Salary competitive

Job Location Dublin

Type Contract

Consultant Anna Stein


Posted 21 February 2017

Asset Manager – CCMA

Salary: Competitive


2 year FTC


Restructuring | Relationship Management | CCMA | Recovery


Due to continued growth our client is looking for an experienced professional to join their team as a CCMA manager (mortgage arrears).

In this role you will be responsible for the restructure and work-out of distressed and non-performing residential assets.



  • Effective management of Borrowers to progress objectives
  • Implement asset management strategies to maximise financial return
  • Working closely with other teams



  • At least 3 - 5 years’ experience in debt management, restructuring or workout (mortgage arrears)
  • Strong 3rd level degree
  • Strong negotiation skills
  • Relationship management is essential
  • Confidence to assume responsibility and initiative
  • Excellent prioritisation and organisational skills
  • Excellent, in-depth and up-to-date knowledge of the CCMA, CPC, MCC and how to apply these through interactions with our customers


Interested applicants should contact Anna Stein for a confidential discussion on 01 6610444 or email astein(@)

Please submit your CV in MS Word format.

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Anna Stein

01 6610 444

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