Capital Markets (buyside) – Equipment and Asset Based Financing

Hybrid or Remote – Office Locations In New York City and Dallas

Our client, the equipment finance division within a New York based private credit firm is looking to hire an experienced capital markets professional to join their Equipment team to focus on sourcing indirect and secondary market “buyside” originations. The successful candidate will work alongside the Equipment team’s underwriting, closing, and asset management professionals.

The client’s equipment finance division originates and purchases leases of mission-critical equipment to public and privately-owned companies as well as financial entities active in the equipment financing ecosystem. Transaction sizes are typically large-ticket but can also include programmatic funding of small-ticket portfolios.

Job Highlights / Responsibilities:

  • Solicit approved origination and syndication partners for lease transactions for purchase
  • Develop new external origination and syndication relationships
  • Work alongside underwriters during the investment committee approval process
  • Participate in investment committee discussions regarding capital markets transactions
  • Syndicate occasional excess exposures to syndication partners

Candidate Requirements:

  • A minimum of 5 years of equipment finance capital markets experience
  • Bachelor’s degree from a four-year college or university
  • High level of ownership, integrity and the ability to multi-task
  • Target Start Date: Immediate

Compensation and Benefits:

  • Competitive salary and bonus structure
  • Medical, dental and 401K benefits

To inquire about this position, please contact:

Scott Preiser SVP-Client Partner/Recruiter Molloy Associates
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