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At Cinnaire, our people are our most valuable asset. We are committed to fostering and preserving a culture of diversity, inclusion, and equity. We strive to provide an environment that empowers the authentic expression of diverse voices and celebrates a workforce that reflects the communities we serve.
In the current pandemic environment, Cinnaire’s first priority is the health and well being of our people. If you join our team, you can expect to make your own choice of working from home or working from an office. Rest assured that strict CDC and OSHA guidelines shape our COVID-19 protocols in each of our offices should you decide that your preference is to work in an office environment. The choice is entirely yours.
The Fund Analyst, as part of the Fund Management team within Cinnaire’s Asset Management division, works closely with the Fund Manager and the Construction Asset Managers. The Fund Analyst works to continuously improve investor relations by assisting with quarterly reporting and credit projections The Fund Analyst interacts with staff at all levels in a fast-paced environment and remains flexible, proactive, resourceful and efficient, with a high level of professionalism and confidentiality.
A Portfolio Manager is responsible for the proactive management of loans post-closing. The Portfolio Manager monitors borrowers for reporting and covenant compliance, manages and mitigates potential defaults and credit losses, and conducts an annual review of each borrower in the portfolio and supports the annual portfolio review process.
The Financial Analyst works with the Portfolio Management team of Cinnaire Lending. The Portfolio Management (PM) team is charged with the oversight and administration of all tax credit deals in the Cinnaire Lending portfolio.
The Underwriter evaluates and structures real estate equity investments and assesses the risks and mitigants associated with such.
The Asset Manager - Dispositions manages the dispositions of an assigned pipeline of real estate equity investments. Generally, this includes analyzing various exit strategies to ensure the financial success of investors, continuing compliance with executed partnership equity and loan agreements, and adherence to various program compliance needs and regulatory agreements. These functions are fulfilled through ongoing negotiations, project monitoring, reporting, and relationship building with owners of individual partnerships. The DRM will direct legal counsel, tax advisors, title and all other involved parties through the closing process and effectuate a timely exit of the investor limited partner.
The Senior Vice President, Business Funding is responsible for raising loan capital and managing investor relationships for Cinnaire’s various loan funds.
The Vice President, Debt Underwriting (VPDU) leads and mentors the team that performs analysis of real estate loan transactions, primarily associated with the Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) program. They will bring a deep knowledge of the full life-cycle of the program. The VPDU assesses preliminary feasibility, adherence to underwriting guidelines and advances the transaction through underwriting process and closing. This role plays a critical function as a liaison between the origination team and the internal approval, closing and portfolio management functions. Cinnaire’s company culture emphasizes a focus on its clients and the VPDU is a key link between the client’s needs and delivering quality and sound loan transactions.