Vice President/Senior Vice President Investment Workout St. Louis

Vice President/Senior Vice President Investment Workout

Full Time • St. Louis
Who We Are

We believe that capital has the ability to transform communities for the better. As an impact investor, Advantage’s mission is to bring businesses, resources and jobs to communities that have historically lacked access to investment capital, while also generating competitive returns for our investors, proving that conscious capitalism is possible.  Since 1992, Advantage Capital has invested more than $3.8 billion in over 900 companies and projects, spanning a diverse array of industry sectors. We’ve built a sterling track record of public-private partnerships with state and federal governments and private institutional investors, directly creating tens of thousands of jobs, thousands of units of housing, and millions of kwh of clean, renewable energy in underserved communities and industries. 

Let us invest in a better future together. 
 
Our Culture 
 
Our people love what we do. We fundamentally believe that capital can change lives and we go to great lengths to give our firm the opportunity to reach the hardest hit communities in the U.S. with much needed investment. For anyone considering joining our entrepreneurial high-performing firm, know that we value: a growth mindset (never fixed), a fast but enduring work pace (rarely slow), the ability to work autonomously (no micromanaging), getting things done (talk is cheap), an all-hands-on-deck culture (a true team), a love of hard-to-solve problems (that others won’t attempt), and the character to do the right thing (always). 
 
PRIMARY DUTIES / RESPONSIBILITIES: 
  
We are seeking a highly skilled and motivated Investment Workout Vice President/Senior Vice President to join our dynamic team. As an Investment Workout Vice President/Senior Vice President you will play a critical role in managing and optimizing distressed investment portfolios, helping to maximize returns while minimizing risk. Your expertise in financial analysis, problem-solving, and negotiation will be instrumental in devising and executing strategies to enhance the performance of distressed assets. This position offers an excellent opportunity to contribute to the organization’s success in the challenging world of distressed investments.  
  
  Duties include: 
  • Conducting comprehensive financial analysis, due diligence, and asset valuation to determine the current condition and potential value of distressed investments
  • Assessing risks, market trends, and external factors impacting portfolio company performance
  • Collaborating with the investment team to develop effective workout and exit strategies for distressed assets while identifying opportunities to enhance asset performance and create value through restructuring, refinancing, and other methods 
  • Engaging with borrowers, stakeholders, and external parties to negotiate and implement workout plans
  • Building and maintaining strong relationships with clients, borrowers, legal teams, and other relevant parties to facilitate successful outcomes
  • Ensuring workout strategies and actions adhere to legal and regulatory guidelines including compliance with industry standards and internal policies
  • Developing risk mitigation plans and proactively addressing emerging challenges 
  • Preparing detailed reports on asset performances, progress of workout plans, and portfolio status
 
SKILLS & EXPERIENCE
 
  • Master of Science in Finance, Economics, Business or related field. Advanced degrees or relevant certifications (e.g, CTP, CTA, CFA) are encouraged. 
  • In-depth knowledge of financial markets, investment principles, and regulatory requirements related to distressed investments. 
  • 5+ years of experience in a relevant position, to include experience with each of the following: 
    • a. Distressed asset management
    • b. Investment workout
    • c. Conducting financial modeling, due diligence and feasibility analysis
    • d. Presenting financial analysis to project partners such as investors and/or management 
  • Experience synthesizing complex unstructured information rapidly and applies good business judgment driving quickly to deep insights into possible impacts and solutions.
  • Successful completion of employment screening to confirm education and work history.
  • Core work hours Monday-Friday 9am to 6pm. Additional hours may be required depending on workload. 
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