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JAMES V. FEDERICI 2723 East 64th Street - Brooklyn, NY 11234 Office 212.756.2235, Home 718.

241.8365, Cell 917.589.6059 jff00e1c@westpost.net SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS Treasury Executive with expertise in the development of cash management, liquidi ty and funding platforms to reduce interest expense and banking fees while maint aining the highest standards of control. Extensive experience coordinating fina ncing needs of private bank, multinational investment banking, hedge fund and pr ivate equity firms. Solid technical knowledge of cash management, bank and count erparty relations, futures, regulatory compliance, credit and risk management, S arbanes Oxley, asset liability management, capital( Basel II & III), liquidity, tax, collateral, banking and broker-dealer operations. Fully understand all prod ucts. Consistently builds strong internal teams across all functional relationsh ips. PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE CERBERUS CAPITAL MANAGEMENT, New York, NY 2008 to Present Treasurer Lead a staff of 12 professionals responsible for monitoring all cash and liquidi ty requirements for all hedge and private equity funds. * Manage all cash activities for all funds totaling $25 billion under management , including management company. * Efficiently fund collateral requirements for hedging of all trading strategies minimizing use of capital. * Coordinate counterparty, investor and bank relationships for each fund, reduci ng haircuts and extending terms to enhance liquidity. * Oversee short-term liquidity and redemption requirements, accurately forecasti ng cash flows. * Document procedures for all aspects of Treasury, Foreign Exchange and reconcil iation processes for audit and regulatory compliance requirements. * Manage FX and Interest Rate exposure complying with each fund's investment hed ging requirements. * Develop an automated straight through process from trading all products to eac h funds books and records ensuring minimal errors and exact cash settlement. CREDIT SUISSE, New York, NY 2000 - 2008 Director - Global Head of Cash Management and Short Term Funding America's Head of Bank Relations Led a global staff of 40 professionals responsible for monitoring all unsecured and secured funding and liquidity requirements, capital requirements and cash mo vements for all business units within Credit Suisse and subsidiaries. In additi on, responsible for the cash flows of all private equity partnerships. * Managed the Short-Term Funding desks to insure sufficient bank and broker-deal er liquidity. * Efficiently invested a pool of $15 billion for meeting firm futures and cash r equirements and increase interest income by $25 million annually. * Financed all intercompany activity, including all in-house partnerships. * Managed short-term liquidity and capital requirements for all CS entities. * Coordinated MTN, Euro MTN, Commercial Paper and Committed Facility programs. * Documented procedures for all aspects of Treasury, including disaster recovery . * Met with regulators and auditors to deliver current and future liquidity forec asts and capital guidance. * Led team to combine bank entities to enhance capital usage and centralize with in Treasury. * Managed FX and Interest Rate exposure to comply with firm hedging policy. * Full working knowledge of all bank and broker-dealer products. * Spearheaded Sarbanes Oxley compliance for Global Treasury.

James V. Federici, jff00e1c@westpost.net THE FORD FOUNDATION, New York, NY 1997 - 2000 Assistant Treasurer Reorganized worldwide Banking Operations by automating all functions to an on-li ne banking system. Aggressively managed available funds and invested at competi tive market rates. Expanded corporate card program worldwide. Enhanced risk ma nagement and insurance programs to better suit the foundation's risk tolerance. * Restructured all domestic cash management activities, which resulted in the in vestment of all idle bank balances, netting income of $250,000 annually. * Expanded the foundation's corporate card program, which resulted in a 300% inc rease in rebates. Automated the expense reporting process, which eliminated pap er and created a database for negotiating price discounts with vendors. APERION CAPITAL MANAGEMENT, INC., New York, NY 1996 - 1997 Money Manager/Operations * Implemented and documented policies and procedures for the day-to-day operatio ns of a new broker-dealer. Developed a book of retail and institutional clients for managing short and long-term investments. REPUBLIC NEW YORK SECURITIES CORP., New York, NY 1994 - 1995 First Vice President and Treasurer Managed a staff of three professionals within the Treasury and Credit Department s. Coordinated the daily and long term financing by developing bank relationshi ps to meet the growing needs of the firm. Responsible for compliance with all r egulatory, capital and accounting guidelines. * Increased net interest over 80% by implementing new systems and procedures. R educed interest spreads by 50%. * Renegotiated fee structure with banks for cash management products, reducing f ees by $250,000 annually. * Secured $750 million in credit facilities to more adequately finance business. PRUDENTIAL SECURITIES, INC., New York, NY 1981 - 1994 Vice President and Assistant Treasurer Managed a staff of seven professionals within the Treasury, Bank Relations and C ash Management areas of the Finance Division. Directed the day-to-day and long term financing needs of the broker-dealer, holding company and other subsidiarie s. * $1.5 billion in segregated cash and securities to insure all firm requirements were satisfactorily met. Utilized customer segregated cash as a means to lowe r finance cost to the firm. Reduced interest expense by $2.0 million annually. * Developed an in-house real-time system to manage cash concentration from the b ranch network. Reduced banking fees $1.6 million annually. * Renegotiated pricing for check disbursements and wire transfers by diversifyin g business to enhance customer relations and develop credit relationships. Redu ced bank and draft fees $2.2 million annually. * Increased global banking network from $3 billion to $5.5 billion in credit fac ilities. EDUCATION B.A. Accounting, PACE UNIVERSITY, New York, NY PC Skills: Microsoft Excel, Word & PowerPoint 1984