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VP/SBA Relationship Manager (two positions: SWB156 & SWB157) – Irvine & Arizona

Responsible for business development, underwriting and analysis of SBA 7a & SBA 504 loans. Develop new relationships with prospective clients, retain existing business and promote additional Bank services. Responsible for generating and maintaining SBA loans as well as deposits. Represent the Bank, primarily for SBA lending, at various civic and community functions to further enhance its image and development of additional business. Knowledgeable in SBA and Bank lending policies, underwriting guidelines and loan structures. 5 – 7 years experience in all phases of lending with emphasis on SBA lending including 7a and 504 Programs. Strong knowledge of accounting principles, tax return analysis and analytical interpretation of balance sheet as well as income statement analysis and cash flow. Must have secondary knowledge of bank operations and other daily banking functions to maintain understanding of customer management and product delivery in general. Bachelors degree or higher is desired.



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