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VC Vice President @ ATEL Ventures in San Francisco, CA

ATEL Ventures Inc., a leading provider of secured financing to venture backed companies is seeking a Vice President – Ventures for its San Francisco office. The individual is a dynamic self-starter with ten years of venture debt financing/lending experience to help cultivate our rapidly growing venture debt team.

 

The ideal candidate should have:

 

  • A selling focus with a strong preference for individuals with emerging growth financing or commercial banking experience in the technology sector. Non technology banking experience individuals need not apply
  • Relationships with leading venture capital firms, CXOs and entrepreneurs
  • Proven ability to originate, structure, negotiate and close venture debt transactions that are approximately $5mm to $10mm with companies that have investments by top tier venture capital firms.  
  • The ability to analyze business plans, financial statements, and projections
  • College degree in Business/Economics/Finance from a top tier university
  • Proven top sales performer

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Leverage an ever-developing personal network of venture capital and entrepreneurial ecosystem contacts to self-generate new loan clients and effectively handle warm leads
  • Analyze, underwrite and review key credit documents and present transactions to loan committee
  • Manage documentation, negotiating terms, and closing credit requests
  • Attend industry conferences
  • Telemarketing

 

We offer a competitive salary plus commission, benefits, great employees, and a progressive environment that encourages growth.

 

A partial list of our benefits include:

  • Medical, dental, vision, and life insurance
  • 401K with generous employer matching
  • Flexible benefits plan
  • Commuter benefit program

If Interested, Please apply here.

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Written by sandeepashah

June 10, 2020 at 10:29 pm

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