax law and other affordable housing regulatory requirements.
- Assess project and partnership compliance with Low Income Housing Tax Credit and Historic Tax Credit provisions, terms of partnership agreement, loan documents, operational benchmarks, and financial covenants. Provide identification and reporting of risk factors which could result in non-compliance.
- Complete, in a timely manner, required monthly, quarterly and annual reporting activities including; monthly and quarterly operating performance and asset quality index reviews. Manage collection of priority returns and asset management fees. Review, analyze, and report on required financial statements and tax returns including a comparison to original cash flow and debt service coverage projections. Ensure expected tax benefits are properly claimed on partnership tax returns through timely review and comment. Annually confirm engagement of CPA firms and track progress of deliverables.
- Evaluate proposed annual budgets for trends in income, expenses, cash flow and debt service coverage. Review annual property operating budgets for performance in comparison to original projections and make inquiries as necessary. Monitor and analyze construction and lease-up progress to project tax benefit delivery and update rates of return to the bank or investors. Review monthly construction draws, change orders, architect and inspector reports, construction schedules, leasing and traffic reports. Identify and report issues potentially impacting the project’s risk profile or investment return, including timing and amount of tax credit and tax loss benefits, ability to achieve stabilization, permanent loan conversion, and equity/grant/sub-debt pay-ins. Review capital calls from developer/GPs. Ensure required performance benchmarks are achieved and the requisite documentation is provided (in accordance with partnership agreement). Calculate annual tax credit amounts from final cost certification/8609s, and calculate first year tax credit delivery from actual lease-up figures. Prepare final upward or downward capital adjustments pursuant to the terms of the partnership agreement.
- Perform periodic property site inspections and identify potential issues. Maintain familiarity with regional and local economic and demographic trends within portfolio markets. Provide site visit reports and follow-up on findings. Evaluate physical condition of assets and determine future capital needs.
- Bachelor’s degree from accredited university. Finance, accounting, or business degree preferred
- 0-2+ years of LIHTC experience
- Basic proficiency in excel modeling
- Basic knowledge of limited partnership agreements and loan documents with focus on guarantees and security
- Basic understanding of analyzing sponsor financial statements, real estate owned schedules, organizational structures, and business plans
- Strong presentation skills to Credit and other internal stakeholders
Base Salary Range: $55,000 - $70,000
The base salary range represents the low and high end of the salary range for this position. Actual salaries will vary and may be above or below the range based on various factors including but not limited to location, experience, and performance. Colleagues in this position are also eligible for participation in Huntington’s annual incentives program. In addition, Huntington provides a variety of benefits to colleagues, including health insurance coverage, wellness program, life and disability insurance, retirement savings plan, paid leave programs, paid holidays and paid time off (PTO).
Exempt Status: (Yes = not eligible for overtime pay) (No = eligible for overtime pay)
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