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First Year Resume Book

105 Ivy Drive Apt 09  Charlottesville, VA 22903  (434) 249-7645  AgrawalA11@darden.virginia.edu

Darden Graduate School of Business Administration Charlottesville, VA
University of Virginia
Candidate for Master of Business Administration, May 2011
 Awarded Batten Innovation Scholarship (merit-based full tuition scholarship);
 GMAT: 730; AWA: 5.5
 Member of Finance Club, Energy Club and Darden Capital Management Club
Nanyang Technological University Singapore
Bachelor of Engineering (Computer Engineering) and Minor in Business, June 2006
 Awarded full scholarship (among top 50 from over 10,000 candidates)
 Received First Class Honors (top degree distinction, GPA: 3.95). Dean's list holder (among top 5%)
 President of NTU Apex Club (premier club for computer programming enthusiasts); spearheaded
initiative to extend training from top programmers to entire student population
 Represented NTU as an exchange student at University of Strathclyde, UK; GPA: 4.0

2007-2009 Credit Lyonnais Securities Asia (CLSA/Calyon) Singapore
Equity Research Associate (Oil & Gas)
 Led a project across seven countries to create a unified platform for investment idea generation using
comparative valuations of over 300 energy stocks; Clients (fund managers) voted the team 1st in
Asiamoney Broker Polls 2008
 Initiated the Asian coverage of a UK based oil & gas exploration company; first in the team to
prepare valuation models for Indonesian and Thai fiscal regimes to value 17 oil & gas assets
 Co-authored two major sector reports – Last Dance (bearish outlook for refiners) and Hard Numbers
(oil stock returns in 2007-08); reports generated additional revenue of $250,000 through new trades
 Collaborated with global head of oil & gas research on industry outlook and coverage of three
Korean stocks with a total market cap of $18B
 Sole Editor of Fuelling Asia, the flagship oil & gas weekly targeting over 700 institutional clients
 Interfaced with CEOs and CFOs of refining and exploration companies to delve deeper on future
strategies and growth outlook

2006-2007 Credit Suisse Singapore

Financial Analyst (Credit Derivatives Product Control)
 Evaluated trading moves and analyzed chief factors contributing to the daily P&L of up to $5MM;
resulted in net P&L impact of over $3MM annually
 Managed a team of three to overhaul controlling systems for financial products transfer from London
to Singapore. Received Spartan Award for reducing the number of controllers needed to half
 Performed independent review of pricing parameters and valuation methodology for structured trades
to ensure fair valuation of high-risk securities worth $400MM
 Instrumental in starting a one-hour weekly training session for sharing knowledge between the
London and Singapore offices; eased deployment of three new products in Singapore
 Headed an operational excellence project across ‘P&L generation’ and ‘price testing’ teams to
improve cross functional team efficiency; reduced turnaround time and cost by 50%

 Led a team of five to win the Best Business Idea Award at the Entrepreneurial Competition held at
University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK
 Won Best Undergraduate Project award amongst a total of 3000 projects for designing an
Interactive Laboratory that improved students’ laboratory participation by 50%
 Honored as one of the top 30 students in India at the Indian National Mathematics Olympiad

 CFA Level III candidate for June 2010
 Team Captain, Global Hunger Project, Credit Suisse; raised $20,000 from a bank-wide fund raising
drive in Singapore
 Hobbies: singing (member of Cold Call Chorus at Darden), playing table tennis and traveling
1008 Huntwood Lane  Charlottesville, Virginia 22901  801.369.0063  bloomfieldb11@darden.virginia.edu

Darden Graduate School of Business Administration Charlottesville, Virginia
University of Virginia
Candidate for Master of Business Administration, May 2011
 GMAT: 700  Clubs: Finance, Private Equity, and Real Estate

Brigham Young University, Marriott School of Management Provo, Utah

Bachelor of Science in Business Management – Finance, December 2005
 Full academic scholarship(2005)  Finance GPA 3.87  Cumulative GPA 3.47
 Graduated in 34 months while working 20+ hours per week

2007 - 2009 Dwellings - A Home Company, LLC Highland, Utah
Financial Analysis/ Accounting
 Identified investment opportunities and ran valuation pro-forma’s for 12 potential investments in
Park City, Utah and Scottsdale, Arizona  Resulted in J/V investments of $20MM+ in 5 projects
 Raised $2MM+ dollars for investment in luxury homes and land; achieved 27% ROI
 Performed all accounting and tax preparation for $4.3MM luxury home building business
Project Management/Client Relationships
 Managed 12 employees in the building process for six new luxury construction projects
 Acted as general contractor and liaised with clients and subcontractors on each project

2007 - 2008 True North Academy, LLC American Fork, Utah

Client Advisor – Trading Strategies
 Taught advanced equity and equity option trading strategies in live and personal training sessions
 Led a team that created educational materials for teaching equity and option trading strategies

2006 - 2007 UBS Financial Services, Inc. New York, New York
Associate – Management Training
 Created strategic discussion materials and performed advisor lifetime value calculations for the
$500MM acquisition and integration of Piper Jaffray wealth management unit
 Performed equity valuation analysis as a member of the equities research team
 Created client marketing materials for structured products, equities, and fixed income sales teams
 Selected from a pool of 45 peers to be business manager for CFO; received perfect final evaluation

Summer 2005 Goldman Sachs & Co. Seattle, Washington

Summer Analyst – Private Wealth Management
 Analyzed client portfolios and prepared asset allocation using Black-Litterman model
 Interfaced with the equity and bond sales desks to create quarterly client portfolio reviews

2006 - Present The Tilsit Orphan Education Fund Sovetsk, Russia
Board Member
 Raised $50,000+ per year by creating a fundraising pipeline to aid orphans in higher education

2000 - 2002 The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Buenos Aires, Argentina
Volunteer Religious Representative

 Securities Licenses: FINRA Series 7, 66 (63, 65)  Language: Fluent in Spanish  Boy Scouts of America: Eagle
Scout  Interests: Real estate, college sports, golf, running, mountain biking, aviation, and gastronomy
218 Harvest Drive • Charlottesville, VA 22903 • (404)316-9084 • BoiceW11@darden.virginia.edu


Darden Graduate School of Business Administration Charlottesville, VA

University of Virginia
Candidate for Master of Business Administration, May 2011
• Elected Section B Career Development Center Representative
• Building Goodness in April House Inspector
• Member of: Consulting, Entrepreneurship and Venture Capital, and Energy Clubs
• GMAT: 710

Thayer School of Engineering at Dartmouth College Hanover,

Master of Engineering Management, June 2005
• A collaborative program taught by faculty from the Thayer School of Engineering and the Tuck
School of Business
Bachelor of Engineering in Mechanical Engineering, June 2005
• William F. Allyn 1958 Fellowship
• Jackson Award for product initiation, design, and marketing work in Introduction to Engineering
• GPA: 3.77

Colby College Waterville, ME

Bachelor of Arts in Economics, May 2004
• Dual-Degree program through Thayer School of Engineering at Dartmouth College
• Member of the Varsity Crew

2007-2009 General Electric - Aviation Cincinnati, OH
Sourcing Program Leader, Engine Services – Global Sourcing & Revenue Share Programs
• Promoted to Sourcing Program Leader in nine months, 12 months ahead of average OMLP graduate.
• Completed due diligence and built valuation models in support of $479 million of deal revenue,
enabling GE - Aviation to meet its cash goals for four consecutive quarters.
• Provided sourcing support on cost reduction projects by negotiating contracts to establish pricing and
turn around time with vendors resulting in $2.5 million in savings.
• Received highest possible performance rating (limited to top 20%) on every management review
since joining GE.

2005-2007 General Electric – Aviation: Operations Management Leadership Program (OMLP)

GEnx Engine PI Program Engineer, Durham Engine Facility Durham,
• Set-up lean workstations by preparing all work instructions, equipment, and quality documentation
within ergonomic guidelines, budget, and schedule.
Customer Service Manager, Services – Cincinnati Cincinnati, OH
• Worked with customers to properly manage importing of hardware resulting in savings of $260,000.
• Managed repair orders of six customers to ensure timely processing, delivery, and dispute resolution.
Supervisor, Coils & Transformers Cell, Unison Industries Jacksonville, FL
• Provided production, technical, and quality leadership to 18 hourly and two salaried employees that
reduced past due sales orders by 70% and past due work orders by 10% over six months.
• Developed an outsourcing process and managed a cross-functional team through execution phase.
Product Value Engineer, Structures Sourcing Cincinnati, OH
• Lean Six Sigma: Green Belt certified by reducing the time to gain computer system access by 82%.
• Managed hardware quality of three suppliers by approving and auditing their manufacturing process.

• US Patent No. 7,195,198 for a Helicopter Blade Emergency Detachment System
• Finance Director for the Cincinnati Habitat for Humanity Young Professionals (2005-2009)
• Eagle Scout: Boy Scouts of America’s highest rank for leadership, moral character, and service
• Interests: golf, water-skiing, reading, biking, running, and rowing
755 Walker Square, Apt. 4C • Charlottesville, VA 22903 • (225) 678-8982 • BurtonD11@darden.virginia.edu

Darden Graduate School of Business Administration Charlottesville, VA
University of Virginia
Candidate for Master of Business Administration, May 2011
• GMAT: 680
• Member of Darden Private Equity Club; Darden Military Association

United States Military Academy West Point, NY

Bachelor of Science, General Management, June 2002
• Minor in Systems Engineering
• Dean's List 2001-2002
• Three-time varsity letter winner on NCAA Division I Soccer Team

2003-2009 United States Army
Operations Officer, 2008-2009 Fort Riley, KS / Tikrit, Iraq
1st Combat Aviation Brigade
• Developed and integrated unconventional techniques for gathering real-time intelligence in order to
prosecute immediate targets with rotary wing aircraft, reducing attacks on Coalition forces by 30%.

Company Commander, 2006-2008 Fort Riley, KS / Tikrit, Iraq

3rd Battalion, 1st Combat Aviation Brigade
• Rated #1 out of 40 Company Commanders and recommended for Battalion Command ahead of all
peers for exceptional performance throughout combat operations.
• Only Captain selected to command highly complex and dangerous, time sensitive target raids to kill
or capture numerous insurgent leaders; significantly reduced the enemy’s ability to carry out attacks
on Coalition Forces.
• Planned, resourced and executed pre-deployment training for over 50 soldiers, which resulted in the
highest UH60 Blackhawk operational readiness rate; 26% above Army standards.
• Developed an innovative physical fitness training program that resulted in a 35% increase in physical
fitness test scores, a 100% pass rate and an organizational commitment to health and fitness.
• Commanded aviation support to President George W. Bush following the devastating tornado that hit
Greensburg, Kansas, which provided aerial video footage capturing the enormity of the destruction
as well as hope to the people of Greensburg.

Brigade Personnel Officer, 2005-2006 Hanau, Germany

4th Combat Aviation Brigade
• Executed all human resource management tasks and responsibilities associated with redeploying a
Combat Aviation Brigade from Germany to Fort Riley, Kansas, which resulted in the successful
move of over 1,500 soldiers and their families from nine different locations in Germany and Italy.
• Personally carried out all tasks associated with deploying 37 soldiers to Pakistan following an
earthquake, which resulted in a 35% reduction in the time to fly aid to inaccessible areas.

Platoon Leader, 2003-2005 Baghdad, Iraq / Hanau, Germany

2nd Battalion, 501st Aviation Regiment
• Commanded numerous air assault and quick reaction force missions during the early stages of
Operation Iraqi Freedom, which enabled ground forces to transition to security operations for the
people of Iraq.
• Rated as the best platoon leader in the Battalion by the Battalion Commander.

