Dixon Hughes Goodman

  • Quantitative Credit Leader

    Job Locations US-NC-Raleigh
    Requisition ID
    Credit Risk Management
  • Overview

    DHG ranks among the top 20 public accounting firms in the nation. With more than 2,000 professionals in 30+ offices located in 13 states, we combine extensive tax, assurance and advisory experience with a focus on relationships and personal service to help our clients achieve their goals.  People, careers and flexibility are at the heart of DHG’s culture making it a great place to build a valuable career.


    Quantitative Credit Leaders are professionals with initiative, dedication and ambition to serve the growing practice.  They analyze data from various engagement transactions but with a primary focus on a macro portfolio analysis; then use this information to provide leadership support for all CRM teams in meeting client expectations.  They generate business growth through their experience and interface with clients.  They are role models for all employees by emulating the values of the firm through word and deed.  The Quantitative Credit Leaders help guide other staff in enhancing their careers and lives.

    • Maintain and achieve high quality in their work, client relations and team relations and assure that members of their team achieve the same.
    • Understand and demonstrate the qualities identified in the firm’s Code of Conduct and actively promote others to do the same.
    • Oversee credit mark calculations for loan portfolio due diligences
    • Coordinate with other DHG resources to round out the broader portfolio valuations (credit mark, yield mark, pre-payment estimates) on due diligences 
    • Maintain credibility and contact with various investment bankers (as indirect tie to future due diligence work) 
    • Coordinate transactional credit review findings to recommended quantitative estimates.
    • Work with Director in staging, monitoring, and gauging all loan review and due diligences for targeted firm goals of profitability, utilization, and realization 
    • Comply with professional standards, ethics and industry regulation
    • Provided technical and managerial leadership.
    • Provide overall leadership, supervision, training, and performance feedback to staff.
    • Seek and implement innovative approaches/solutions, while actively stimulating innovative thinking among others.
    • Monitor and/or enhance client service through quality, efficiency, identification and delivery of value-added services, and overall excellent client relations.
    • Appropriately communicate with co-workers to ensure that needed information is shared, deadlines and modified deadlines are communicated, and that they have information they need to complete their work and meet respective deadlines.
    • Complete at least 40 hours of CPE per year, with at least 12-16 hours being in leadership related skill development.
    • Network with others in industry, prospective referral sources, and/or prospective clients by activities such as joining a trade or profession association and participating in a leadership capacity.
    • Participate in management meetings, demonstrating active leadership and initiative.




    • 7 – 15 years of relevant experience, ideally in Data/Quantitative Analysis required
    • 3+ years of experience in a managerial capacity in a professional service environment is preferred
    • Bachelor’s degree in relevant discipline required
    • Familiarity with Credit Risk, particularly from a bank’s perspective required
    • Proficiency with EXCEL spreadsheets, pivot tables and databases required
    • Proficient in communicating through technology with local and remote staff required



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