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THOMAS (Tom) S.

KRZESINSKI
720 Apalachee Dr. NE
St. Petersburg, FL 33702
Residence: 727- 576-0950 (St. Petersburg)
Office: 813- 259-4002 (Tampa)
e-mail: tkae6700@westpost.net
2006-Present: Consulting as individual in areas of Finance, Management, select
Board level scopes, and to Academia; as well as Insurance, MGA & Reinsurance pro
jects. Former CEO Financial Services (Insurance Co's., Commercial Credit, Inves
tment Management and MGA & Business Services), and former CFO ( e.g. General Mot
ors International Trading). Also Adjunct at college level (over 10 years) in su
bjects Finance, Investments, Management (Planning, SWOT and DMAIC principles), F
undamental Analysis, etc.
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5/2006-Present E-Insure, Inc. Consulting - Finance & Insurance and Sr. Manag
ement. Will consider again being a Board Director Fiduciary.
Example: P&C CEO experienced
1996 - 3/2004: President & CEO Southern Family Insurance Co. built from newco s
tart-up 1996 to approx. $250 mil. GWP premium and AM Best B++
2000 - 3/2004: President Atlantic Preferred Insurance Co., I acquired in FL 12/
2000 in run-off and expanded to approx $200 mil GWP and AM Best B+
Example: Insurance Consulting as Management Principal
Management & Financial Advisor: Consultant (14 months) to State of FL "Citizens
" Corporation (CPIC) President (and his senior management) in financial, service
and operations problem solving transition areas (1+ mil. policyholders) -- incl
uding assisting establishing new 250 employee Tampa, FL operations center (Sabal
Park) 2007-08.
1996--2003: As CEO built Commercial and 3 Homeowners direct writers as licensed
P&C insurance companies (from denovo starting 1996) to over $525 mil. revenue in
highly regulated Florida marketplace -- 325,000 policyholders, 3rd largest in F
L behind State Farm & Allstate. Created and pioneered
"assumptions" as novation de-population model for the state of Florida's residua
l markets. Built 24-7 MGA incl all CSR and underwriting, and agent plant. Accom
plishments and fiduciary governance as P&C President viewed as pioneering by reg
ulators and peers -- stewardship 8-yr. record led to retainer by Florida's state
-owned troubled Citizens CPIC 2006-7. [Reqest copy pdf commendation CPIC CEO Sco
tt Wallace as "Tom was invalueable" ]
1992 - Present: E-INSURE, INC. (formerly ARCHON GROUP, Inc.)
Consulting Principal - Financial, Management, Academia (Business collegia), Insu
rance, and Corporate Board Consulting. Engagement scopes have also included som
e Management Development, Insurance PML, MGA operations related, and Financial g
overnance project reviews including Hedge Funds projects [e.g. LaSalle acquisit
ions, capital markets re ICH et al.]. I have been blessed with my experiences t
o have been retained as a consultant. Select assets "Archon Group" with my owne
rship sold 1998 to Goldman Sachs [my consulting name personally then changed thr
u present to E-Insure Inc.].
1993 - Present: ECKERD COLLEGE
Adjunct College Instructor - part time in evenings in Eckerd's excellent PEL Pro
gram for Experienced Learners. Teaching focus has been in courses related to Fi
nance, Investments, Fundamental business financial and Technical Analysis relate
d, as well as Management and Planning (incl. Governance, Strategic, SWOT Analysi
s and Six Sigma DMAIC principles).
1983 - 1992 FLORIDA PROGRESS CORP (now PROGRESS ENERGY)
Group VP Business and Financial Operations
* Group VP several Business Services, Mfg. and Financial Companies.
* President Progress Credit Corporation, including leveraged & operating
leasing, commercial banking & mezzanine finance
* CEO of various subsidiaries & affiliates ($2.5 bil. assets) of public parent.
* Formed, built over 5 years, and then spun-off Premier Investment Mgt.
* Built from de novo to $30 mil annual PBT & $80 mil EBITDA contribution to EPS
/SVA. Reported to Chairman Andy Hines -- one of top-5 officers (public company
proxy level). Stewarded growth as Group VP Financial of major Life Insurance C
o. to A++ (AM Best). Recruited to Florida as VP Business Development, and then
reported to Chairman Hines. Energy holding company now known as, and publicly
trades as, "Progress Energy Inc."