• Awarded the Bronze Star Medal, two Air Medals, and the Meritorious Service Medal during two
combat tours in Iraq.
• Active Member of the Wounded Warrior Project.
• Avid golfer (14 Handicap); enjoy flying, Crossfit workouts, and historical non-fiction.
1830 Candlewood Ct. Unit 101  Charlottesville, VA 22903  (817) 980-1324  ChambersA11@darden.virginia.edu
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Darden Graduate School of Business Administration Charlottesville, VA
University of Virginia
Candidate for Master of Business Administration, May 2011
 Member of Finance, Private Equity, Energy, and Turnaround and Restructuring Clubs
 Elected Section E Review Coordinator

Southern Methodist University Dallas, TX

Bachelor of Science, May 2005
 Double Major: Mathematics and Management Science
 GPA: 3.59
 Awarded The Departmental Award by Engineering School Faculty (highest academic honor awarded to a
student in the Engineering Management, Information and Systems Department)

2007-2009 Energy Future Holdings (formerly TXU Corp.) Dallas, TX
Lead Analyst, Strategic Planning
 Modeled liquidity initiatives and potential debt exchange and buyback transactions while working with
leading investment banks to deleverage unregulated businesses and extend loan maturities; resulted in
amendments to credit agreement and $4B exchange offer.
 Prepared five-year strategic plan and annual sponsor review presentations for senior management, financial
sponsors, and board of directors.
 Supervised analysts conducting natural gas sensitivity analysis; analyzed cash flow and P&L impacts and
communicated results to senior leadership and financial sponsors.
 Designed high-level model based on key operational and financial drivers (e.g. LIBOR, floating rate debt,
and customer count); model used for business and market assessment by senior management.
Senior Analyst, Strategic Planning
 Managed team of analysts performing monthly consolidation of projected income statement, balance sheet,
and cash flow statement across three business units with over $4B EBITDA.
 Forecasted cash flows for corporate treasury liquidity planning for unregulated businesses that hold over
$35B debt.
 Composed monthly KKR Portfolio Management Committee Report and quarterly Board of Directors
Operating Report benchmarking against previous periods and summarizing noteworthy variances.
 Evaluated financial trade-offs embedded in strategic alternatives for $100M outsourcing contract; analysis
led to termination of contract with projected five year cost savings exceeding $25M.
 Built regression model to improve accuracy of projected sale of receivables balances; presented results to
CFO and implemented change resulting in 10% improvement in monthly cash flow forecasting.
Analyst, Strategic Planning
 Assisted team in development of bottoms-up, driver-based operating and LBO model used in the $45B
buyout of TXU by private equity groups KKR, TPG, and Goldman Sachs Capital Partners.
 Solely responsible for operating and managing corporate planning model used to project operational and
financial assumptions for TXU’s major business units.

2005-2007 Deloitte Consulting LLP Irving, TX

Systems Analyst
 Selected by senior client leadership of nationwide construction services firm to assess satellite branches and
provide insight on potential operational improvement initiatives; presented business process solutions to
 Presented training materials to healthcare software sales force across the nation on the use and maintenance
of centralized customer database and pipeline management tools; awarded “Applause Award” for
outstanding client engagement performance.
 Managed teams of over 15 cross-regional software developers to deliver customized software solutions.

 Hobbies include golfing, skiing, tennis, and cooking
 Member of the Dallas Chapter of Young Professionals in Energy
 Junior Achievement, Former Volunteer; Educated youth on entrepreneurship, business, economics, and
career planning (2005-2007)
510 McIntire Road, Apartment #9  Charlottesville, VA 22902  (802) 238-7570  ClarkP11@darden.virginia.edu

Darden Graduate School of Business Administration Charlottesville, VA
University of Virginia
Candidate for Master of Business Administration, May 2011
 Member of Darden Private Equity and Finance clubs.
 GMAT: 710.

Davidson College Davidson, NC

Bachelor of Arts in Spanish with additional concentration in Economics, May 2002
 Cumulative GPA: 3.6, cum laude.
 Awarded High Honors for year-long, 100+ page senior thesis project written and defended in Spanish.
 Inducted into Omicron Delta Epsilon based on superior performance in Economics coursework.
 Elected to Student Government Association and Activities Tax Council.

2005-2009 Fidus Partners Charlotte, NC
Boutique merchant bank specializing in middle market merger and acquisition advisory services and junior
capital financing solutions.
Associate, Mergers & Acquisitions
 Selected to fill first Analyst position in Charlotte office after firm’s mid-2005 founding by former senior
executives of Bowles Hollowell Conner & Co.; earned direct promotion to Associate in July 2006.
 Spearheaded key execution responsibilities throughout all phases of merger, acquisition, and divestiture
assignments for clients including financial sponsors, public companies, and private businesses.
 Performed detailed valuation analyses utilizing leveraged buyout, discounted cash flow, and public and
transaction comparable methodologies.
 Led preliminary due diligence; authored transaction marketing materials including offering memoranda and
management presentations.
 Identified and contacted potential strategic and financial acquirors; coordinated buyer due diligence
inquiries and visits; participated in negotiation of purchase agreements.
 Managed and mentored Analysts in formal deal team setting as well as through ancillary firm activities.
 Implemented training program for new Analyst / Associate hires; delegated ownership of firm-wide Analyst
recruiting efforts across three offices.
Representative Transaction Experience
 Advised Tomkins plc on divestiture of Stant subsidiary ($175 MM revenue automotive supplier) to H.I.G.
 Advised Tomkins plc on divestiture of LASCO Fittings subsidiary ($100 MM revenue building products
manufacturer) to Aalberts Industries N.V.
 Executed sale of Zartic ($175 MM revenue food processor) on behalf of family shareholders to Pierre
Foods, a portfolio company of Madison Dearborn Partners.

2003-2005 Wachovia Capital Markets Charlotte, NC

Analyst, Defense & Aerospace Investment Banking Coverage Group
 Developed comprehensive financial models used to value companies, evaluate acquisition and investment
opportunities, and assess the impact of various capital markets transactions.
 Created presentations to provide corporate and private equity clients with acquisition and financing ideas.
 Appointed to internal committee responsible for screening Analyst candidates from non-core schools.
Representative Transaction Experience
 Executed $42 MM sole-managed follow-on equity offering for Aviall (aftermarket aircraft parts distributor),
a non-control investment of The Carlyle Group.
 Completed $80 MM co-managed senior notes offering for Communications & Power Industries (defense
electronics manufacturer), a portfolio company of The Cypress Group.

2002-2003 Sanford for Governor / Office of the Governor Charleston, SC / Columbia, SC

Full-Time Volunteer (pre-election) / Aide (post-election)
 Conducted research and analysis for senior staff of successful state-wide campaign against sitting Governor.
 Advised First Lady on preventative health and wellness issues in preparation for launch of her Healthy SC
Challenge initiative.

 FAA-certified private pilot. Currently possess approximately 200 hours of flight time.
 Avid outdoorsman. Enjoy fly fishing and competing in sporting clays tournaments.
107 W. Water Street, Apt 11 • Charlottesville, VA 22902 • C: 301-367-7101 • davidsona11@darden.virginia.edu

Darden Graduate School of Business Charlottesville, VA
University of Virginia
Candidate for Master of Business Administration, May 2011
• Awarded merit-based Darden School Scholarship.
• Won merit-based Pension Real Estate Association (PREA) Scholarship.
• Member of Darden Finance Club.
• GMAT: 720.

Johns Hopkins University Washington, DC

Master of Science, Real Estate, December 2008
• GPA: 3.8. Completed while employed full-time.

Washington and Lee University Lexington, VA

Bachelor of Arts, Economics, May 2004

2007-2009 Clark Enterprises Bethesda, MD
One of the largest privately held companies in the Washington, DC area with holdings in real estate,
construction, venture capital, private equity, and other investments.
Investment and Development Associate
• Managed all aspects of real estate acquisition and development, including financial modeling,
transaction analysis, predevelopment, entitlement, budgeting, construction, and design activities.
Worked on 12 projects valued over $800 M.
• Underwrote complex acquisitions purchased by Clark or through joint ventures across all major
product types. Built financial models to analyze potential acquisition opportunities. Analyzed debt
and partnership structures, return waterfalls, and sensitivity tests.
• Created investment memoranda and presentation materials. Presented opportunities to Investment
Committee consisting of CEO, President and other senior executives. Received approval for $26 M
invested in four real estate ventures in 2008.
• Developed financing packages for potential lenders on new investments.
• Cultivated relationships with brokers, architects, city officials, marketing professionals, construction
supervisors, and various consultants.
• Led predevelopment and entitlement activities for $80 M student housing project.
• Directed additional acquisitions and planning process for 90+ unit apartment development.

2004-2007 Opus East Rockville, MD

Real estate investment and development subsidiary of Opus Corporation.
Development Analyst
• Acted as lead analyst on several high-profile deals. Provided real estate development team with
acquisition underwriting, financial analysis, site selection, development, and disposition analysis.
• Participated in nine transactions worth over $500 M across all major product types.
• Representative Transactions:
- $50 M office development for Lockheed Martin. Transaction awarded Washington Business
Journal’s Northern Virginia Lease of the Year for 2007.
- $100 M office development in Southeast Washington, DC.
- $80 M headquarters building for major government agency. Transaction awarded Washington
Business Journal’s Maryland Lease of the Year for 2005.

• Traveled to over 20 countries on 4 continents. Spent summer of 2009 surfing in Indonesia.
• Owner of two investment properties in DC. Managed renovation and leasing.
• Involved in real estate analysis and strategy execution with several non-profits including Jefferson
Area Board of Aging, George Mason University, and Spanish Education Development Center.
121 Cameron Lane  Charlottesville, VA 22903  (703) 629-4550  DoveE11@darden.virginia.edu

Darden Graduate School of Business Administration Charlottesville, VA
University of Virginia
Candidate for Master of Business Administration, May 2011
 Member of Private Equity, Restructuring & Turnaround, and Finance Clubs, Darden Capital
Management and National Association of Women MBAs
 GMAT: 700

University of Virginia Charlottesville, VA

McIntire School of Commerce; Bachelor of Science in Commerce, May 2006
 Graduated with Distinction, Cumulative GPA 3.8
 Concentrations in Finance and Management
 Major in Psychology from College of Arts and Sciences

2006-2009 Citigroup Global Markets Inc. New York, NY
Analyst - Transaction Execution Group (2008-2009)
 Simultaneously managed five to seven investment grade bond deals in all stages of deal cycle,
ensuring seamless execution from mandate to close. Responsibilities included receiving all internal
approvals, coordinating due diligence, reviewing deal-related documentation, creating marketing
materials, closing the transaction and overseeing the flow of funds
 Advised regional financial institution, which had grown dramatically through acquisitions, how to
structure recent financial results in marketing materials to meet regulator requirements and provide
potential investors with insight into the firm’s financial health
Analyst - Leverage Finance Portfolio (2006-2008)
 Analyzed portfolio companies’ future ability to cover debt obligations by researching industry trends,
evaluating recent financial performance, and discussing challenges with companies’ management
 Built sensitivity models to test the ability of distressed companies to stay within financial covenants,
payback debt, and service interest when negotiating amendments to their credit agreements
 Led initiatives to improve the quality of monthly reports sent to senior management regarding the
Leverage Finance Portfolio by improving the accuracy of data flowing through Citi’s systems
 Managed relationships with portfolio companies by servicing their needs or referring them to the
appropriate product partner, including handling amendments, cash management, letter of credit and
derivatives requests

Summer 2005 MarketBridge Consulting Bethesda, MD

Summer Analyst
 Researched and identified retail banks’ areas of weakness for a major credit card company interested
in developing B2B relationships with and offering its analytical services to banks
 Developed high level storyboard for the first of a speaker series by identifying an expert speaker on
baby boomers and tying his speech to segmentation services that the credit card company offered
retail banks in order to position the credit card company as a “Thought Leader”
 Researched web-based meeting hosts and designed invitation and registration webpage for
relationship building events

Summer 2003 The Advisory Board Company Washington, D.C.

