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Akinwunmi _Jimi_ Oluwabiyi 317 S Chauncey Ave apt _5 West

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									                                            Akinwunmi (Jimi) Oluwabiyi
             317 S. Chauncey Ave. apt. #5 West Lafayette, IN 47906 ■ (610) 476-8189 ■ folajimi@purdue.edu

Objective:
     Seeking a full-time position in the financial services industry; particularly interested in rotational management track programs
     that leverage leadership and analytical skills.

Education:
     Purdue University, Krannert School of Management                                West Lafayette, IN
     Master of Science in Industrial Administration* (MSIA / One year MBA)           August 2008
     This is a rigorous one-year general management degree compromised of Krannert’s MBA core curriculum and
     selected electives.

     Stonier Graduate School of Banking                                           Philadelphia, PA
     Graduate Certificate                                                         June 2010
     Courses taken: BankExec Simulation, Analyzing Bank Performance, Monetary Economics, Asset/Liability Management,
     and Achieving Sustainable Competitive Advantage

     The Ohio State University, Fisher College of Business                                     Columbus, OH
     Bachelor of Science in Management Information System                                      June 2002

Finance Experience:
     First National Bank of Chester County                                                      West Chester, PA
     Senior Commercial Credit Analyst, Banking Officer                                          May 2006 – June 2007
    Prepared loan presentation sheets, memorandum, and support schedules for review by lender within four business days.
    Assisted six lenders with structure, covenants, and pricing of commercial loan requests.
    Mentored and trained three credit analysts by sharing knowledge and experience in real estate and commercial finance.
    Accompanied lenders on prospect and existing customer calls to obtain answers to credit-related questions.
    Prepared and maintained financial worksheets to track borrowing trends on seventeen asset-based loans.
    Systematically spread financial statements to prepare credit approval packages for new and existing small business borrowers.
    Retrieved individual credit reports to investigate credit payment patterns and researched any derogatory information.
    Effectively built relationships and directly collaborated with customers, co-underwriters, bankers, and operations personnel.

     Commerce Bank                                                                              Philadelphia, PA
     Commercial Credit Analyst                                                                  January 2005 – May 2006
    Prepared credit approval packages to determine credit worthiness of new and existing clients within four business days.
    Carefully analyzed financial statements for trends and operational consistencies to determine client’s ability to repay a loan
     through cash flow.
    Systematically spread financial statements and prepared credit approval packages for new and existing small business borrowers.
    Retrieved D&B reports and individual credit reports to investigate credit payment patterns and research any
     derogatory information.
    Effectively built relationships and directly collaborate with customers, co-underwriters, bankers, and operations personnel.

     JPMorgan Chase & Co.                                                                       Philadelphia, PA
     Commercial Loan Underwriter, Assistant Cashier                                             November 2002 – January 2005
    Researched and analyzed financial and business data in preparing credit approval packages for up to $25.0MM floorplan.
    Effectively built relationships and directly collaborated with customers, co-underwriters, bankers, and operations personnel.
    Efficiently managed weekly post-audit process, including general collection activities.
    Actively participated in monthly credit meetings to resolve problem credits and associated risks and mitigants, using creative
     and critical thinking to suggest optimal solutions.
    Resourcefully managed and analyzed floor plan balances/over-lines, while monitoring dealership inventory position.

Leadership, Associations, & Special Skills:
    Graduate Assistantship with Business Opportunity Program
    Chairman Membership Drive, Board Member – Philly Buckeyes (Appointed; November 2006 – July 2007)
    Committee Member Young Professionals – Global Interdependence Center (Appointed; November 2006 – June 2007)
    Mentor – Caring People Alliance (Volunteer; April 2006 – January 2007)
    Big Brothers/Big Sisters (Volunteer; February 2005 – Present)
    Student Representative – Stonier Graduate School of Banking (Volunteer; December 2006 – April 2007)
    Traveling, fishing, tennis, playing saxophone, watching movies and sports

								
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