Fiduciary Service - Example: Public Co. Board Independent Director
Director of public $6 bil asset, 90-branch Bank Holding Company - Newly added Di
rector under FHLBB of troubled Florida Federal S & L indicted for Student Loan f
raud. Recruited for governance "clean-up" as a Independent Board Director by n
ew Chairman Healy to assist in resolving institutional control matters; as a new
Outside Director all post Justice Dept. & US Dept. of Education litigation agai
nst defendant as public traded troubled Fed. S&L during US domestic era of RTC -
Resolution Trust Corporation.
1981 - 1983 FIGGIE INTERNATIONAL
VP Planning & Business Development -- Recruited (out of GM) and reported to Chai
rman Harry Figgie. Strategic Planning, SBU SWOT and DMAIC reviews, Mergers and
Acquisitions (M&A) for Public Conglomerate.
1975 - 1981 GENERAL MOTORS CORP
VP & CFO Motors International Trading (subsidiary of General Motors MNC parent)
Trade, International Trade, and Barter (e.g. Africa, Mexico and Yugoslavia).
Treasury at GM: Admin. Director of GM Board standing Finance and Public Policy
committees Board Committees prep., as well as Chairman's Exec. Committee Admin.
Assisted both Chairman Tom Murphy & Roger Smith during GM Shareholder Meetings.
Presentations and Investment Research Analysts presentations for GM with Wall S
treet and buy-side analysts.
Group Budget Controller North American Car & Truck (Automotive) Operations
Group (a/k/a GM-NAO) - Exec Fin'l for EVP over 5 car divisions & GMC Truck
Director US Treasurer's Office Administration - Senior Admin GM Board Committees
. Projects: Divested Motorhome & Frigidaire, Shareholder Proxy negotiations, et
al.
Director North American Pricing: Chevrolet, Cadillac, GM Canada, and B.O.P mode
ls ABC Mon. Night Football Contract, Disney Orlando FL EPCOT Pavilion, etc.
[Hydra-matic] Director $1 bil Appropriations before promotion to GM World Hdq.
Detroit/NY;
Recruited as Systems Analyst in IT languages: ALC, Fortran, COBOL, Basic, RPG.
1999 - 2005: Board Director Reinsurance Committee FL Residual Markets
Currently: Board Director - Wide-Open Sports Marketing, Inc. (with focus on NAS
CAR -- both Sprint and Natiowide series)
Professional and Civic: Participated in Florida's private, civic and government
efforts to secure a MLB team and franchise for Tampa Bay. Publicized for the $
10 million Contingent Bridge loan extended to Chicago White Sox owners to reloca
te the American League Sox to Tampa Bay. State of Florida and areas efforts sub
sequently secured new franchise which currently plays MLB in a domed stadium in
St. Petersburg, FL as Tampa Bay Rays.
Volunteer Field Sports Executive Director: XXIV USA/AAU Jr. Olympic Games in Fl
orida with 2,500 national amateur "High School and College level" athletes atten
ding. Founder Trustee of Florida High Schools holiday basketball tournaments: G
reat Suncoast Shootout (16 team boys invitational, incl. Florida, Georgia & Kent
ucky H.S. schools) and Shooting Stars -- a non-profit basketball tournament for
Florida high school girl's teams.
Education:
Michigan State University: BS Mathematics (with minor IT languages)
Eastern Michigan University: MBA Quantitative Analysis (with Finance minor)
Elected to national scholastic honor society Beta Gamma Sigma
University of Michigan: select post-graduate studies while with GM
Management Training (Programs): extensive including Drake University et al.
Adjunct Faculty (Business collegia): Eckerd College, 1993-present.
References:
Tom Gallagher, former CFO State of Florida
Honorable Fred Karl, Esq.; former Florida Supreme Court Justice
Dr. Margret Skaftadottir and Dr. Navine Malhotra, Eckerd College
Andrew (Andy) Hines, retired Chairman Florida Progress Corp.
Bill Poe Sr., former public co. Chairman and former Mayor Tampa
Gus Stavros, former Chairman BBF and education philanthropist
Current Corporate CFO's: Jacob Jan Meder and Clayton Vigrass

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