Marketing and Product Development Intern
 Redesigned consulting workbooks used by hospitals to improve their efficiency in nurse recruitment
and retention and optimizing revenue cycle performance
 Marketed company’s research to organizations interested in health care best practices by calling
hospital executives and offering services of an Advisory Board director to speak at future events

 Equestrian Competitor, qualified for National Junior Medal Finals (1996-2001) and competed at
National Horse Show at Madison Square Garden (1999-2001)
 Volunteer, Building Goodness in April, a Charlottesville Community Organization
 Selected as Member of Jefferson Literary and Debating Society (Fall 2009)
102 Ivy Drive Apt. 8  Charlottesville, VA 22903  917-751-1423  DroznikA11@darden.virginia.edu

Darden Graduate School of Business Administration Charlottesville, VA
University of Virginia
Candidate for Master of Business Administration, May 2011
 Active member of Finance, Capital Management, Private Equity, and Restructuring clubs
 GMAT 720

Leonard N. Stern School of Business, NYU New York, NY

Bachelor in Science, Finance Major, May 2004
 Worked 20+ hours per week in finance-related jobs throughout education

St.-Petersburg University, College of Liberal Arts St. Petersburg, Russia

Study abroad, Literature & Linguistics, September 1998 - January 2001

2005-2008 GE (General Electric) Capital New York, NY
Associate – Loan Structuring & Syndication
 Led strategic effort to develop the infrastructure and streamline deal approval processes of the
healthcare loan structuring desk; this effort positioned the desk to become the most profitable
unit at the firm
 Brought over $30 million of income to the firm by marketing and selling over 20 leveraged
loan and mezzanine transactions
 Won the Deal of the Quarter and Customer Satisfaction awards from GE Capital by
restructuring and selling a highly complex deal that involved a company in covenant default
 Secured 100+ deals with GE internal credit committee by presenting compelling investment
thesis and structuring the best marketable terms for each deal
 Promoted to associate level after 18 months on the job (typically, a 2-3 year path)

2004-2005 BNP Paribas New York, NY

Analyst – Loan Structuring & Syndication
 Selected to be one of only two analysts to support 30+ structuring & syndication team
 Drafted offering memorandums and investor presentations for variety of leveraged loan deals
 Provided the deal team with timely and relevant market data


 Series 7 & 63 holder, GE Capital credit program trainee
 Fluent Russian, conversational French and Spanish
 U.S. Citizen


 Affiliate Program Manager at GovernmentAuctions.org, online consumer database site
 Actively involved in project-based charities, such as RussianOrphans.org, DonorsChoose,
NY Cares, and Building Goodness in April
 Enjoy playing soccer, skiing, horseback riding, and international travel
Nash A. Dykes
144 Ivy Drive, Apt. 2 ∙ Charlottesville, VA 22903 ∙ 704-763-6531 ∙ DykesN11@darden.virginia.edu

Darden Graduate School of Business Administration Charlottesville, VA
Candidate for Masters of Business Administration, May 2011
 Member of Darden Capital Management, Finance, Private Equity Clubs
 GMAT: 720

Wake Forest University Winston-Salem, NC

Bachelor of Science in Analytical Finance, Minor in International Studies, May 2004
 GPA: 3.4 (Cum Laude)
 Dean’s List seven of eight semesters
 Co-Founder and President of the Calloway Business School’s Finance & Investment Club
 Board Member of Calloway Deacon Alumni Fund (2004 – 2006)
 Foreign study in Vienna, Austria; Fall 2001

2005 - 2008 Wachovia Capital Markets, LLC Charlotte, NC
Associate, Structured Credit Products
 Promoted to Associate following 2007 year-end review
 Managed $3.5 billion of committed bank capital across 15 credit facilities for 8 clients, including
daily communication with clients, semi-annual due diligence meetings, and coordinating legal
process for amendments and waivers
 Agented $1.4 billion syndicated warehouse facility in response to client’s REIT election; developed
sophisticated operating model customized for unique transaction structure, explained structuring
methodology to syndicate banks’ credit officers, and oversaw legal documentation process including
in-depth review of the primary offering document
 Closed 2 CLOs for top-tier European mezzanine lender totaling over €1.7 billion; prepared term
sheets and initial underwriting materials, coordinated with London-based operations team, and
developed lender presentation for potential syndicate members
 Negotiated transaction pricing and terms with clients in an effort to restructure existing warehouse
facilities during the 2007-2008 “credit crisis”
 Conducted research and wrote report detailing intricacies of the Asian loan market for internal
credit department. Report culminated in credit approval for the team’s first Asia-based transaction
 Managed team of 4 India-based analysts, established servicing procedures, and developed quality
control framework for offshore analytical support team
 Created and implemented Portfolio Risk Review template to identify credit performance trends
associated with team’s $10 billion debt portfolio

2004 – 2005 Soles Brower Smith & Co. Greensboro, NC

Analyst, Investment Banking
 Analyzed 4 distinct business units, conducted industry research, developed forecasts, and assisted in
preparing report and recommendations for Board of Directors of a public textile manufacturer
 Utilized discounted cash flow, public company comparables and relevant industry transactions to
perform valuation on 3 scrap processing companies prior to potential merger
 Assisted in due diligence process and wrote offering memoranda to assist in auction process for
potential sale of New England-based lobster distributing company

 Level III Candidate for Chartered Financial Analyst program, passed Level II examination in 2009
 Manage personal investment account, study financial markets and macroeconomic trends
 Proficient in Microsoft Office, including Word, Power Point and Excel financial modeling
 Amateur golf: current handicap index of 2.8
147 Harvest Drive  Charlottesville, VA 22903  (703) 945-6713  fechtelm11@darden.virginia.edu

Darden Graduate School of Business Administration Charlottesville, VA
University of Virginia
Candidate for Master of Business Administration, May 2011
 Member: Finance, Restructuring, and Private Equity Clubs
 GMAT : 700
Washington and Lee University Lexington, Virginia
BS in Business Administration and Accounting with Special Attainments in Commerce, June 2005
 Graduated Cum Laude; Major GPA: 3.7
 National Merit Scholar, Francis P. Gaines Scholarship
 Appointed to Order of Omega Greek Leadership Honor Society

2005-2009 PricewaterhouseCoopers, LLP McLean, Virginia
Senior Associate, Transaction Services (2007-2009)
 Served financial and corporate clients in buy-side and sell-side M&A financial due diligence process
involving target entities with $5MM to $50MM EBITDA; assessed quality of earnings, working
capital, and debt-like items, and reviewed valuation models and purchase agreements.
 Coordinated reviews of tax and human resources specialists to enhance client service and provide
more complete diligence reports for two transactions.
 Evaluated and reviewed data and content for white paper regarding nearly $38B of aerospace and
defense M&A activity from Q1 2007 through Q2 2008.
 Fulfilled project manager role for Freddie Mac audit sub-team during 2008/2009 financial crisis;
budgeted for team of 75 people, regularly met with client management, and audited securitizations
for off-balance sheet eligibility.
 Promoted to Senior Associate after less than one year in the Transaction Services group.

Associate, Audit/Attestation (2005-2007)

 Audited, assessed internal controls, and performed other attestation procedures for Financial Services
industry public companies and their wholly owned subsidiaries; developed accounting and functional
knowledge of derivatives, corporate investments, and asset backed securitization.
 Worked in diverse teams of three to over 100 members to complete seven audits and nine reviews
with annual fees of up to $73MM.
 Conducted extensive interviews and interacted with client management regularly to assess company
status, internal control procedures, pending litigation, and fraud possibilities.
 Coached and provided performance review for six associates, contributing to one’s early promotion.
 Analyzed industry team’s client and staff metrics and survey results to advise managers and partners
on needed adjustments as member of implementation team that rolled out new industry alignments
and staffing methods within the Washington Metro office.
 Primary clients: SLM Corporation (Sallie Mae) and Federal Home Loan and Mortgage Corporation
(Freddie Mac).

 Certified Public Accountant, Virginia certificate #35342
 Member American Institute of Certified Public Accountants

 Avid golfer; played multiple Georgia state high school championships.
 Assistant coach, McLean Little League baseball team.
 In conjunction with other industry team leaders from PwC, organized and recruited participants to
raise nearly $5000 for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation in the spring of 2007.
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Darden Graduate School of Business Administration Charlottesville, VA
University of Virginia
Candidate for Master of Business Administration, May 2011
• C.W. Darden Scholarship Award Recipient - full-tuition merit-based scholarship
• Passed all three levels of the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) examination
• Darden Capital Management, Darden Finance Club, Outdoors Club
• GMAT: 760

Leonard N. Stern School of Business New York, NY

New York University
Bachelor of Science in Finance & Management and Organizational Behavior, May 2005
• Overall GPA: 3.8; magna cum laude
• Dean’s Honor Key Recipient - named to Dean’s Honor Roll every eligible semester
• Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity - Alumni Relations Chair
• International Business Exchange Program: Copenhagen Business School - Copenhagen, Denmark

2008-2009 JPMorgan Chase & Co. New York, NY
Associate - Market Risk Coverage
• Assessed, monitored and reported market risk for the High Grade and High Yield credit trading desks as
well as the CDO warehousing group
• Used multiple risk metrics to quantify the P&L impact of changes in credit spreads, curve shape, interest
rate levels and recovery rates
• Communicated daily with the front office to obtain updates on trade activity and presented findings to
senior management for discussion at weekly risk committee meetings
• Worked with the trading desk to reduce large exposures and develop appropriate hedging strategies
• Constructed dynamic models to analyze potential improvements to the Value at Risk (VaR) calculation
methodology for credit products in an attempt to capture both systemic and idiosyncratic risk and
minimize data quality issues
• Ensured that positions were migrated successfully from Bear Stearns’ to JPMorgan’s trading systems and
that risk was accurately captured throughout the transition

2005-2008 Bear, Stearns & Co. Inc. New York, NY

Vice President - Credit Trading Market Risk (2007 – 2008)
• Monitored market risk and performed price verification on product inventory including corporate bonds,
loans, credit default swaps and CDS indices
• Established desk-wide risk limits, tracked exposures relative to those limits and brought limit breaches and
other noteworthy positions to management’s attention
• Analyzed different P&L reserve methodologies and developed models to calculate these reserves as
efficiently as possible, leading to a 25% pricing reserve revaluation

Analyst - Credit Trading Market Risk (2005 – 2007)

• Produced daily risk reports and commentary on position changes, gains/losses, and market moves
• Ranked in highest tier of 2005 analyst class

2004-2005 Concordia Advisors New York, NY

Fixed Income Analyst Intern
• Compiled historical data for Fixed Income Arbitrage Fund traders from multiple research services
• Created automated reports to present data to traders and assist them in developing fund strategies


• Series 7 and 63 licensed
• Strong MS Access, PowerPoint, and Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) programming skills
• Proficient in Bloomberg Professional, Capital IQ, BondStudio, and Wall Street Office
• Interests include skiing, poker, freshwater aquarium fish, running (completed the Staten Island
half-marathon), and world travel (Western Europe and Southeast Asia)
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Darden Graduate School of Business Administration Charlottesville, VA
University of Virginia
Candidate for Master of Business Administration, May 2011
 Sydney F. Small Fellowship. Merit based scholarship covering half of tuition
 Member: Darden Capital Management and Finance Club
 GMAT: 730

University of Virginia Charlottesville, VA

Bachelor of Arts in Government and Foreign Affairs, May 2004
 Virginia Men's Rowing - Team Captain and member of Virginia Rowing Association Board, 2003-
2004. Oversaw a budget of approximately $150,000. Received Oarsmanship Award in 2004 for
overall contribution to the team. Top collegiate rowing club in the country in 2003
 Research Assistant to Professor Glenn Beamer . Conducted extensive research on New York City’s
fiscal crisis of 1975

2004-2008 Barclays Capital New York, NY
Associate - Structured Product Sales
 Promoted to Associate after only 18 months. Ranked an “A” rated employee (top 10%) during each
evaluation period
 Responsible for over $5mm of P&L in 2007 and $5mm of P&L in the first half of 2008
 Worked with research and trading desk to create trade ideas in several areas of mortgage
securitization with a particular focus on agency mortgage derivatives. Implemented these trade ideas
with a number of asset managers and hedge funds
 Delivered a wide range of securitized products to roughly a dozen asset managers, hedge funds, and
bank clients. Grew market share with these and other clients through a series of strong trade
recommendations and consistent service

Representative Clients
 GE Asset Management - Received coverage responsibilities for GEAM at the beginning of 2007.
Within one year, Barclays’ ranking with the client went from nearly last to a top five position.
Increased profit with the account by approximately $1mm in agency-backed mortgage securities
 JPMorgan Investment Management - Received coverage responsibilities for JPMIM at the start of
2006. Increased profitability of the account by over 100%, generating more than $2mm in profits in
2007 and an additional $2mm of profits in the first half of 2008
 Also responsible for primary coverage of Schroders North America, ICICI Bank, and AQR Capital

2003-2004 Morgan Stanley Charlottesville, VA

Intern - Private Wealth Management
 Developed a series of databases which balanced proprietary stock recommendations and asset
weightings within the framework of an efficient portfolio
 Performed due diligence on a host of industries and small cap companies. Analyzed financial
statements of several companies with an emphasis in the biotech industry

 Active participant in the Virginia Rowing Association
 Volunteer, Lala Maryem Orphanage, Rabat, Morocco, July 2009

 Passed Level I and II of the CFA Program. Candidate for Level III in June 2010
 Series 7 and Series 63
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University of Virginia - Darden School of Business Charlottesville, VA
Candidate for Master of Business Administration May 2011
 Darden School Foundation Scholar
 Awarded Robert Toigo Fellowship
 Member of the Finance, Entrepreneurship/Venture Capital and Healthcare Clubs

United States Military Academy West Point, NY

B.S., American History with Nuclear Engineering Track May 1999
 Superintendent's Award for Excellence; Dean’s List
 Achieved rank of Cadet Captain responsible for Supply and Logistics for 1,000 fellow cadets

2007-2009 Boston Scientific Corporation, Inc. St. Louis, MO
Interventional Cardiology Sales Representative
 Developed $15 million sales territory through strategic planning, multi-million dollar contract
negotiations, consulting with cardiologists, internalizing clinical trial results, and selling the TAXUS
and PROMUS drug-eluting stent systems; numerous forecast achievement awards.
 Promoted to Field Sales Trainer in 2009; awarded stock options for Outstanding Performance (only
awarded to Top 5% of sales force) in 2008.
 Awarded National Rookie and Regional Clinical Sales Representative of the Year in 2007.
 Selected by senior management team to serve on consultative advisory boards to provide input on
sales and marketing process improvements; efforts significantly improved Imaging-IVUS franchise.
 Significant clinical and consultative experience with bifurcated lesions, small vessels, in-stent
restenosis, left main disease, directional/rotational atherectomy, and intra-vascular imaging.

