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DAVID A. KOSLOSKY CPA, CMA, CFM 4358 Brightwood Drive Residence: 248.740.

9736 Troy, Michigan 48085 Cellular: 248.568.2583 EXECUTIVE PROFILE Hands-on, results oriented Finance Executive with a history of outstanding perfo rmance in diverse environments and public accounting. Proven success in financi al systems and controls, financial reporting, budgeting and forecasting. Strong track record in strategic planning, acquisitions and divestitures, working capi tal management, corporate administration and manufacturing operations. Decisive , dedicated leader able to develop and manage customer focused teams that consis tently meet or exceed objectives. PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE RESOURCES GLOBAL PROFESSIONALS, Southfield, MI 2009-Present Publicly traded International Consulting Firm employing 2,800 consultants worldw ide with $685.6 million in sales in 2009. Consultant at General Motors Company 2009-Present Support the FAS 112 Post Employment Benefit team at General Motors including rev iewing actuarial assumptions, demographic data, discount rates and benefit durat ion assumptions for the new UAW SUB/TSP plan. Support fresh start accounting for GMs emergence from bankruptcy which included template development, analytics and write up of fresh start entries. Review and audit of complex spreadsheets and assumptions to support FAS 112 lia bility balances. Implemented spreadsheet controls in the benefits area to comply with GM company policies. BORGWARNER INC., Auburn Hills, MI 2000-2009 Tier one automotive supplier of engine and drivetrain products with $5.3 billion in sales in 2008. Finance Director - Shared Services N.A. 2005-2009 Managed finance shared services organization located in the WHQ. Supervised and developed a staff of seven employees. Finance shared services included: gene ral ledger, accounts payable, accounts receivable, payroll, project accounting, fixed assets and travel and entertainment processing for the WHQ and Powertrain Technical Center entities. Finance Project Manager for a two-year, $16 million SAP system implementation p roject that was completed on time and within budget. o Responsible for Finance / Controlling modules. o System resulted in more timely and accurate financial reporting for executive management. o Substantially improved the businesss budgeting, forecasting and analysis capab ilities. o Developed and implemented a new standard chart of accounts for the company, wh ich facilitated subsequent SAP implementations and provided more consistent fina ncial information between entities. Managed a Concur Expense Management application implementation project, resulti ng in significant end user experience improvement. o Streamlined expense reporting that resulted in a reduction in time for employe es completing expense reports and management approvals. Managed consolidation of the salary payroll in North America, which resulted in reducing headcount to process payroll and reduced the audit of the companys 401

(k) plans. BORGWARNER INC. (continued) Director of Financial Reporting 2004-2005 Managed the companys financial reporting staff of three professional employees. Responsible for the companys SEC reporting requirements, which included the 10Q, 10-K, and annual report. Provided detailed analysis of company results for ea rnings releases and analyst calls. Implemented new accounting pronouncements an d managed the companys accounting policies. Directed the companys budgeting and forecasting processes. Transitioned the financial reporting department from Chicago to Auburn Hills wi th minimal disruption in service and improved overall quality of the financial r eporting staff. o Transition was critical for executive management because of increased workload due to SOX, new external audit team, and heightened focus on accurate and timel y SEC filings. Implemented the following accounting pronouncements for the company: FIN 46R, F SP 106-2, FSP 109-1, FSP 109-2 and FIN 47. Implemented and documented new business processes and internal controls where n one existed in compliance with the newly enacted Sarbanes - Oxley Act. Implemented new business processes that reduced the time to consolidate and clo se the companys books by seven days. Controller, Powertrain Technical Center ( PTC ) 2000-2004 Managed accounting department for the Powertrain Technical Center ( PTC ), which consisted of four professional and four clerical employees. Responsible for al l accounting functions at the PTC. Led a JD Edwards finance and procurement implementation project, enabling the f ormation of shared services organization at the PTC. Led a cross-functional cost reduction team, which resulted in 16% savings over two years at the center by performing a detailed AP audit and renegotiating supp lier agreements. SPORTRACK LLC, Sterling Heights, MI ( Spun off from MascoTech Inc. in 1995 ) 199 2-2000 Privately held tier one automotive supplier of exterior roof rack systems with $ 110 million sales. Controller 1994-2000 Managed a staff of six direct reports. Responsible for all financial functions f or the organization including: financial reporting, budgeting, forecasting, prod uct costing, business quotations, corporate administration, cash management, acc ounts payable, accounts receivable, fixed assets, payroll and general ledger. Instrumental in the divestiture of the Accessories division from MascoTech Inc. to the newly formed company Sportrack LLC. o Developed and prepared all financial information in the divisions private plac ement offering memorandum. o Involved in presentations of all financial reports to potential buyers and len ders. o Achieved timely sale of the division at fair value with adequate financing. Implemented the companys new employee benefit plans, business insurance, financ e agreements, cash management system and migrated all financial data from MascoT ech Inc. to the newly formed company. Plant Controller 1992-1994 Responsible for all plant accounting functions.

Managed the initial set up of all financial systems for the plant, which result ed in a smooth plant start up with no material financial issues or adjustments.

TI AUTOMOTIVE LLC, Warren, MI ( Formerly Bundy Corporation ) 1985-1992 Tier one automotive supplier of fluid carrying systems. Plant Controller, Cost Analyst, Cost Accountant ERNST & YOUNG, Detroit, MI 1982-1985 Senior Accountant, Advanced Staff Accountant, Staff Accountant EDUCATION MSF, International Finance, Walsh College, Troy, MI 1998 BBA, Accounting, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI 1982 CERTIFICATIONS CPA, Certified Public Accountant 1984 CMA, Certified Management Accountant 1993 CFM, Certified Financial Manager 2000