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Bank of America Sr. Leasing Syndications Specialist in Charlotte, North Carolina

Sr. Leasing Syndications Specialist

Boston, Massachusetts;New York, New York; Chicago, Illinois; Charlotte, North Carolina

Job Description:

Seasoned syndications professional responsible for executing the strategic mandate within Bank of America Global Leasing Capital Markets Group for fee income generation and to assist in the production of held volume as well as helping to achieve the goals of the overall Capital Markets Group, including Portfolio Trading and Acquisitions.

Facilitate the syndication of equipment finance and leasing solutions to Bank of America clients, as well as identifying and maintaining relationships with syndication investors. Fully knowledgeable of Bank of America/Global Leasing and investor and competitor views on market outlook, economic forecasts and market trends.

  • Assisting assigned sales officers in pricing, structuring, pitching and selling syndication, arrangement or advisory products to qualified end user clients.

  • Facilitating preparation and completion of confidential information memorandums and associated transaction presentation materials.

  • Selling transactions to qualified financial intermediaries.

  • Facilitating the closing of syndication transactions.

  • Managing, developing/prospecting and maintaining relationships with assigned investor accounts, geographies and/or investor classes.

Required skills: "Must" have these skills to be minimally qualified

  • 7+ years of experience in syndications of equipment leasing and finance transactions with a proven track record.

  • A background in any of the following disciplines is desirable: relationship management, credit, structuring, pricing and legal/contracts.

Desired Skills:

  • In-depth industry knowledge and networking presence; in-depth understanding of the syndication and equipment finance market and competitive landscape.

  • Broad and deep knowledge of all key aspects of leasing and equipment finance including syndications, relationship management, credit, structuring, pricing, accounting, finance, tax and documentation.

  • Knowledge of syndication assignment agreements, participation agreements, trusts and other third-party documentation.

  • Highly persuasive and a strong negotiator.

  • Effective communicator.

  • Proven ability to build partnerships; builds collaborative relationships with peers, associates, management and clients.

  • Proven ability to build a client driven environment; consultative finance expert.

  • Proven ability to function independently, as well as prospering in a team environment.

  • Excel at Risk/Reward Equation.


1st shift (United States of America)

Hours Per Week:


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