Suffolk University (Finance)
I am a well rounded business professional that has had a career in banking for over 25 years. My niche in banking was a trouble shooter/change agent and I have managed all areas of a bank except marketing. I have worked under various regulators from FSLIC, RTC, OCC, and FDIC and have been approved by the FDIC for senior management for troubled institutions. I have worked in mutual banks, public banks, and privately owned banks. I have worked in banks from 90 million to 55 billion and worked in commercial banks, thrifts, savings banks, savings and loan, and cooperative banks. My customary role other then managing the accounting function or trouble shooting problems was financial reporting SEC, regulatory, internal, and board reporting. I have written policies to satisfy regulatory criticism, audit issues, and procedures.
Educationally, I have a BS in Business Administration majoring in Finance, a degree in Computer Information Systems (not a programmer but an analyst merging computer, manual, and human organization systems. I can stub a program and QC one, but hard core programming is not something I like to do.) I also a Liberal Arts degree heavy in design and behavioral science. I am a natural coach/mentor/teacher having always managed proactively with the knowledge that my success comes from the accomplishments of the people I was responsible for while allowing them to fulfill their goals. I keep it simple and up front.
I offer flexibility, communication skills, positive outlook, resourcefulness, and a sense of humor.
I am able to merge together both the objective and subjective side of business operations, tactics, strategies, and information. I have taught people PC skills, regulatory compliance, and have had to help people deal with personal Issues as we I am a well rounded business professional that has had a career in banking for over 25 years. My niche in banking was a trouble shooter/change agent and I have managed all areas of a bank except marketing. I have worked under various regulators from FSLIC, RTC, OCC, and FDIC and have been approved by the FDIC for senior management for troubled
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