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Gary D. Mullin Woodbridge, CT 06525 Office: (203) 298-4137 Home: (203) 397-1707 Cell: (203) 980-8477 e-mail: gary.dmullin@ftgfinancial.



2002-Present: Principal, FTG Financial LLC Value Consulting Services for Small and Medium sized Companies including; Planning, Strategy, Leadership Sales/Marketing, Operations, Financial Management, Customer Care, Risk management, and Decision Improvement. 2004-2006: Treasurer, Town of Orange and Orange Water Pollution Control Authority Developed cash reconciliation program for town, streamlined revenue accounting, improved short-term and long term investment management to increase town investment revenue, and cash management. 2001-2002: The Bank of Southern Connecticut President and COO. Established infrastructure from 8 months prior to opening and helped build this start-up bank to $35 million in assets in first year. 1994-2000: Business Lenders LLC 1998-2000: President and CEO. Restructured Sales, Underwriting and Closing functions to facilitate national expansion. Achieved top 10 ranking among non-bank SBA Lenders nationally. 1994-1998: Co-Founder, Executive Vice President, COO. Organized Sales, Finance, Operations, Credit and Servicing for this start-up SBA finance company. 1991-1994: Hamilton Partners Co-Founder and Partner in specialty Executive Search firm targeting finance companies and venture capital portfolio firms with emphasis on executive retention. 1974-1991: Fleet Financial Group 1990-1991: Executive Vice President and Chief Credit Officer Fleet Connecticut($11billion commercial bank subsidiary). Responsible for Credit Policy, Credit Administration, Documentation, and Credit Training. Chairman of the Banks Loan Committee. 1989-1990: Executive Vice President, Bank of New England. Consolidated all subsidiary, bank, and division credit review functions

into one corporate function at the Holding Company level. Member of 5 person critical asset loan workout committee to stabilize and recover on loans over $10 million throughout the holding company and subsidiaries. Corporate liason with FDIC and OCC. 1988-1989: Connecticut Bank and Trust Company: Manager, Credit Review. 1985-1988: CBT. Formed and managed Small Business Lending Division. Grew division from $80 million in loans and 20 employees to $500 million in loans and 80 employees 1982-1985: CBT. Started loan production office in Waterbury CT and grew to $175 million in middle market commercial and real estate loans 1974-1982: CBT. Various commercial credit and lending responsibilities


1979 University of New Haven, West Haven, CT Masters in Business Administration-Major in Finance 1974 Yale University, New Haven, CT Bachelor of Arts-Major in Philosophy


New Haven Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors Assistant Volleyball Coach, Trinity College, Hartford, CT