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									                                             Robert T. Jones, Jr.
425 East Kirkwood Avenue #301                                                                                     56 Portland Drive
Bloomington, Indiana 47408 ∙                                314-452-0755                                  St. Louis, Missouri 63131
Indiana University, Kelley School of Business - Bloomington, IN                                                           May 2010
Bachelor of Science in Business—Majors in ♦ Finance and Management                     GPA: 3.1/ 4.0
                    Added Concentration in ♦ Accounting (24 hours)         167 credit hours completed in 4 years
Gold Medal Award, Civic Leadership Development, Indiana University
     Honored with this top Kelley award for contributing 300+ hours of Community Service to the underprivileged—promoting
        charity and encouraging outreach in others.
The Tom and Joyce Mutz Award 2009, Kelley School of Business, Indiana University
     Honored for maintaining strong academic standards while extensively serving the community—“displaying an entrepreneurial
        spirit, strong work ethic, and a zest for getting things done”.
Phi Sigma Theta National Honor Society-Bloomington, IN
     Honored for superior academic achievement and community service while promoting leadership skills among others.
FINRA Series 7 General Securities License, St. Louis, MO                                               June 2009–September 2009
     Self directed the completion of FINRA Series 7 Course materials Exam Date: To be determined
First National Bank of St. Louis, St. Louis, MO                                                              May 2008-August 2008
Credit Analyst—Assistant to the V.P. of Commercial Lending
     Completed Commercial Loan Underwriting requests in excess of $1.5M per loan—recommended $20M in total loans.
     Prepared C.R.A.M. Assessments requiring immediate Cash Flow Analysis, LTV, and Credit Worthiness.
       Designed Models using Excel software to present Collateral Adequacy Analysis with respect to credit structure, type of loan,
        and the market/submarket conditions of weekly projects being underwritten.
     Analyzed cash flow and repayment: adequacy and efficacy of credit structure, mitigation of credit risk (i.e. strategic,
        accounting, financial, prospective, compliance).
       Developed analysis reports using CASH software to spread financial statements and tax returns of borrowing entities and
        related sponsors/guarantors.
       Profiled loan applicants: researched, examined, and analyzed individual and corporate financial statements (including A/P,
        A/R, Income Tax records), as well as industry/demographic data and credit bureau history to determine the risks/profitability
        of commercial loan application requests.
     Presented update on loan progress during bi-weekly committee meetings: collateral, repayment structure, expected closings.
Missouri Athletic Club, St. Louis, MO                                                                        Summer 2006 and 2007
Pool Supervisor-Lead Lifeguard
     Managed pool safety operations, developed interactive programs resulting in a 100% increase within membership
Alpha Tau Omega                                                                                             August 2006 to Present
Fund Raising Representative
      Designed and implemented a networking effort to secure donations exceeding $15K to benefit Riley Children’s Hospital-
        Indianapolis, and the Alpha Tau Omega National Chapter.
Recruitment Advisor
      Developed a networking initiative to secure a 20% increase in fraternity membership within the class of 2008.
IUDM: Indiana University Dance Marathon                                                                              November 2006
      Participated as a dancer in this student run philanthropy—dedicated 36 continuous hours in a joint effort with 850 other
        students to raise just under $1M for Riley’s Children Hospital.
Undergraduate Investment Club                                                                                    May 2008- Present
     Analysis of economic statistics, and corporate/government/market/global changes affecting the U.S. and World markets.
Advanced SCUBA Diver, Snowboarding, Squash, Golf, Soccer

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