2004-2007 Johnson & Johnson, Ethicon Endo-Surgery, Inc. St. Louis, MO

Minimally Invasive and Harmonic Scalpel Sales Representative
 Chosen to launch entrepreneurial multi-million dollar sales territory, which included introducing
novel energy devices, consulting in the operating room, promoting company’s value proposition,
mastering clinical trial surgical data, and building powerful customer relationships.
 Top-performer; met every executive success metric; increased sales revenue by 221% vs. prior year.
 Significant clinical-consultative experience in varied surgical specialties, such as General, Bariatric,
and Cardio-Thoracic; consulted on Physician Reimbursement, DTC, and Cost-Saving Initiatives.
 Formally trained numerous surgeons in the practice of minimally invasive surgical procedures to
include Laparoscopic Roux-En-Y Gastric Bypass, Sigmoidectomy, and Supracervical Hysterectomy.

1999-2004 United States Army Schofield Barracks, Hawaii; Osaka, Japan; Fort Sill, Oklahoma
Field Artillery Officer
 Rated #1 out of 32 within Peer Group by Division Artillery (Brigade) Commander.
 Successfully led live fire exercises integrating both US and Japanese soldiers on the island of Osaka,
Japan - resulted in 100% successful mission accomplishment and improved foreign relations.
 Designed and executed professional forum for elected officials to interview soldiers returning from
Operation IRAQI FREEDOM; awarded Army Commendation Medal by Commanding General and
members of US Congress.
 Hand-picked by Commander to train 25 member team of Army and Marine Corps personnel during
overseas deployment on the art of effectively coordinating F-18 airstrikes – 100% target accuracy.
 Managed 100-soldier team and $5 million worth of combat equipment on numerous overseas
deployments; team recognized with 25th Infantry Division Maintenance Excellence Award.

 Member of the Muscogee Creek Nation; Developing Physician-Centered Life Science Think Tank;
Coach of Youth Soccer and Baseball Teams in Various Leagues; Active Supporter of the Children of
Fallen Patriots Fund and the Challenged Athletes Foundation.
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Darden Graduate School of Business Administration, University of Virginia Charlottesville, VA
Candidate for Master of Business Administration, May 2011
• Virginia Scholarship Recipient (half-tuition, merit-based award)
• Active in Private Equity, GMO and Health Care Clubs, Building Goodness in April, UVA Mentors
• GMAT: 710

Washington and Lee University Lexington, VA

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and Accounting, June 2003
• GPA: 3.58, graduated Magna Cum Laude
• Financed 100% of tuition and expenses through scholarships and part-time employment
• Elected Class President and Chapter Treasurer of Beta Theta Pi Fraternity
• Varsity Wrestling (141 pounds); Business Manager of independent student newspaper, The Trident

2009-Present Advance Response, LLC San Jose, CA
Early-stage startup automating resolution of denied claims for health care payers and providers
• Recommended and implemented business and product development strategies which generated
$30,000 of revenue by adding 4 new clients for pre-revenue software startup
• Constructed detailed forecast and valuation model to raise $2M from venture and angel investors

2006-2008 American Capital, Ltd. (Nasdaq: ACAS) Bethesda, MD

Publicly-traded private equity firm and global asset manager with $14B of capital under management
Associate – Private Equity
• Developed investment theses and coordinated internal treasury, accounting, and legal teams and
external service providers to earn Board of Directors approval for $810M of transactions not closed:
− Investment in government affairs strategy and management firm valued at $70MM
− Acquisition of logistics and supply chain management solutions provider valued at $550MM
− Cross-border acquisition of commercial weight loss center franchisor valued at $190MM
• Led acquisition searches in education and accounts receivable management which generated 5 new
platform and add-on investment opportunities
• Selected by Investment Committee among more than 40 associates nationwide to train Operations
team on financial model required for new transactions
• Served as Board observer to evaluate strategic plans and add-on investments for 5 portfolio companies

2003-2006 BB&T Capital Markets Richmond, VA

Investment bank providing M&A and capital raising advisory services to middle-market companies
Senior Analyst – Investment Banking
• Promoted and invited to remain for third year as top-ranked analyst after 2-year analyst program
• Led training and developed capstone case study for 11 analysts and post-MBA associates
• Collaborated with client management and internal teams to execute $2.7B of transactions, including:
− Sale of controls manufacturer Fairchild Industrial Products to Hampshire Equity Partners for $33M
− First lead-managed initial public offering for BB&T with $73M raise for Comstock Homebuilding
− Investment of $10M by Chico’s FAS in women’s apparel retailer lucy activewear

2000-2003 Washington and Lee Student Consulting Lexington, VA

Student-run consulting group providing pro bono advisory services to small businesses and non-profits
Co-Executive Director
• Selected by faculty advisors as one of 2 associates among 30 to manage 6 clients and project teams
• Conducted market research to increase Brain, Child Magazine circulation (36,000 current subscribers)


• 14-year Habitat for Humanity volunteer, contributing to construction of over 20 homes in Virginia
• Junior Gala Board Member for So Others Might Eat (non-profit caring for homeless and poor in DC)
• Other interests include playing drums, sailing (V15s, FJs), and hiking the Appalachian Trail
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Darden Graduate School of Business Administration, University of Virginia Charlottesville, VA
Candidate for Master of Business Administration, May 2011
 Awarded merit-based Darden Scholarship and Forte Fellowship
 Member of Darden Capital Management, Finance, Venture Capital, NAWMBA, Outdoors Clubs
 GMAT: 720

Minsk State Linguistic University Minsk, Belarus

Bachelor of Humanitarian Sciences, Foreign Languages, 1995-2001
 Concentration in Economics and International Relations
 One of 30 students in Belarus awarded merit-based Freedom Support Act (Future Leaders Exchange)
full scholarship for one year study in US program Chicago, IL
 Organized students' initiative group to mentor orphanage class over four years
 Active Belarusian National Front member: raised awareness about political crisis in Belarus
 Captain of women’s volleyball team

2007-2009 Freelance Interpreter/Translator (English/Russian) New York, NY
 Facilitated successful communication in business, legal, finance, marketing fields for over 200
clients, including executives and CEOs of Fortune 1000 companies.
 Increased revenue by 300% within one year based upon increased customer demand due to superior
client satisfaction and word of mouth recommendations.
 Earned Certificate of Appreciation working at US-Russia/CIS Business and Economic Forum.
 Produced business and legal documents of publishable quality within tight client deadlines.

2005-present Hrodz CHP Vitebsk, Belarus

Family-owned real estate business
Owner and founder
 Identified and acted on residential real estate investment opportunities in Belarus emerging market.
 Secured private ownership of residential properties generating annual income of $55,000 and ROI to
date of over 250%.
 Led and managed team of eight employees in renovation of 12 residential properties.
 Pitched and marketed prospective investment options to attract teams of investors 10-15 people each.

2002-2005 Vissa Group Minsk, Belarus

Representative office of Philips Semiconductors in Russia, Belarus and Ukraine
Logistics/Operations Manager
 Performed quantitative analyses and forecasts; identified and rectified procedural errors saving
and/or avoiding $1MM in losses.
 Created, recruited and trained logistics teams at affiliated offices in Russia and Ukraine.
 Planned and implemented innovative inventory control system to enhance inventory management
efficiency for $50MM of merchandise.
 Designed and implemented “Free Samples Program” for potential and existing customers, directly
resulting in sales increase of $7MM.
 Pioneered and supervised SAP system implementation in three regional offices.

2001-2002 Sencom Ltd. Minsk, Belarus

Representative office of Siemens AG in Belarus
Export/Import Manager
 Developed and launched internal office database, tracking current and historical product status.
 Identified and liquidated logistics process failures and optimized customer service, securing preferred
telecommunication supplier status in Belarus.

 Volunteer Work: Tutored English to children from underprivileged families in Minsk, Belarus;
Organized immigrant support group in Brooklyn, NY.
 Interests: Avid traveler, reader, puzzle solver, volleyball player; enjoy outdoors, camping, fishing.
 Language Proficiency: Fluent in English, proficient in German, native in Russian.
 Citizenship: U.S. Permanent Resident.
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Darden Graduate School of Business Administration Charlottesville, VA
University of Virginia
Candidate for Master of Business Administration, May 2011
• Recipient of Darden Merit Scholarship
• Member of Darden Capital Management, Finance Club, and Energy Club
• GMAT: 700
Robins School of Business Richmond, VA
University of Richmond
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, May 2003
• Double major in Business Administration (Finance) and Accounting; minor in Computer Science
• Recipient of Richmond Scholar, Intl. Student Merit and Computer Science Department Scholarships
• Analyst for Robins School of Business Investment Fund (Assets Under Management: $125,000)

2003 - 2009 Deloitte and Touche, LLP New York, NY / Houston, TX
Senior Consultant - Regulatory and Capital Markets Consulting
Provided audit and consulting services on use of derivatives for trading and hedging of power, natural
gas, coal, oil, and emission credits by energy marketers and energy companies
• Recipient of Deloitte Outstanding Performance Award in 2005 and 2008
• Consistently ranked amongst top 10% performers
Internal Initiative: Operational Accounting Automation Services
• Recognized market opportunity for improvement and automation of back office processes; took
initiative to create business plan, and led eight member team through 18 month development and
launch of a new Deloitte service offering for energy companies
• Worked with Managing Partner to take service offering to market, resulting in successful sale,
implementation and completion of first engagement and significant additional market interest
Project: Diesel Fuel Hedging Strategy Implementation
Client: US discount retail store with over $9 billion in revenues
• Led three member team responsible for modeling and performing scenario analysis to determine
impact of diesel price hedging on overall profitability and year-end financial statements
• Advised Treasurer on implementation of risk management strategy and adoption of hedge accounting
treatment to minimize $5MM budget-to-actual variance caused by diesel fuel price exposure
Project: Fair Value Measurement Process Design and Implementation
Client: Diversified energy marketing company with over $9 billion in revenues
• Served as subject matter expert on derivative and fair value issues and led the design and
development of solutions to classify transactions for FAS 157 fair value disclosure purposes
• Managed all aspects of engagement and ensured timely compliance with SEC reporting requirements
Project: Derivative Accounting Strategy and Policy Review
Client: Fortune 500 diversified energy company with over $19 billion in revenues
• Analyzed transacting strategies and drafted hedge accounting policies enabling client to satisfy
financial reporting requirements for designation of cash flow and fair value hedges
• Provided recommendations on portfolio restructuring to ensure compliance with FAS 133 guidance
Project: Year End Audit and Quarterly Financial Reviews
Client: US power producer and marketer with over $10 billion in revenues
• Performed quarterly and year-end audit procedures to evaluate derivative portfolios per FAS 133 and
analyzed power and gas hedge portfolios, valuation models and risk management procedures
• Evaluated deal execution, monitoring and settlement procedures to ensure SEC compliance


• Avid traveler (traveled to 12 countries) and outdoor sports enthusiast (cricket, tennis, hiking, cycling)
• Programming Languages: C++, Java, VBA and SQL (and working knowledge of ETRM systems)
• Fluent in English, Urdu, and conversational Hindi
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Darden Graduate School of Business Administration Charlottesville, VA
University of Virginia
Candidate for Master of Business Administration, May 2011
• Honor Advisor
• Member of Private Equity, Finance, General Mgmt. & Operations, and Energy Clubs
• GMAT: 740

University of Virginia Charlottesville, VA

Bachelor of Science in Systems Engineering, May 2004
• Graduated with Distinction
• Minor in Economics
• Published two articles based on thesis work on human-computer interactions in decision-making

2007 - 2009 Booz & Company McLean, VA
• Promoted to MBA level position; lead analyst supervising and mentoring junior employees
• Advised private equity clients on acquisitions of European electronics firm and US management
consulting firm; analyzed attractiveness of markets, assessed competitive positioning
• Performed acquisition scans for diversified engineering and manufacturing companies seeking
expansion into new markets; identified entry strategy, market potential, and competitive landscape
• Re-organized R&D division of cost-pressured Fortune 100 company; visited 100+ sites, coordinated
with managers to arrive at mutually agreeable solution to cut cost 10% without sacrificing innovation
• Conducted strategic planning exercise for global electronics manufacturer; forecast sales in variety of
geopolitical and macroeconomic scenarios; helped leadership understand risks and exposure
• Assessed cost position of a major automotive supplier facing declining sales; recommended labor
strategies to compensate for future demand scenarios
• Led internal marketing effort to benchmark corporate costs; built a database of 150 companies

