At the Department of Treasury, I have been afforded the opportunity to take on a diverse set of responsibilities in addition to my primary role as a National Bank Examiner. The value I gain from my job comes from not only producing quality work and value-add to the institutions we supervise, but also in continuing to challenge myself. My current short-term development goals are concentrated in enhancing my experience and expertise in the review of capital markets. For 2015, I am scheduled to complete a number of supervision assignments to help build on my proficiencies in assessing complex investment portfolios, Basel III requirements and assessing the adequacy of risk management at larger and more complex institutions.
National Bank Examiner01/2006 － CurrentCompany NameCity, StateMy primary responsibility is as a portfolio manager for various institutions in my local field office, through the coordination, monitoring, and direct supervision of monitoring activities. Additionally, I participate in the supervision of midsize and large institutions. My experience in these assignments is primarily been geared towards capital markets (investments, liquidity, and interest rate risk). Responsibilities include: Development and implementation of strategies for each instititution, which reflect changes in the economic and regulatory environment, issues common to the bank population, and changes within the institution. Supervision of assigned staff during supervision assignments, and providing written feedback on their performance that represents significant input to their performance evaluations. Facilitation of discussions with Boards of Directors and senior bank management on findings and recommendations from ongoing monitoring. Serving as a technical expert to management on bank and thrift supervisory problems, issues, and other technical matters. Providing high level of expertise to examiners and bankers who have questions and assisting onongoing capital markets examinations as needs exist. Participating in macro studies of strengths and vulnerabilities of capital market risk management systems, and other capital markets practices to identify emerging issues.
Global Treasury Services Client Officer05/2004 － 01/2006Company NameCity, StateMaintained Treasury Portfolios and relationships with International Banks operating in Canada and several regions in Asia. Conducted extensive financial investigations as the request of customers to resolve issues related to misallocated electronic payments.
Electronic Funds Transfer Services Implementation Specialist05/2002 － 05/2004Company NameCity, StateDeveloped and monitored project plans for the implementation of Treasury Products for new/existing customers and coordinated their telecommunications setup and testing.
Credit Card Services Collection Recovery Representative08/2001 － 05/2002Company NameCity, StateRecovered $35,000 dollars daily in delinquent credit balances. Maintained a position in the top 10 percentile for productivity and dollars collected for my tenure in the department.
Credit Card Services Fraud Quality Assurance Analyst Intern05/2001 － 08/2001Company NameCity, StateInitiated projects to improve productivity and department efficiency and communicated results to supervisors and managers.
Credit Card Services Collections Compliance Analyst Intern05/2000 － 08/2000Company NameCity, StateConducted ongoing audits of the call center representatives to monitor the Bank's compliance with Federal policies related to customer contact and collection activity. Other Responsibilities at the OCC College Relationship Coordinator and Recruiter- Active Promote the OCC and employment opportunities within the agency. Build relationships with college professors, student groups, and placement officers at assigned colleges and universities through the utilization of presentations and panel discussions. Conduct in-person and phone interviews semi-annually during our hiring campaigns. Commercial Credit Instructor- Active Facilitate commercial credit Workshops for newly hired employees. Reinforce the concepts of commercial credit analysis including the areas of; loan documentation, analysis of risk, cash flow, collateral analysis, and risk rating. Answer questions on credit-related issues, and constructively reviewing the analysis, documentation and loan discussions of the participants. Training Team Leader Led staff of four new-hires and one assistant. Evaluated their training and developmental needs and assessed their performance objectives. Acted as a mentor for the new-hires and assisted in the instruction of each aspect of bank examinations. Developed objective feedback for the performance of each staff member that was utilized to determine whether permanent offers would be made to the team members. District Commercial Credit Lead Rotation Researched and responded to inquiries from examiners working onsite at various institutions. Contributed to the quarterly district report reporting related to the analysis and identification of credit-related trends and emerging issues. Conducted quality assurance and horizontal reviews, in addition to outreach meetings with the Board members and management teams from institutions in our district. District Financial Analyst Rotation Identified emerging issues related to the financial condition of institutions throughout the district utilizing internal systems. Reported concerns and findings to senior managers throughout the district Assistant Training Team Leader Supported the Team Leader in training and developing a team of entry-level examiners. Conducted safety and soundness examinations at various institutions over the training period. Provided the Training Team Leader with objective feedback for the performance of the staff.
2004Bachelor of Science:University of South Florida - Management Information SystemsCity, State, USBachelor of Science: Management Information Systems University of South Florida 2004 Tampa, FL
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