DLL is not your average financial services company. In fact, we’re above average in almost every way. With an employee engagement score of 85% (compared to the 72% industry average), it sure seems like we’re doing something right. And, while most companies survive fewer than 20 years, 2019 marked our 50th.
We collaborate with manufacturers, suppliers and businesses in more than 30 countries to enable the acquisition of equipment, technology and software that companies need to contribute meaningfully to their communities. We believe in partnering with our customers to develop innovative and sustainable financial solutions that deliver meaningful value to the world.
At DLL, we are committed to making sure that all people, regardless of their race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, age, religion, physical characteristics or mental abilities, feel welcomed and encouraged to be their authentic selves. We strive to create an inclusive environment that is reflective of the communities in which we operate. Come see what all the excitement is about.
As the Portfolio Manager, you will improve the company’s risk position through active account management. This position will develop and maintain customer (manufacturer, vendor, distributor, dealer, and end user) relationships that will ensure profitable growth through a quality portfolio within an assigned geographical territory (New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Vermont, Connecticut, Maine, and Rhode Island). This is a very autonomous role (you can be based anywhere in New England) which will require a self-starter who can manage time and priorities well with a focus on results.
Day to Day:
Travel intensive: New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Vermont, Connecticut, Maine and Rhode Island
Maintain positive relationships with manufactures, vendors, distributors, dealers, and end users through regular interaction and sight visits
Management of past due accounts which require assistance from the field for problem resolution (such activities will be coordinated with the collections staff)
Protect company assets through prompt actions regarding retail and wholesale collection
Develop and implement action plans to limit delinquency and risk costs
Meet with customers to resolve past due accounts
Draw up final notice and consequences
Define payment plans for debtors
Continue collection in case of litigation or bankruptcy
Coordinate and/or conduct repossessions with applicable policies, procedures, and regulations
Work with dealers to develop repayment terms on recourse obligations
Conduct and/or coordinate field audits per policy
Proper handling of off-lot units
Collection of proceeds on sold units
Bachelor’s degree or equivalent work experience
At least 2 years of experience in the field of collections management preferred
Business economics knowledge ideally (products, insolvency, bankruptcy)
Experience and knowledge in the leasing and finance sector preferred
Operates and thinks within procedures and precedents
Must have the ability to lift 10lbs, sit and work at a computer for extensive periods of time, communicate both orally and written.
Must demonstrate a high degree of attention and quality, details, correctness and deadlines.
A motor vehicle driving record that would allow for the operation of a company vehicle
Ability to handle and organize multiple projects and deadlines
A military or law enforcement background would be of real interest
Weekly regional travel required
Regional travel required. International travel may be required.
Telecommuting is allowed.
DLL is a global finance partner for equipment and technology assets—driven to helping your business grow. We deliver sustainable and effective solutions to move assets to market, throughout the entire asset life cycle: commercial finance, retail finance and used equipment finance.
With more than 50 years of experience, we understand the unique needs of our partners around the world and will work hard to provide the flexible solutions your business and customers need. Headquartered in Eindhoven, the Netherlands, DLL is a wholly owned subsidiary of Rabobank Group.
We believe sustainability is essential to long-term success—for your business, our business and for the world. Through usage based financing programs that encourage equipment refurbishment, reuse and recycling, we contribute to a circular economy that respects our planet’s resources.
Through corporate initiatives, we are a key supporter of community programs and charities around the world. We promote strong employee responsibility to society through our corporate volunteering and donation programs.
In emerging countries, we help to develop and improve access to local financial infrastr...uctures for low-income entrepreneurs. We maintain high ethical and environmental standards in how we do business. Put simply, we aim to provide sustainable financial solutions in the most responsible way, while maximizing a positive impact on society.
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