Senior Consultant, Global Aerospace & Defense

• Worked with shipbuilding client to reduce costs of multi-billion dollar business; conducted
interviews, analyzed schedule, cost, and risk data; aided client in achieving 8% target savings
• Redesigned operating model for over-budget major defense program at Fortune 100 company;
interviewed 50+ executives and led two-day leadership meeting; improved customer trust
• Led undergrad recruiting at UVA; delivered briefings, led career fair, and coordinated 30+ volunteers

2004 - 2007 Booz Allen Hamilton McLean, VA

Senior Consultant, Non-Profit and US Government Strategy
• Assisted Board of struggling non-profit providing housing for 350 autistic adults; devised operating
strategy which absorbed $1M wage increase without reducing staff or decreasing service
• Developed lifetime cost analysis for aging US Army weapons platform; forecast 40+ years of costs
for alternative configurations, and recommended investment strategy to DoD Acquisition authorities.
• Led team of 15 senior IRS managers to re-engineer case routing operations, resulting in an
improvement in delinquent tax collections
• Served on Board of DC-Metro area INCOSE (Intl. Council on Systems Engineering) chapter

Consultant, Global Operations

• Led development of firm-wide business intelligence system; managed relationships and needs
between organizations, and translated requirements to software developers; trained 100+ staff
• Received “Absolute Personal Best Award” for innovative tool for measuring firm performance


• Provided pro-bono consulting to the National Women’s History Museum through DC-Cares
• Organize annual backpacking trip through US National Parks
• Enjoy soccer, cycling, tennis, and beer brewing
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Darden Graduate School of Business Administration Charlottesville, VA
University of Virginia
Candidate for Master of Business Administration, May 2011
 Elected section Student Affairs representative
 Deputy Chair of Social Events, Net Impact Club; member of Darden Capital Management Club
 GMAT: 710

Kenan-Flagler Business School, University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, NC

Master of Accounting, May 2004
 Recipient of AICPA John L. Carey Scholarship (based on academics, leadership, and career interest)

Duke University Durham, NC

Bachelor of Science, Economics, May 2001
 Recipient of Bakke Scholarship (Christian scholarship based on leadership potential and need)
 Duke Venture Intern; initiated and negotiated a cross-advertising deal with school newspaper for
Durham Ronald McDonald House that resulted in cash-free advertisement for a raffle event
 Foreign Exchange Program: Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany, Fall 1999

2004 - 2009 Ernst & Young LLP Greensboro, NC
Audit Senior, 2006 - 2009
 Analyzed insurance company’s Sarbanes-Oxley control structure for consistency with regulations and
critical success factors; advised senior management of findings that streamlined key controls by 20%
 Examined existing team work process to determine inefficiencies; proposed and rearranged process flow,
and reduced project time from 3,150 hours to 2,450 hours, resulting in 30% revenue/hour increase
 Directed engagement teams of up to six professionals; managed project profitability, staff performance,
and client relationships. Received "high-impact" award for contribution to office profitability
 Developed and counseled junior staff members through formal and informal feedback; advocated
career progress of junior staff with office executives during performance reviews
 Served as office Knowledge Concierge; compiled and communicated two audit tools and resources to
field teams that reduced work by approximately 4 hours per field team
 Built strong client trust through open communication and by advising on relevant audit matters; resulted
in award of approximately $65,000 in new business (15% increase) as client’s operations expanded

Audit Staff, 2004 - 2006

 Completed projects timely in spite of accelerated deadlines by collaborating with team and client;
resolved client concerns by consulting team executives and by direct engagement of client personnel
 Managed an engagement in role of senior auditor; received high rating for performance
 Coordinated Christmas party logistics for 100 as office social committee member

2002 - 2003 Guilford Technical Community College Jamestown, NC

Part-time Instructor
 Identified non-traditional learning needs of adult high school students and developed new computer
skills curriculum; received positive feedback from faculty and student body

2001 - 2002 Finch-Hatton Group Washington, DC

Technical Writer
 Rendered inspection requirements to dataflow diagrams for use in designing FAA safety database

 Fluent in Korean, proficient in German
 Elected Young Democrats of NC treasurer, 2003 - 2004; increased contributions over prior cycle by
310% to $37,000 through increased outreach efforts and organization of new fundraising events
 Volunteered for Greensboro, NC Junior Achievement and recruited two new volunteers, 2008 – 2009
 Attempted to summit Mt. Shasta in California; turned around 12,000 feet due to snow storm
 Raced in Blue Ridge Relay, a 207-mile team relay; raised $1,000+ in 2007 and 2008 against domestic violence

Darden Graduate School of Business Administration Charlottesville, Virginia
Candidate for Master of Business Administration, May 2011
 Member of General Management, Finance, and Entrepreneurship Clubs.
 GMAT: 740
Washington & Lee University Lexington, Virginia
Bachelor of Science in Accounting and Business Administration, June 2007
 Magna Cum Laude, Major GPA: 3.87
 Member of the Student Faculty Hearing Board
 Dean’s List and Honor Roll
International Operations Management Study Abroad Program (Spring 2005) Tokyo, Japan
 Analyzed and evaluated multiple manufacturing facilities, including the YKK zipper production plants in Macon,
Georgia and Kurobe, Japan.

2007 – 2009 Harris Williams & Co. Richmond, Virginia
Harris Williams & Co. is a leading middle market investment bank focused on merger and acquisition advisory.
Transaction Responsibilities:
 Process Execution
– Authored process materials, including (i) preliminary valuation overview and marketing strategies, (ii)
confidential information memorandum, (iii) management presentation, and (iv) presentation of offers.
– Identified and contacted prospective strategic and financial purchasers.
– Guided management through the diligence process, including coordinating and supervising multi-party due
diligence activities, preparing follow-up materials, and responding to buyer inquiries.
 Financial Analysis
– Developed financial models for the purpose of providing company valuation, assessing proposed transactions,
analyzing equity investor returns, and detailing projected financial statements for sale presentation.
 Client and Process Management
– Interacted closely with senior management teams on a number of transactions from preliminary due diligence
throughout the marketing effort, management presentations, and buyer due diligence.
Additional Responsibilities:
 Development of a New Industry Vertical
– Worked with a senior professional to develop a business plan for the creation of a new industry group in the
Harris Williams & Co. platform.
 Business Development Analyst
– Selected to serve as one of two Business Development Analysts with the specific role of reviewing, analyzing,
and managing potential leads for new business.
 Recruiting and New Analyst Mentoring
– Mentored new analysts and interns as well as participated in on campus recruiting activities.
Summer 2006 Resource Bank Virginia Beach, Virginia
Summer Intern
 Worked closely with CFO and Chairman to research and analyze regional bank stocks to provide the foundation
for a new capital fund project.

 Coaching: Head Lacrosse Coach, volunteered for four years at Lylburn Downing Middle School; Sports Camp
Counselor, coached teams in various sports for six summers.
 Outdoor Activities: Enjoy fly-fishing, golf, and biking.
 History: Interested in the founding of the United States and American leaders.
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Darden Graduate School of Business Administration Charlottesville, VA
University of Virginia
Candidate for Master of Business Administration, May 2011
 Awarded Darden merit scholarship
 Member of Darden Finance Club, Darden Capital Management, and Asian Business Club

University of Toronto Toronto, ON

Honors Bachelor of Science, June 2005
 Double Major in Commerce and Computer Science
 Regular columnist for student-run newspaper

2005-2009 DBRS Toronto, ON
Fast-growing global rating agency providing opinions on the creditworthiness of debt securities
Assistant Vice President, Oil & Gas (2008-2009)
 Promoted to AVP in less than three years, ahead of all peers in the group
 Led 20+ rating presentations to support rating actions and defended rationale in front of
 Responsible for portfolio coverage of 20 companies and regularly met and engaged with
senior management of covered entities to assess company performance and outlook
 Discussed the credit implications of the merger between Suncor Energy and Petro-Canada
in a company-hosted teleconference, and frequently met with institutional investors to
discuss credit and sector viewpoints
 Co-authored an in-depth industry study on liquidity in the oil & gas and pipeline industries
which generated the highest number of hits on website in the month it was published
 One of two analysts charged with developing and implementing a high-yield strategy for the
oil & gas group
Senior Financial Analyst, Oil & Gas (2007-2008)
 Drafted press releases and built pro forma models to assess credit implications for major
transactions, including a $20 billion oil sands expansion project (Voyageur) and the merger
of the largest two offshore drilling companies in the world (Transocean and GlobalSantaFe)
 Built model to identify potential high-yield clients using Bloomberg that was later adopted
by other industry groups to support major company initiative
 Trained incoming analysts in financial statement analysis, credit analysis, analyzing bond
indentures and bank facilities, and industry knowledge
 Co-authored detailed industry study on oilfield services
 Published 16 research reports on firms within the oil & gas and pipeline industries

Financial Analyst, Income Trusts and Oil & Gas (2005-2006)

 Sensitized financial models and projections for over 80 different companies in the oil & gas
and pipeline industries as sole junior analyst
 Created detailed marketing and presentation materials for the first company-hosted global
investor conference on Canada’s oil sands held in Calgary (70+ participants)
 Conducted industry research, due diligence, and built financial models, industry databases,
and comparables
 Passed all three levels of the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) Program (2005-2007)
 Canadian Securities Course (CSC)

 Enjoy snowboarding, running 10Ks, and playing poker
 Languages: Conversational in Cantonese, basic French
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Darden Graduate School of Business Administration, University of Virginia Charlottesville, VA
Candidate for Master of Business Administration, 2011
• Selected as a member of the Consortium for Graduate Study in Management for dedication to diversity
• Chosen to take part in the Amazon Kindle Education Pilot Program
• Conferred membership in the prestigious Jefferson Literary and Debating Society
• Clubs: Asia & Latin America Business; Technology; Finance; Private Equity; Entrepreneurship/VC
Brigham Young University Provo, UT
B.S. Biology, Business Management Minor, 2008
• Production Lead Editor for BYU Undergraduate Law Review
• BYU Model United Nations Team (World Trade Organization negotiations)
• Distinguished Delegate Award; Chosen to travel to China as part of a select delegation
• Won First Place Team and Best Position Paper awards twice in international competition
• Sigma Delta Pi (Hispanic Honor Fraternity): Academic Committee Member for Merit Chapter
• Student Government Project Manager for Dept. of Design & Technology

2009-Pres. Consultant, Genia Technologies San Jose BioCenter, CA
• Collaborated with chief R&D scientists to develop hybrid electrical/biological engineering technologies
• Appointed by CEO to take charge of IP research/strategy and assist with capital-raising
• Extended an offer to continue in a consulting capacity managing IP and competitor analysis efforts
2008 Intern, Office of the Attorney General (Business Div.), State of Hawaii Honolulu, HI
• Designed a database (~30,000 data points) digitizing years of paper-based notary records, which allowed for
greater department interoperability and faster access to pertinent information
• Initiated and completed the comprehensive fraud investigation of a 501(c) non-profit corporation
• Reviewed and edited land-use and business contracts submitted for regulatory oversight
• Attended board meetings of companies in receivership; witnessed replacement of executive leadership and
the discussion and approval of operational and financial plans to restore solvency and regulatory compliance
2007-2008 Analyst, Superior Properties & Ventures, LLC Provo, UT
• Performed due diligence on 100+ real estate investments involving: valuation, risk assessment, primary
investment and exit strategies, drafting of acquisition contracts, and negotiation of terms
2004-2007 Lab Manager, ThermoWorks, Inc. Alpine, UT
• Increased lab revenues by 27% each year and doubled lab productivity from first to second year by improving
operations, streamlining departmental communication, and digitizing the lab service order system
• Developed four customized software packages (one rated 4/5 Stars by CNET editor) which increased market
penetration and customer satisfaction by providing novel approaches to solving common problems
• Managed the migration of all company data and reporting to the NetSuite CRM package
2002-2004 Volunteer Missionary, Iglesia de Jesucristo S.U.D. Regions I-III, Chile, S.A.
• Served as Branch President (Pastor) to a 200+ member congregation
• Supervised adult and youth programs; planned activities and Sunday meetings; directed proselytizing efforts
• Initiated and led a public education program in conjunction with the public library system

