Bridging Underwriter – 12 month FTC – remote working

  • Remote
  • Remote
  • 4 weeks ago

Job Information

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    Salary GBP 50000.00-60000.00 / Annum
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    No. of Openings 1 opening

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Job Description

Are you an experienced Bridging Underwriter? Are you looking for a full-time position working from home? We are recruiting for an experienced Mortgage Underwriter to join a well-established team, working remotely from home. Maybe you are looking for the next step in your career or are looking to join a forward thinking organisation. This is an excellent opportunity to develop your skills within an experienced team. In return, you will receive an extremely competitive package including a wide range of benefits.

You will be responsible for assessing and underwriting complex bridging applications from brokers and intermediaries to minimise risk to the company whilst adhering to regulations and standards, duties will include:

* Assess and underwrite bridging loan applications in line with prevailing lending policy and mandate level

* Managing own pipeline of cases

* Assess and resolve risk or any issues of applications

* Assess DIPs, credit reports and all documentation to ensure applications are verified

* Review valuation reports

* Approve and reject applications in line with policy and mandate

* Recommend loans to the Underwriting Manager or Credit Team where they fall outside of the lending mandate held

* Produce high quality and articulate credit summaries, presenting a clear rationale for proceeding with the loan

* Communicating with all parties, building professional relationships with them

This is a real opportunity for candidates who are keen to use their existing bridging underwriting experience in a supportive environment with excellent scope for career progression. If you are ready for your next move, please contact us for a confidential discussion or apply today

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