ENRIQUE F. CALDERON
16 Jeremiah Lane
Pittstown, NJ 08867
(908) 238-1190 (H) (908) 246-1948 (C)
Treasury executive with 20+ years of wide-ranging and distinguished experience in International Treasury, Finance
and Credit. Educated at the Harvard Business School and Rutgers College. Track record of handling international
assignment in treasury, credit, and structuring/restructuring, arranging and closing of complex financial transactions
(from origination to definitive legal documentation and conditions precedent) in English or fluent Spanish. High
proficiency in interfacing with lawyers and consultants. A leader with strong analytical and problem-solving skills
coupled with intellectual curiosity. Experienced in working with senior partners (CEO, CFO, high-level government
officials, etc.) Excellent deal making and negotiations capability and conflict-resolution skills. Exceptional coach
and listener who readily shares knowledge with associates. Talented at developing third-party relationships, with
sensitivity towards cultural diversity.
Advanced educational training, creativity, and transferable expertise in the following areas:
International Treasury / Cash Management. Investment Portfolio Management Systems. Money Markets Operations.
17 years International Treasury Experience – with 6 years of Expatriate Assignment in Spain and The Netherlands.
Project and Structured Finance. Credit Analysis, Policy and Decision-Making Process. Business Plan Analysis.
Completed Review of Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) Compliance in the United States for the Credit function.
Troubled-Asset Recovery and Resolution. Workouts – Restructuring. Knowledge of Fin 46’s Impact on Financing
Windows, MS Office (Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Outlook), Internet. AT&T Programmers Academy (PBT) Graduate.
LUCENT TECHNOLOGIES, New Jersey and The Netherlands 1991 – Present
Managing Director, Global Credit, NJ 2003 – Present
Responsible for the management of the Credit Portfolio amounting to more than $1 billion. Managed international staff
responsible for credit analysis and policy. Assessed and mitigated credit risks with staff located in the US and abroad.
Challenged and refined the structuring of financing solutions in Russia, India and Indonesia worth upwards of $700
million. Completed Sarbanes-Oxley credit compliance requirements (pre-audit and full audit)–auditors celebrated
the documentation as best seen thus far. Drafted and recommended a new credit policy, and managed its
implementation across domestic and international locations–performed a complete review of operations and
streamlined the credit and back-office groups, thus reducing expenses by ~$1 million p.a.
Improved the quality of the credit portfolio by significantly incrementing the utilization of Letters of Credit and other
credit-risk mitigation techniques. Designed a special project to improve diversity-content sourcing (Supply Chain
Network and Sales Taskforce), which identified sales opportunities valued upwards of $100 million with North
American customers. Created and lead the Treasury Communications Team–a web site and other communications
media were designed and implemented.
Managing Director, Global Asset Recovery, NJ 2001 – 2003
Responsible for the recovery of troubled assets and workout of non-performing loans. Managed resolutions and recovery
in all regions of the globe. Completed or directed the restructuring of companies in Poland, Scandinavia, Brazil,
Argentina, and the US. Drafted Global Asset Recovery policies and processes–achieved rollout in international areas.
CALA - Argentina: Completed the workout of a claim worth $230 million. During the telecom downturn, obtained a
35% recovery. Brazil: Designed the recovery strategy and convinced government agencies to participate in the
restructured company–claim was worth $90 million and it is expected to receive 50 cents on the dollar.
EMEA - Poland: Restructured a $60 million facility–principal wrote kudos letter to CEO—achieved 70% recovery
and other sales. France, Czech Republic, and Russia: Restructured claims with companies in these countries.
Negotiated banking/consulting mandates where necessary. In Russia achieved a 100% recovery.
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Treasurer & Managing Director, Europe, Middle East & Africa, The Netherlands 1998 – 2001
Responsible for Project/Trade Finance and Core Treasury in the Europe, Middle East and Africa Region. Directed all
Treasury responsibilities in the region, including cash management in Euro and electronic banking systems
implementation, as well as all customer/structured finance activities. $12 billion deal portfolio.
Closed structured finance transactions in Germany, Romania, France, Russia, etc. Negotiated financing transactions
with Telefonica in Spain ($1 billion for UMTS in Germany), and with British Telecom in the UK.
Treasurer and Managing Director, Latin America, NJ 1994 – 1998
Responsible for Project/Trade Finance and Cash Management in the Caribbean and Latin America (CALA) Region.
Accountable for subsidiary and structured financing. $4 billion deal portfolio.
Mexico: Closed $100 million financing for a Greenfield–funded by Nissho Iwai w/o recourse to Lucent–repaid.
El Salvador: Completed CABEI / US EXIM transaction ($52 million ANTEL)–repaid.
Honduras: Closed $100 million Hondutel financing (Section 936/CARIFA)–repaid.
AMERICAN TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH / AT&T, New York, New Jersey and Spain 1976 – 1994
Director, Treasury, Capital Corp and Network Systems, Morristown and Parsippany, NJ 1991 – 1994
Responsible for Structured Finance and Leasing solutions delivered to the customers of the Network Systems group in
support of sales for Latin America. This organization was initially at Treasury–when it was moved over to the Capital
Corp. group–and subsequently it was partially absorbed back into the AT&T Network Systems Finance group.
Nicaragua: Closed up to $100 million in credit backed by telecom traffic settlements–repaid.
Mexico: Eximbank-approved Business Plan application for AT&T-ALFA Telecom Joint Venture--first of its kind.
Treasurer, Microelectronica, Madrid, Spain 1988 – 1991
Directed the Treasury group, including Corporate Finance, Foreign Exchange Exposure, Cash, Accounts
Payable/Receivable, Cashiers, and Administrative Methods and Procedures–in a 700-employees, manufacturing facility
producing application-specific integrated circuits (ASIC).
Negotiated for all banking services with the banks of the firm. Managed the cash positions of the company. $100
million in revenues.
Created procedures/improvements for accelerating collections from customers and from Spanish government
subsidies–improved from average 110 days to 65 days.
Implemented multiple computer systems to facilitate the treasury operations.
Manager, Treasury Systems, and Methods and Procedures, NY and NJ 1986 – 1988
Manager, Banking Relations & Financial Planning, NY and NJ 1981 – 1986
Assistant Manager, Computer Programmer, Treasury, NJ 1978 – 1981
Assistant Transfer Agent, Shareholders Information Systems, Treasury, NJ 1976 – 1978
Executive MBA/PMD, Harvard Business School, Boston, MA,
BA, Economics, Rutgers College, New Brunswick, NJ,
Finance Certification, I.E.S.E (Mgmt. Grad. School, Navarra Univ.), Barcelona, Spain
Certified Cash Manager, USA
Graduate - Outward Bound (Northwest), Wilderness Survival School, Eugene, OR