• Fluently speak/read/write Spanish and English; elementary Mandarin Chinese (working towards full proficiency)
• Computer Languages: Flash, HTML, Java
• Eagle Scout Award (Top 5% of Boy Scouts of America participants)
• Non-profit work: Executive board member for American Cancer Society Relay For Life event fundraiser
• Interests: Tournament Golf (2007 U.S. Amateur Pub. Links Championship); Soccer (Atlantis Athletic Club semi-
pro team from 2005-2007); Ice Hockey; Public Policy; FAA Student Pilot License; PADI Certified Scuba Diver
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Darden Graduate School of Business Administration Charlottesville, VA
University of Virginia
Candidate for Master of Business Administration, May 2011
 Dean’s Merit Scholarship Recipient
 Member of Darden Finance, Real Estate and Private Equity Clubs
 Selected for Darden Case Team – University of Texas National Real Estate Competition
 GMAT: 710
Duke University Durham, NC
Bachelor of Arts: Economics, May 2004
Bachelor of Arts: Political Science, May 2004
 Officer in Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity
 Member of Duke Club Golf and Soccer Teams
 Study Abroad – New York University in Florence, Italy

2006 - 2009 RBC Capital Markets New York, NY
Business Associate – Municipal Investment Banking (2008-2009)
 Promoted by the Head of Municipal Investment Banking to serve on Management Committee and
conduct all financial analyses relating to recruiting, compensation and cost reduction for 350-person
investment banking group.
 Managed $245M annual budget process with seven industry heads and 20 office managers.
 Created model to forecast RBC’s financial exposure due to management of illiquid $22B municipal
auction rate security portfolio and presented analysis to President, COO and General Counsel, which led
to successful settlements with SEC and NYAG.
 Supervised two municipal analysts in Global Debt Markets Rotational Program.
Associate – Municipal Investment Banking (2007-2008)
 Reviewed financial and transactional objectives with clients and closed on eight multifamily housing
bond financings in Northeast, Mid-Atlantic and Gulf Coast regions.
 Pitched to clients a full range of derivative and balance sheet products and executed innovative direct
bond purchase through RBC’s Tender Option Bond Program.
Analyst – Municipal Investment Banking (2006-2007)
 Spearheaded new issue and refinancing cash flow analyses on 15 taxable and tax-exempt multifamily
housing bond transactions, including fixed rate, floating rate, and derivative financings.

2006 - 2009 Zephyr Electric Power, Inc Raleigh, NC

Chief Financial Officer
 Founded start-up side venture to build first offshore wind energy facility in North Carolina.
 Developed project finance plan and won request for proposal mandate to deliver wind energy through
NC GreenPower, a renewable energy initiative approved by NC Utility Commission.

2004 - 2006 Eichner & Norris PLLC Washington, DC

Financial Analyst
 Constructed cash flow analyses and verification reports for investment banking clients on 50 multifamily
housing bond transactions totaling more than $450M.
 Led due diligence process with developers, underwriters and other members of financing team, which
resulted in the issuance of 20 bond offering memorandums.

2001 - 2004 Devil’s Delivery Service, Inc Durham, NC

Chief Operating Officer; Head of Grocery Delivery
 Managed 100 employees and all delivery operations for Duke’s largest student owned/run corporation.
 Negotiated exclusive partnership agreement with Duke University Stores and expanded operations to
include grocery delivery, which generated annual gross revenues of $800K.
 Oversaw company recruitment process resulting in the acquisition of 15 student managers/shareholders.

 Series 7 and Series 63 qualified; NASD Registered in the State of New York.
 Interests include golf (maintain 8 handicap) and international travel (visited 35 countries).
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Darden Graduate School of Business Administration, University of Virginia Charlottesville, VA
Candidate for Master of Business Administration, May 2011
 Recipient of Darden Merit Scholarship; 50% merit award
 Elected Social Chair Representative, representing class of 60
 Selected Deputy Chair - Curriculum Change and Campus Greening - Net Impact Club
 GMAT: 730

Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Delhi Delhi, India

Bachelor of Technology & Master of Technology, Biochemical Engineering & Biotechnology
 Top 0.5% of 300,000 applicants in National Level Engineering Entrance Examination
 Director’s Silver Medal for highest GPA in M.Tech. & B.Tech.; ranked first in department
 Scholarship for Academic Excellence awarded by Indian Ministry of Human Resource Development
 Ujjwal Jeevan Trust Award – Gold Medal – for the most well-rounded student
 Joint General Secretary, Biochemical Engineers & Technologists Association

CFA Institute, USA Charlottesville, VA

Candidate for Chartered Financial Analyst Level-III, June 2010

2008-2009 Strategic Decisions Group (SDG) India, Associate Consultant Gurgaon, India
Strategy consulting firm with expertise in decision-making, risk management, and value creation;
founded by Prof Carl Spetzler, Stanford Graduate School of Business
 Distribution Strategy: developed new medicine distribution strategy for Australian pharmaceutical
major, reducing distribution cost by 30% and increasing product penetration by 10%
 Turnaround Strategy: valued five business units of Indonesian company as part of divestment study;
identified divestment targets and raised $40MM to acquire majority stake in two most valued units
 Market Entry Strategy: evaluated market potential, regulatory issues, customer selection and
alliance opportunities to help $35B Japanese company to entry Indian power industry
 Organization Restructuring: prepared new organization structure for family owned $6B Indian
conglomerate, analyzing challenges in existing structure; decentralized decision making to ensure
efficiency of management bandwidth and optimal delegation of financial powers
2007-2009 Chandpur Enterprises Limited, Managing Director Chandpur, India
Diversified $20MM family business of paper, steel and snacks manufacturing
Strategy Planning
 Created two-year strategic roadmap for holding company and operating goals for individual business
units; assessed capability gaps and developed comprehensive capability development plan
 Built mathematical model to determine optimal raw material combination at given raw material
prices; enabled managers to make quick operational decisions saving $200K over two years
Operations and Implementation
 Managed optimization and cost reduction Kaizen (continuous improvement project), resulting in
elimination of bottlenecks, production increase of 36% and cost reduction of 14% within 3 months
 Led 50 person team to design and implement logistics and supply chain system; identified suppliers
and negotiated contracts to reduce inventory levels by 50% saving $50K annually
 Evaluated & inspected company’s compliance with regulations of 16 Indian government departments

2004-2007 KCM Jewels Limited, Director – Business Development Delhi, India

Jewelry manufacturing and retail showroom
 Developed business plan, budgets, marketing feasibility study, and demand forecast to direct
company’s entry into the diamond jewelry sector
 Prepared promotional documents and pitch-document for new investors
2006 University of Pennsylvania, Summer Intern Philadelphia, PA
 Designed a microcontroller device (design under patent consideration) to identify gene therapy for
Muscular Dystrophy

 Founder, Madho Prasad Memorial Trust: set-up health-clinic and school for families of
manufacturing plant workers to provide basic healthcare coverage and education
 Photography: awarded certificate for Significant Contribution to Photography & Hobbies Society IIT
 Avid traveler; explored 15+ countries
 Active sporting interest in Cricket
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Darden Graduate School of Business Administration Charlottesville, VA
University of Virginia
Candidate for Master of Business Administration, May 2011
First Year Deputy Career Development Chair- Net Impact Club

2002-2006 Colgate University Hamilton, NY

Bachelor of Arts, International Relations, May 2006
Division 1 Varsity Golf Team Letter Freshman-Junior
GMAT 710
 Dartmouth Tuck School of Business- Summer 2005 Hanover, NH
Coursework in accounting, corporate finance, economics, strategy, and marketing.
 New York University Study Abroad- Spring 2005 Prague, CZR
Researched and presented article on the collapse of the third largest bank in the Czech Republic.
 London School of Economics- Summer 2004 London, UK
Performed market research and developed business plan for Saudi based healthcare startup.
 Colgate University- Summer 2004 Beijing, China
Researched the westernization of retailing in China.

2009 Grameen America New York, NY
Microfinance subsidiary of Grameen Bank, which is based out of Bangladesh.
 Collaborated with CEO and Vice President on evaluating operating plan and built models for
new rural and urban branch operations.
 Constructed improved template for identifying new branch opportunities, incorporating prospective
donors and target market along with rural and urban branch analyses.
 Researched and developed business plans for credit union license application and public offering by
incorporating branch projections, industry information and business value proposition.
 Prepared company presentation highlighting growth trends and market opportunity for potential donors.
 Identified marketing and business development channels including social media integration.

2006-2009 Silver Point Capital Greenwich, CT/Atlanta, GA

Asset management fund with $6B of equity capital focused on distressed and complex public and/or private
investment opportunities.
 Identified and analyzed M&A, restructuring and general finance opportunities using industry
information, company specific data and contacts and valuation metrics.
 Analyzed due diligence information through regular communication with advisors, sponsors and
company management teams along with industry specialists.
 Established a cross functional deal team to assess $80MM financing opportunity for a recycled fiber
producer, led due diligence process for follow on opportunity.
 Built analytical models as part of distinct internal deal teams to outline and evaluate investment
theses and financing structures, including $75MM asset based facility for $3B building products
company and $200MM exit facility for $380MM chemical company.

2005 Alvarez & Marsal New York, NY

Crisis Management Analyst
 Developed payroll and retail discount reports, analysis of potential cost savings, and management reports
on-site for client to outline run-rate performance enhancements.

2005 Central European Advisory Group (CEAG) Prague, CZR

Legal and small business consulting firm in the Czech Republic.
Research Analyst
 Identified alternative funding sources for medium-sized companies in Eastern Europe.

 Enjoy international travel, golf, skiing and snowboarding, watercolor painting and drawing.
 International volunteer in Lima, Peru feeding, teaching English and preparing homework assignments
for 30 five-year olds in underserved community (May 2009).
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Darden Graduate School of Business Administration Charlottesville, VA
University of Virginia
Candidate for Master of Business Administration, May 2011
 Merit Scholarship Award Winner
 Club Participation: Darden Capital Management; Finance Club; Private Equity Club; Rugby Team and Outdoors Club

Duquesne University Pittsburgh, PA

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, December 2001
 Major: Finance; Major GPA: 3.9/4.0; Cumulative GPA: 3.4/4.0
 Full-time scholarship wrestler and part-time employee while graduating college in three and one-half years
 Club Participation: Duquesne Asset Management Group; President and Portfolio Manager

2005 – Present Hahn Capital Management San Francisco, CA
$300 million AUM; long-only equities, mid-cap value
Senior Research Analyst – Generalist
 Cover 10 to 12 positions in 30-stock portfolio. Coverage responsibilities: financial forecasting and valuation
modeling, competitor and industry analysis, financial statement due diligence. Present sell, add and reduce
recommendations to the Investment Committee.
o Interviewed over 100 senior executives as part of new idea research process and current coverage
 Manage all aspects of new idea process, from initial idea write up and due diligence analysis to management
and analyst calls/meetings, building new models, forecasting and valuation, and final recommendation write
up and presentation.
o Lead analyst in nine new additions to the portfolio over the last 24 months and assisted in six others.
 Developed 13 forward and backward looking screening tools that focus on companies with high return on
capital, cash flow and earnings power potential at reasonable prices. Screens are now responsible for over
35% of portfolio companies.
 Report on current condition of companies in portfolio from insider trading and short interest to industry,
political and economic developments and proxy voting issues.

2009 – Present Down To Earth Energy Monroe, GA

Chief Financial Advisor – Board Member
 Advise the firm on how to formulate its accounting, cost management and capital financing strategies.
Designed forecasting system and consult on cash management.

2003 - 2005 United States Peace Corps Kostanai, Kazakhstan

Economic Development Volunteer
 Co-launched North Kazakhstan Microfinance Credit Fund: created strategic plan and the business plan;
modeled a forecasting system; trained employees in credit and portfolio management, accounting and
forecasting; designed a database, and conducted marketing surveys. Presently on the Board of Directors
and oversaw the growth of assets from $16,000 in 2004 to over $200,000 today.
 Advised over 60 entrepreneurs on business plan writing; performed financial analysis and consulted on
operational, marketing and financing activities of small and medium enterprises, conducted training for
small business organizations.
 Taught business concepts and practices at two Kazakhstan universities.

2002 - 2003 US Steel Pittsburgh, PA/Belgrade, Serbia

Due Diligence Auditor
 Analyzed operations, inventory management, and the business plan, performed ROI analysis on various
product lines, and interviewed key management employees as part of the due diligence operations in the
process of privatizing Serbian steel assets.
 Prepared an extensive financial analysis and contributed to the due diligence activities in the proposed $500
million sale of US Steel raw material operations to the Apollo Group.

