2(iii) the motion (the “363 Motion”) pursuant to sections 105(a), 363, and 365 of the BankruptcyCode to approve, among other things, the sale of substantially all the Debtors’ assets and theassumption and assignment of certain executory contracts and unexpired leases of personalproperty and nonresidential real property (collectively, the “Leases”) to Vehicle AcquisitionHoldings LLC (the “363 Transaction”).2.
I have been employed by GM (or one of its affiliates) for nearly 25 years.I joined GM as a senior analyst in 1984 in the Treasurer’s Office after receiving my B.B.A. fromthe University of Michigan, my CPA license, and my M.B.A. from Harvard Business School.Since that time, I have held positions of increasing and significant financial and operationalresponsibility in GM’s domestic and international operations. As a result, I have first-handexperience and insight regarding the entire GM enterprise, the many issues now confronting GM,and the urgent relief that is now requested to save GM.3.
In 1989, I became GM’s Director of Mortgage Banking and, thereafter,from 1992 to 1994, I was GMAC Group Vice President of Finance. From 1994 to 1996, I wasExecutive in Charge of Operations for the former Automotive Components Group in Pontiac,Michigan. Subsequently, in 1996, I became GM’s Vice President and General Manager of Delphi Saginaw and continued in that position until 1997, when I was appointed GM’s VicePresident and Managing Director of GM do Brazil, with responsibilities for GM’s operations inBrazil, Argentina, Paraguay, and Uruguay. In June 2000, I was appointed Group Vice Presidentand President of GM Latin America, Africa and Middle East (LAAM). From January 2002 toearly 2004, I was President of GM Asia Pacific. In 2004, I assumed responsibility for GM’sEuropean operations as GM’s Group Vice President and Chairman of GM Europe. In January2006, I was appointed GM’s Vice Chairman and Chief Financial Officer, and in March 2008, I
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