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PRIMARY PURPOSE OF POSITION
The Credit Analyst is responsible for a credit portfolio within the designated regions. Responsibilities will include assessing and analyzing credit risk associated with the wholesale power and gas activities, including trading and origination, as well as assessing/analyzing retail power and gas credit issues for the retail supply business. As a member of the credit organization, this position will require an understanding of the physical and financial products offered by the Company and the marketplace in order to properly assess and monitor counterparty credit/risk issues.
PRIMARY DUTIES AND ACCOUNTABILITIES
Assess and analyze the credit worthiness of customers and trading counterparties, and monitor current and potential exposures.
Recommend credit terms and conditions within customer and wholesale commodity contracts.
Coordinate with the margining and treasury teams on counterpart collateral including cash, letters of credit and parental guarantees. Also coordinates effectively with Receivables team to monitor aged receivables to ensure timely collection.
Assist on presentations to Senior Management that include credit decisions and recommendations, while highlighting top credit risks within the organization.
May manage credit relationships with assigned counterparties, Regional Transmission Organizations, and Gas Pipelines. Provide analytical support to senior credit team members managing these relationships.
Support the coordination, maintenance, and implementation of improved reporting and functionality of Credit Risk systems.
The Credit Analyst has some credit authority to approve credit requests in their assigned region. A Credit Analyst is closely aligned with the business and functional leaders throughout the organization, and is expected to foster and maintain strong working partnerships with their respective peers. This position requires interaction with Corporate Accounting, Corporate Treasury and Corporate Risk. The Credit Analyst will:
Support Credit leadership in managing counterparty/customer limits and exposure monitoring to maintain compliance with credit policy and specific counterparty credit terms (including margining requirements)
Negotiate or support senior credit personnel as they negotiate credit terms and conditions, participate in conference calls to assess counterparty credit worthiness, perform customer visits
Provide Credit Workout with early warning of potential high risk counterparties/customers, and assist in risk mitigation activities
Maintain Risk data system and reporting integrity
Ensure accuracy of external and internal reporting and disclosures
Participate in conference calls with upper management of customers- limited interaction with Senior Management on all credit/risk issues, including risk committee and transaction approval meetings
Rigorously follow the credit process in all transactions and derive creative solutions and structures in managing multiple risks associated with a multi-billion dollar portfolio
BS in Accounting, Economics, Finance, Mathematics, or a related degree
At least 2 years of experience in a business related field
Basic understanding of Mark to Market calculations and valuations of forward contract positions
Knowledge of credit and risk management fundamentals.
Understanding of financial and wholesale energy trading markets.
Excellent organizational, verbal and written communication skills with ability to handle multiple duties
Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to interact with commercial and functional partners, external counterparties, vendors, and senior level executives within Risk and Finance.
Must be self motivated and possess excellent time management skills
Strong computer and spreadsheet modeling skills
Ability to handle multiple tasks in a fast paced energy commodity trading environment.
Completion of formal credit training program
Exelon is proud to be an equal opportunity employer and employees or applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to: age, color, disability, gender, national origin, race, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, protected veteran status, or any other classification protected by federal, state, or local law.
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