 Russian - fluent in reading, writing and speaking; Kazakh - proficient in speaking and reading

 Big Brothers Big Sisters: Mentor (2005 - 2009)
 Competitive endurance runner and triathlete. Completed 2007 Coeur D’Alene Ironman Triathlon; 2006 & 2007 San Francisco
Marathon; and five Half-Ironman competitions since 2007. Currently training for marathon in November 2009.
 Completed 28-day Field Course at Boulder Outdoor Survival School in Utah desert in June 2008
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Darden Graduate School of Business Administration Charlottesville, VA
University of Virginia
Candidate for Master of Business Administration, May 2011
• Darden Capital Management, Darden Private Equity, Finance and Entrepreneurship
& Venture Capital Club
• GMAT: 710

Wake Forest University Winston-Salem, NC

Bachelor of Arts, Physics; Minor, Computer Science, May 2002
• Elected Representative Wake Forest Student Government Legislature
• Head Coach, Forsyth Country Day School JV lacrosse team

2002-2009 HSBC Bank New York, NY
Foreign Exchange Trading, Forwards Desk, Senior Market-Making and Proprietary Trader

Senior Vice President (2009)

• Generated $8MM profit through June, equal to 2009 annual budget
• Promoted three months prior to business school; participated in search for replacement and ensured
seamless transition to new trader

Vice President (2006-2009)

• Generated annual profits between $3MM and $35MM, up to seven times annual budgets
• Mentored five junior traders by teaching proper risk and money management skills, enabling three to
be promoted to senior traders
• Created multiple proprietary trading and valuation models for off-balance sheet interest rate products
that were leveraged to produce excess revenue
• Developed robust foreign exchange pricing model using interest rate curves generated by HSBC
proprietary software; management chose to use this pricing model instead of paying for 3rd party
which would cost $150K upfront and $10K a month to maintain

Associate Vice President (2003-2006)

• Generated annual profits between $500K and $3MM, up to two times annual budgets
• Designed emerging markets pricing model incorporating multiple broker feeds out to one year, and a
computed curve out to ten years; traders still use the model today
• Assumed market making responsibilities for a senior trader immediately, while most junior traders
work in a support role for six to twelve months before gaining similar responsibilities

Confirmation Specialist - Foreign Exchange Operations (2002-2003)

• Discovered and resolved trade discrepancies quickly and efficiently for foreign exchange, non-
deliverables and options, thereby reducing market risk
• Improved and standardized non-deliverable forward contracts to streamline and enable the
automation of confirmations

• CFA Institute, Chartered Financial Analyst, Level II Candidate
• Elected Chairman Wake Forest University Young Alumni Development Board
• Elected President Delta Kappa Epsilon’s Psi Delta Alumni Association
• 1995 USAustralia All-Star Lacrosse team goalie
• Interests: Avid fly fisherman, photographer, kiteboarder, cyclist, and triathlete
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Darden Graduate School of Business Administration Charlottesville, VA
University of Virginia
Candidate for Master of Business Administration, May 2011
 GMAT: 750
 Member of Darden Capital Management, Finance, Private Equity, Energy, Outdoors, Wine & Cuisine, General
Management & Operations Clubs

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Chapel Hill, NC

Bachelor of Arts in Economics and Public Policy Analysis, December 2004
 Burch Field Research Seminar, Washington, D.C., Fall 2004
 Dean’s List Fall 2001, Fall 2003, Spring 2004
 Major GPA: 3.45 (Economics)

2005-2009 Maryland Capital Management, LLC Baltimore, MD
Associate Analyst
 Researched and forecasted earnings for public companies by developing dynamic financial models using public
trading comparables, discounted cash flow, and discounted future earnings approaches; presented research
findings to firm’s investment committee, contributing to performance more than 8% ahead of benchmark over
four years
 Presented analyses on over $400 million of investments for institutional and high net worth clients,
recommended methods to reduce portfolio risk while meeting required financial objectives by allocating funds
to firm’s proprietary investment strategies
 Designed and implemented Global Investment Performance Standards (GIPS) verification process in response
to SEC request, reducing time spent on performance reporting and improving internal controls

2005 Cambridge Associates, LLC Arlington, VA

Investment Performance Associate
 Prepared monthly and quarterly investment portfolio analysis for more than twenty-five clients, reporting results
directly to investment consultants, analysts, and clients
 Collected, analyzed, and graphically illustrated asset allocation, spending, and performance data of colleges,
universities, foundations, and high net worth family groups, allowing clients to make appropriate allocations to
underlying asset managers and custodians
 Used computer models and databases to analyze performance of over 300 managers of stock, bond, and
alternative asset portfolios, providing clients with information to make informed investment decisions

SPRING 2005 Ferris, Baker Watts, Inc. Baltimore, MD

Investment Banking Intern
 Conducted valuation, industry analysis, and due diligence for several transactions, ranging from $50 to $100
million, by specialized lending firms as part financial institutions investment banking group
 Evaluated financing strategies for several companies and provided advice on optimal transaction size and
structure given market conditions
 Analyzed various corporate finance transactions, including acquisitions, divestitures, and public and private
placement of equity for small to mid-capitalization financial companies

FALL 2004 National Congress for Community Economic Development Washington, D.C.
Policy Research Intern
 Researched and forecasted impact of government programs on economic development in response to criticism
of government spending; presented white paper of results to senior officials in the U.S. Federal Home Loan
Banks and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development

 Series 65 license
 Designed and maintain website for local kindergarten class
 Prepare Foxhall Farm/Elkridge-Harford/My Lady’s Manor steeplechase race courses for annual races and help
coordinate race-day activities
 Actively participate in management of family farming business (Rigdon Farms, Inc.)
 Interests include: lacrosse, squash, woodworking, UNC Tar Heel athletics, and Baltimore Ravens football
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Darden Graduate School of Business Administration Charlottesville, VA
University of Virginia
Candidate for Master of Business Administration, May 2011
 Member of the Finance, Private Equity, Real Estate Clubs
 Latin American Student Association

Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México (ITAM) Mexico City, Mexico

(Ranked #1 in Mexico for undergraduate education in Economics)
Bachelor of Science in Economics, December 2005
 Elected Class Secretary, 2003 – 2004
 Teacher’s Assistant for Intermediate Microeconomics, Fall 2005
 Worked full-time to fund college tuition

2006 - 2009 Mexico Retail Properties Mexico City, Mexico
Private Equity Real Estate Joint Venture between Equity International Partners and The Black Creek
Group comprising three independent funds totaling $520 MM
Acquisitions and Underwriting Associate
 Underwrote over 20 retail development transactions resulting in $250MM investments
 Led due diligence efforts of three shopping mall acquisitions totaling $150MM
 Built discounted cash flow models to forecast Fund’s expected return in transaction valued at
approximately 10% of company’s equity
 Developed current core valuation model for underwriting development transactions and acquisitions
 Drafted investment memoranda and board presentations, including potential spin off opportunity
plans for the third largest retailer and the second largest hotel owner and operator in Mexico
 Created and executed budgeting and control system used for over 20 shopping centers
 Presented monthly financial and operative results to management committee in order to determine
appropriate course of actions to meet annual targets
 Managed and trained a team of three analysts in modeling skills and business operations

2004 - 2006 Ernst & Young Mexico City, Mexico

Transfer Pricing and Valuation Division
Senior Consultant
 Developed transfer pricing strategies for multinational companies resulting in tax savings of over
 Only consultant selected to participate in an international task force led by E&Y New York and
Chicago offices to restructure the supply chain operations of two global companies
 Constructed company valuation models for tax strategy implementations and supply chain
restructuring projects
 Drafted company valuation and transfer pricing reports
 Communicated project results in client meetings
 Led quarterly technical sessions for entry level consultants as part of their initial training
 Fastest promotion to a Senior Consultant position within the Mexico City practice

2003 - 2004 Baker & McKenzie Mexico City, Mexico

Transfer Pricing Division
 Drafted transfer pricing reports for cross border transactions executed by multinational companies
 Analyzed financial statements and performed comparable company searches

 Native fluency in Spanish
 Fundraising and grade school teacher volunteer for children in rural communities, Fondo Para Ninos
de Mexico, A.C., (2006, 2007)
 Mexico National U-20 Ice Hockey (2000)
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As co-founder & consultant, was integrally involved in virtually every aspect since inception of my projects.
Have raised a total of $1 million in seed funding from angel investors

Darden Graduate School of Business Administration Charlottesville, VA
University of Virginia
Candidate for Master of Business Administration, May 2011
⋅ Awarded Batten Entrepreneurship Scholarship (full two year tuition waiver, merit based). GMAT - 720
⋅ Elected by administration to the Darden Hospitality Advisory Board for two years
⋅ Active member of the Consulting, Marketing & General Management clubs

University of Mumbai Mumbai, India

Master of Commerce, July 2009
Bachelor of Commerce, May 2005
⋅ Worked full time throughout undergraduate & masters’ programs
⋅ Won the ‘Jai Hind Toastmasters’ award for best public speaker, 2003

2008-2009 Ice Hospitality Pvt. Ltd. Mumbai, India
12,000 sq. ft. hospitality venture consisting of two restaurants and a sports bar. Capacity – 420 customers
Project Consultant
⋅ Led setup of entire venture, managed budget of $600,000 and saved client $38,000 in setup costs
⋅ Developed & implemented go to market strategy for Ice in the budding corporate township of 'New
Bombay.' Positioned Ice’s outlets as the premier banquet & dining destination for corporate clientele
⋅ Streamlined operations & centralized back office, resulting in savings of 6% in raw material costs
⋅ Represented client in dealings with F&B suppliers, P.R. agency and in liaison with the Indian government
⋅ Recruited, trained and supervised 73 employees. Created incentive schemes to promote up-
selling & developed rotational programs for employees interested in management positions
⋅ Eventually offered partnership – but turned it down to attend Darden

2006-2008 White Lounge & Bar Mumbai, India

An up market lounge & bar in downtown Mumbai. In F.Y. 2008, White grossed $300,000 in revenues
Co – founder & C.E.O.
⋅ Performed valuation analysis, negotiated & purchased struggling restaurant; raised $250,000 through
angel investor. Revamped & re-launched it as “White Lounge,” saving 3.5% of allocated budget
⋅ Devised & implemented an unconventional model to outsource White’s kitchen to neighboring
restaurants & competitors. Eventually shut down White’s loss making kitchen to rely completely on
outsourced food – model resulted in 80% boost in banquet sales and saved 25% in Fixed Costs
⋅ Managed 55 employees. Designed organizational structure & set performance targets linked to monthly net revenues
⋅ Designed a unique marketing and P.R. campaign with Edelman to launch White amongst Bombay’s cluster
of bars. White eventually secured a position as one of the 'Top 10 bars in India' by ‘Style Kandy’ magazine

2003-2008 Planet Events & Hospitalities Pvt. Ltd. Mumbai, India

Co – founder & C.E.O.
⋅ Produced, marketed & managed more than 40 large scale events in India & internationally
⋅ Conceptualized, produced & executed Bombay’s biggest New Year event by constructing a 45,000 sq. ft. dome on
Bombay’s concert grounds – sold 8,000 tickets & revenues of $285,000. Set precedent in city for New Year Eve events
⋅ Persuaded several apparel & beverage brands for event sponsorship & launched city wide advertising campaigns
⋅ Led teams exceeding 300 people. Catered to 25,000 guests in total

2004-2006 11 Echoes Resto-bar Mumbai, India

A 3,100 sq.ft. split level restaurant built in place of an old villa overlooking the Arabian Sea
Co – founder & Joint Managing Director
⋅ As youngest restaurateur in India (FNL), raised $500,000 and acquired 23 licenses to launch Echoes
⋅ Successfully bid, negotiated and signed nine year lease for one of Bombay’s prime real estate properties
⋅ Handpicked, trained & managed 60 employees, including two executive chefs from Bombay's finest restaurants
⋅ Cashed out by selling 25% sweat equity. Successful exit for angel as well

⋅ Guest speaker at the Oriental Institute of Management as 'Young Turk.' February, 2008
⋅ Co-founder of Independent restaurants association (I.R.A.), Member of Indian Merchants Chamber (I.M.C.)
⋅ Social distance runner & swimmer. Dubious distinction of having been rejected by 13 angel investors
250 W Main Street  Charlottesville, Virginia 22902  (434) 825-4541  shermanj11@darden.virginia.edu

Darden Graduate School of Business Administration Charlottesville, VA
University of Virginia
Candidate for Master of Business Administration, May 2011
 GMAT: 730
 Member of Media, Finance, and Private Equity Clubs

University of Virginia School of Law Charlottesville, VA

Juris Doctor, May 2006
 Editorial Board Member, Virginia Journal of International Law
 Vice President, Student Legal Forum, the group responsible for recruiting speakers to the law school

