Community Development Finance Low-Income Housing Tax Credit Portfolio Manager
Location: New York, New York
Type: Full Time
Internal Number: 16238695
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Department Profile Community Development Finance (CDF) is part of Morgan Stanley's U.S. Banks Bank, NA. The team seeks to execute transactions designed to meet the US Banks' Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) obligations by lending and investing the Firm's capital in projects that benefit low- and moderate-income households and small businesses across an array of different product offerings. Primary Responsibilities The position will be responsible for managing the CDF Low-Income Housing Tax Credit portfolio, including filing regulatory reports, performance reporting to senior management and providing assistance with deal closings. The Candidate will work directly with internal staff and external partners. The position is heavily weighted towards financial analysis, project and fund performance evaluation, and requires knowledge and direct experience with affordable housing programs and tools, Low-Income Housing Tax Credits, and an understanding of the fundamentals of multifamily real estate.
??? Interface with internal operations and financial management staff to ensure the appropriate booking of investments. ??? Ensure all internal and external closing requirements are met and appropriately documented; maintain project files. ??? Review capital calls and approve requests to ensure proper disbursements, including analysis of tax benefit schedules. ??? Proactively monitor construction progress, financial performance, and covenant compliance. ??? Provide monthly and quarterly performance reporting at the property and fund levels. ??? Assist in the pre-closing due diligence and in the review and approval of various project documents ??? Help prepare credit memos for review by credit risk management. ??? Maintain all other tax equity portfolio management processes including financial analysis and projections as well as preparation of other memos and tracking for various internal stakeholders.
Skills required (essential) ??? Strong capacity, based on experience and demonstrated success, in asset management of affordable housing developments at both the property and fund levels. ??? Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to work effectively with numerous constituencies. ??? Excellent attention to detail and follow through. ??? Strong written and oral communication skills including presentation skills. ??? Microsoft Office including Excel and PowerPoint ??? Strong organizational skills and ability to work both independently and as part of a team and manage a variety of projects and tasks.
Experience ??? 5-7years of relevant work experience with a minimum of 3 years in the Low Income Housing Tax Credit program, preferably in an asset management function. Experience with New Markets Tax Credit program helpful. ??? B.A. or B.S. in Business, Finance, Economics, Accounting or other business-related field is preferred.