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Big Issue Invest

Big Issue Invest

Big Issue Invest

Creating a Social Merchant Bank. Providing scale up finance for social enterprises from £50k to £1m seeking to dismantle poverty. Part of the @bigissue Group.

Professional

Location:
Vauxhall, London

Posted:
23 Feb 2013

Deadline:
Opportunity has expired

Compensation details:
Salary on application

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Industry:
Social Enterprise
Financial Services
Esc Factor:
Entrepreneurial
Exciting Brand
Social Impact
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Loan Manager

Do you want to work for a pioneering social investment initiative?

Vauxhall, London,

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Compensation details:
Salary on application

Level:
Mid Level
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 Big Issue Invest is seeking a Loan Manager for the London Region. The Loan Manager will be responsible for seeking out, developing and assessing new investment opportunities and presenting these to the Director of Lending and/or Investment. Maintaining strong relationships with clients after we have made our investment is critical. The candidate must have excellent networking and communication skills with the ability to relate to a wide range of people across the social, public and private sectors. S/he will become involved in due diligence, promotional work at conferences and researching prospective clients. 

As well as the technical skills, this job will require an energetic, enthusiastic individual with a strong sense of empathy with social enterprises who is capable of working on their own initiative with minimal supervision. The successful candidate will have substantial experience of the financial needs of small businesses. This could have been obtained through a background of financial, banking and lending roles or from hands on involvement in the running of successful small businesses or social enterprises.

Specialist knowledge of the needs and the priorities of community and social enterprises would be an advantage. Knowledge of development funds, voluntary sector grants, and the making of applications to charitable foundations and public bodies is desirable.

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