University of Virginia Charlottesville, VA

B.A. English Literature, May 2001

Universitat Innsbruck Innsbruck, Austria

Summer Program - Expatriate American Literature, 1999

2007-2009; Novelist John Grisham Charlottesville, VA
2004-2006 Legal Consultant
 Developed a defense strategy in a successful defense of a multi-million dollar defamation lawsuit
 Coordinated the document review efforts of three teams of lawyers working on a defamation lawsuit
 Collected and analyzed all legal and non-legal documents used for corroboration in a NY Times best-
selling book of non-fiction
 Conducted legal analysis on matters related to four NY Times best-selling books of fiction

2006-2007 Davis Wright Tremaine Seattle, WA

Associate Attorney
 Spearheaded a team of attorneys responsible for the due diligence associated with the sale of a
grocery cooperative valued at $38.5 million
 Managed a team of associates evaluating spectrum leases in relation to a national spectrum lease
acquisition campaign conducted by a wireless broadband internet service provider
 Drafted letters of intent, purchase agreements, confidentiality agreements, and other documents
related to the purchase and sale of assets in the media and technology industry
 Represented banks and lending institutions in court during default judgment proceedings

Summer 2003 Troutman Sanders Richmond, VA

Summer Associate
 Conducted legal analysis and drafted memoranda and briefs pertaining to litigation matters ranging
from employment discrimination to real estate disputes
 Devised an $8 million real estate partition plan for a member-managed LLC

2002-2003 Senator George Allen Washington, DC

Legislative Aide
 Led town-hall meetings on behalf of the Senator to discuss issues of concern to Virginians
 Advised the Senator on all issues pertaining to healthcare, federal government, and trade by
preparing vote recommendation memoranda and floor speeches pertaining to these areas

 Eagle Scout Award
 Davis Wright Tremaine Pro Bono Award: past pro bono activities include the representation of
political refugees in deportation proceedings, the representation of arts organizations in First
Amendment cases, and the drafting of proposed legislation to protect riparian ecosystems for healthy
trout populations in Virginia, Rhode Island, and Montana
 Interests include fiction writing, fly fishing, snowboarding, running, and reading
110 Ivy Drive Apt. 11  Charlottesville, VA 22903  (203) 247-9597  SimonB11@darden.virginia.edu

Darden Graduate School of Business Administration Charlottesville, VA
University of Virginia
Candidate for Master of Business Administration, May 2011
 Merit-based scholarship recipient
 Member of Finance, Darden Private Equity, and Darden Capital Management Clubs
 GMAT: 710

Washington and Lee University Lexington, VA

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and Accounting, June 2004
 Magna cum laude
 3.56 / 4.00 Cumulative GPA, 3.82 / 4.00 Major GPA
 Member of Washington and Lee Student Consulting group
 Lettered in NCAA Division III Men's Lacrosse

2004-2009 PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP Stamford, CT
Senior Associate (2007-2009)
 Managed five to seven individuals on multiple engagements that included review of subordinates,
development of annual audit budget and coordination of audit strategy with international support
 Assessed private company valuations using public company comparables and budgeted financial
 Tested private equity portfolio company sale and purchase transactions through review of agreements
and recalculation of ownership and carry valuations
 Analyzed market trends and historical client data to formulate financial projections for comparison to
 Performed detailed carve-out procedures for three separate clients to validate financials for sale/spin-
off of company’s business segment
 Guided client through class action lawsuit involving improper revenue recognition by examining
customer contracts and conducting forensic analysis of employee emails
 Designed testing models to evaluate clients’ FAS 123(R) compensation expense assumptions under
the Black-Scholes Option Pricing Model
 Developed test plans for significant business processes including mapping of key controls to
financial statement assertions and assessing relevant risks

Associate (2004-2007)
 Developed and executed testing models to provide reasonable assurance that client's financial
statements were fairly stated
 Assessed documentation of client's business process controls over financial reporting to evaluate
design effectiveness
 Coordinated audits of defined contribution and defined benefit plans of companies with net assets in
excess of $650M to ensure compliance with applicable IRS, DOL, and ERISA regulations

Intern (2003)
 Created and maintained audit binders presented during litigation involving another accounting firm

 Certified Public Accountant, State of New York, 2008
 Completed Level I of the CFA Exam, 2009
 Taught semester of Business Ethics to high school students as member of Junior Achievement
 Travel, football, marathon training, and coaching youth lacrosse
108E Melbourne Park Circle • Charlottesville, VA 22901 • (646) 388-2809 • WebbC11@darden.virginia.edu

Darden Graduate School of Business, University of Virginia Charlottesville, VA
Candidate for Master of Business Administration, May 2011
• Finance Club, Private Equity Club, Darden Capital Management
• GMAT: 740
Yale University New Haven, CT
Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, May 2004
• GPA: 3.7; LSAT: 173
• Elected Vice President, Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity

2006-2009 Cowen Group, Inc. New York, NY
Boutique investment bank focused on healthcare, technology and consumer sectors
Investment Banking Associate, Office of the Chief Executive (2008-2009)
• Worked directly for CEO and Chief of Staff on strategic initiatives from execution of 2006 IPO to
2009 reverse merger with Ramius Capital, LLC ($7B hedge fund)
• Performed discounted cash flow and comparable company valuation analyses to advise Board of
Directors and senior management on firm valuation
• Evaluated multiple buy-side and sell-side strategic opportunities including: preparing financial
forecasts and performing initial due diligence
• Created and implemented internal report for senior management integrating data from multiple
client relationship management platforms to optimize allocation of banking, sales and trading
resources to secure financing mandates
• Performed comprehensive market share and pipeline analyses to develop top-down and bottoms-
up business forecasts
• Developed detailed competitor profiles to identify growth opportunities through expansion of
product offerings and build-out of industry coverage verticals
• Analyzed hostile bid from Rodman and Renshaw and discovered material strategic discrepancies
resulting in successful takeover defense

Investment Banking Analyst, Office of the Chief Executive (2006-2007)

• Hired as junior resource to support Chief of Staff and CEO and assist senior team executing IPO
• Involved in all aspects of execution of IPO carve-out from Société Générale including: regulatory
filings, valuation, market assessment and marketing strategy
• Developed presentations for Board of Directors covering financial performance, strategic
opportunities and internal operations
• Drafted quarterly earnings releases, earnings call scripts and investor presentations for CEO
• Collaborated with Legal Department to prepare SEC regulatory filings (Form 10-K, 10-Q and
annual proxy statements)

2004-2005 District Attorney’s Office New York, NY

Paralegal, Trial Bureau 60
• Assisted seven Assistant District Attorneys throughout all stages of investigation and prosecution
of felony and misdemeanor cases including: murder, burglary, drug offenses and fraud
• Coordinated case investigation process: procured phone, medical and credit records; obtained
evidence; interviewed witnesses and victims; liaised with NYPD officers
• Drafted subpoenas, motions and court orders

• Interests: skiing, golf, backgammon, running
• Infrared grill technology enthusiast
108E Melbourne Park Circle  Charlottesville, VA 22901  (917) 544-6235  WebbJ11@darden.virginia.edu

Darden Graduate School of Business Administration Charlottesville, VA
University of Virginia
Candidate for Master of Business Administration, May 2011
 Finance Club, Private Equity Club and Darden Capital Management

Harvard University Cambridge, MA

Bachelor of Arts, English, June 2003
 Elected president of Winthrop House Committee
 GPA: 3.5

2005-2009 Lehman Brothers (Asia) / Nomura International Hong Kong
Associate – Investment Banking, Equity Capital Markets (2007 – 2009)
 Relocated at request of Global Head of ECM to build out cross-border capital markets capabilities
 Doubled previous two years’ equity issuance, executing US IPO and follow-on within four months
 Expanded structured equity footprint, closing US convertible with call spread for Asian issuer
 Established and implemented best practices for capital markets advisory in cross-border M&A
 Partnered with Head of Syndicate to originate private placement opportunities for institutional clients
 Managed all aspects of equity process, including valuation, structuring and execution
 Led coverage for natural resources, power, metals and mining industries
Selected Transaction Experience
 AirMedia Holdings: $225MM Nasdaq IPO and subsequent capital-raising transactions
 JA Solar: $265MM follow-on and $350MM convertible with call spread (1st ever for an Asian issuer)
 COSL: advised on capital markets implications of successful $3.2B bid for Awilco ASA

Lehman Brothers (US) New York, NY

Analyst / Associate – Investment Banking, Equity Capital Markets (2005 – 2007)
 Promoted to Associate within one year of joining the firm
 Recruited by head of ECM to augment capital markets capability for technology sector
 Executed 12 technology offerings raising $2B within year, including $365MM in alternative energy
 Transitioned to natural resources vertical, focusing on alternative fuels coverage within energy space
 Expanded coverage expertise to include oil and gas, power, metals and mining and MLP sectors
Select Transaction Experience
 SunPower Corp: $139MM carve-out IPO from Cypress Semi and subsequent $206MM follow-on
 XTO Energy: $907MM follow-on to finance acquisition of Dominion Resource assets
 VeraSun Energy: $420MM IPO, capital markets advice on acquisition of pre-IPO ethanol company

2003-2005 Credit Suisse First Boston New York, NY

Analyst – Investment Banking, Equity Capital Markets / Private Placements
 Partnered with Managing Director to develop 144A equity platform and build out distribution network
 Collaborated with industry bankers, asset finance, sales and investors to develop 144A product
 Generated $43MM in fees, recognized as “product development of the quarter” by firm
 Worked with Director to develop Private Investment in Public Equity (“PIPE”) execution expertise
 Researched legal framework, recommended best practices and constructed pitch materials for PIPEs
Select Transaction Experience
 Deerfield Triarc: $400MM 144A equity raise establishing mortgage REIT and subsequent IPO
 Westlake Chemical: $170MM IPO, advised on insider stock monetization and hedging alternatives
 Royalty Pharma: sale of limited partnership units in royalty portfolio and subsequent closing

 Series 7 and 63 certified (US), SFC Paper 1 certified (Hong Kong)
 Member of the Bond Club of New York
 Avid fly-fisherman and skier, outdoor enthusiast
270 Colonnade Drive Apt #18 • Charlottesville, VA 22903 • 434-466-4418 • YildirimE11@darden.virginia.edu

Darden Graduate School of Business Administration Charlottesville, VA
University of Virginia
Candidate for Master of Business Administration, May 2011
• Darden School Scholarship recipient
• Member of Darden Finance, Capital Management, and Private Equity Clubs
• GMAT:700

Koc University Istanbul, Turkey

Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration and Economics, January 2001
• Dual degree recipient
• Awarded full tuition scholarship and fellowship based on placement (top 10 in nationwide university
entrance examination)
• GPA: 3.68 (Ranked 5th in class of 68)
• Assistant student in University Library and Computer Informations Department (part time job of 60
hrs/month/4 years)

2008-2009 Akbank T.A.S. Istanbul, Turkey
Being one of the largest banks of Turkey, Akbank is the most valuable bank listed on the Istanbul Stock
Exchange. It has partnership with Citigroup which owns 20% of its equity stake.
Corporate and Commercial Credits Monitoring Manager
• Managed portfolio of 8 largest commercial branches of the bank with non-performing loan amount of
$ 50 MM and achieved restructuring ratio of % 75.
• Led negotiations with high risk and potential risk level customers on revisions of credit terms
resulting in a 20 % increase in collateral amount.
• Planned and coordinated customer risk detection programs based on key variable changes in
financial statements of companies and put $ 7 MM loans under close watch list as a result.
• Taught effective risk monitoring to 120 management trainees and branch managers as an instructor in
bank wide education programs for a year.

Senior Auditor (2003-2008)

• Performed risk focused audit engagements concentrating on commercial credits and made $ 2 MM of
loans put under close watch list, resulting in total collection ratio of 70 % from these loans.
• Led teams of up to seven auditors in engagements at the highest performing 100 branches of the bank
throughout the country.
• Performed risk analysis of internet loan applications made in audited branches and detected $ 150 K
of fraudulent transactions.
• Analyzed internal control processes efficiency and reported material weaknesses and significant
deficiencies with change recommendations to the Audit Board.

2002-2003 Turkish Land Forces Sirnak, Turkey

Second Lieutenant
• Awarded letter of appreciation for superior performance as platoon commander.
• Commanded a platoon of 43 soldiers in independent missions aimed to increase security level
throughout the responsibility area near Iraqi border.
• Taught English lessons for privates in the brigade to improve their language skills.

• Fluent in English and Turkish, beginner level in German

• Holder of Advanced Level License of Capital Markets and License of Credit Rating Specialization
given by Capital Markets Board of Turkey (SPK)
• Interests include travel, soccer, Turkish and ancient Anatolian history