JeanCarlos Medina was born in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. He has a bachelor degree in Laws (Juris Doctor) from the Catholic University of Santo Domingo (www.ucsd.edu.do). After working in the legal field for several years with his own firm and privately for The Bank of Nova Scotia. He came to Miami to pursue a Master in International Business at Saint Thomas University of Miami. Medina *s goal includes working for a corporation where he can implement his multi-cultural and multi-lingual capabilities. He also seeks to put in practice and development all of his knowledge and experience. Aligning them according to the corporation's policies and procedures. Becoming a reliable member committed to ensure that the job gets done. By adding flexibility and wiliness to work on any project assigned to him.
Madison Monroe & AssociatesFebruary 2013 to CurrentAccount Executive
Madison Monroe & Associates associated along with The Debt Relief Centers of America.
Is a firm specialized on solving people's financial hardships.
Focused on getting settlement with creditors avoiding the clients to file bankruptcy, and helping them to prevent for being sued or financially garnished.
The firm also offers credit repair services Audit each client's case in a monthly basis.
Keep them updated and with no errors.
Educate the clients on how to handle legal notifications.
Mediate between the clients and the creditors.
Negotiate and settled big amount of debts.
The Bank of Nova ScotiaNovember 2011 to January 2013Legal & Fraud Analyst
Banque de la Nouvelle-Écosse), commonly known as Scotiabank, is the third largest bank in Canada by deposits and market capitalization.
It serves some 21 million customers in more than 55 countries around the world and offers a broad range of products and services including personal, commercial, corporate and investment banking.
With assets of $743 billion.
Scotiabank shares trade on the Toronto and New York stock exchanges.
Legal & Fraud Affairs Create trace and pattern to avoid financial losses to the bank.
Stop authorization for cash funding on illegitimate transactions.
Proceed to follow with legal procedures in more than 15 countries in the Caribbean.
Audit more than 3,000 clients on a client portfolio of more than 15 countries.
Sprint PCSJanuary 2009 to November 2011Legal & Fraud Analyst
In charge of the customer service, billing and tech support for their services.
Customer service associate for customer care and tech support.
Supervisor assistant, and floorwalker of production floor.
Quality assurance associate.
Floorwalker for trainees during training process of new hired.
St. Thomas University of Miami At Loyola High School2006Bachelor's degreeGPA: Cum Laude Achieved Cum Laude Received the honor of overcoming student for the entire promotion of the classWork Resolved several operational issues for Wells Fargo premium clients at the credit card processing stage of their business. * Developed a proactive personality anticipating possible issues. * Identified fraudulent patterns of misused of financial purchasing power. Trained in dealing with legal conflicts of international financial contracts between Puerto Rico, United States and Canada. Managed Sprint Tech Support platform for Research in Montion (RIM) and Android devices Academic Cum Laude Achieved Cum Laude Received the honor of overcoming student for the entire promotion of the class
St. Thomas University of MiamiMaster of International Business (MIB)
Bachelors Degree: LawsLaws
Catholic University of Santo DomingoJDSanto Domingo
St. Thomas UniversityManager and Supervision degree, Entrepreneurship Initiative, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.GPA: Cum Laude GPA on MIB program.
The Bank of Nova Scotia (ScotiaBank). The Best of the Best employee Award of the 2012.Cum Laude GPA on MIB program.
The Bank of Nova Scotia (ScotiaBank). The Best of the Best employee Award of the 2012.
Catholic University of Santo DomingoGPA: Cum laude GPA. Juris Doctor degree
Loyola High School. Greatest Spirit of Overcoming Student Award of class of 2006Cum laude GPA. Juris Doctor degree
Loyola High School. Greatest Spirit of Overcoming Student Award of class of 2006
English, Spanish. Professional Written & Spoken skills.
Academic, billing, contracts, credit, client, clients, Customer Service, customer care, English, financial, investment banking, Legal, Mac, market, Microsoft products, Excel, office, Power Point, Word, purchasing, Quality Assurance, Research, Spanish, Supervisor, Supervision, Tech Support, Written
* Citizenship: Dominican & Permanent Resident (USA)