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Manager Sales

Location:
Norwalk, Connecticut, United States
Posted:
September 18, 2018

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JEFFREY M. GLICK, CPA

203-***-****

ac63e7@r.postjobfree.com

FINRA-Series 65: Registered Investment Advisor Representative 2013-present (CRD: 6121419)

National Futures Association-Series 3: Associated Person 2014-present (NFA ID: 0469435)

START U UP, Darien CT February 2011 to Present

Specialty Consultant providing CFO/COO services on an out-sourced basis to the Financial Services Industry.

President

Client Sample:

Tuatara Capital (NYC) - (PE) $100 mil AUM - 2015-2018 Cannabis Industry Focus

GRK Partners (Greenwich, CT) (HF) $65 mil AUM Long/Short Fixed Income-structured products. 2011-2016

Mill Road Capital (Greenwich, CT) (PE/HF) $800 mil AUM 2014-2016 –Hybrid Fund

Schultze Asset Management (Rye Brook, NY) (HF)$150 Mil AUM- Distress debt/Special Situations 2016-current)

Hampstead Park Capital (Greenwich, CT) (PE) launching phase- General Industry (2018)

True Green Capital (Westport, CT) $250 mil AUM- Renewable Energy (2014-2015)

GCT Anchor Fund (Greenwich, CT) Launch Phase – Renewable Energy (2016-2017)

Littoral Power Systems (Fall River Ma) Hydro Power Technology Developer (2015-current)

SAGARD CAPITAL, Greenwich, CT June 2008 to February 2011

Sagard was founded by Power Corporation of Canada. The Fund invests in both private and public equity markets, (small/midcap) in all verticals in North America.

Chief Financial Officer

Oversee functional areas of finance, administration (IT/HR), internal and regulatory compliance, tax and operations. Established financial policies and procedures, internal controls and reporting systems. Manage outside fund administration and liaison with investors.

Duties also include support and administration of investment process. This includes:

Selection/Manage Prime Broker

Investment Research Coordination

Manage Expert Network Vendors

Investment Due Diligence

Transaction Closing Administration

Investment Pipeline Management

Coordinate/Manage-Investment Committee

ALMAZ USA, Greenwich, CT (Sales $2 billion) December 1992 to June 2008

Principal business activities include trading and marketing/distribution of precious metals mined and refined in Russia. Almaz’s trading partners consisted of international money center banks, traders, refiners, regulated futures markets and private investors. Annual turnover reached approximately $2 Billion.

Treasurer (CFO)

Oversaw the functional areas of finance, administration, tax and operations. Established financial and credit policies, procedures, controls and reporting systems.

Key Accomplishments:

Guided transition from a joint stock company to a wholly owned subsidiary. Structured stock redemption agreements.

Established and maintained banking and borrowing relationships.

Retained auditors and legal and tax counsel.

Spearheaded the development of a proprietary software system linking operations (inventory), risk management and accounting. This system was later successfully marketed and sold to other trading companies.

Implemented a cyber security and disaster recovery program.

Established Anti-Money Laundering Procedures as per Patriot Act.

Established and managed off-shore trading company.

PHIBRO ENERGY, Westport, CT October 1986 to December 1992

Phibro Energy, currently a division of Occidental Petroleum, whose core activities included trading energy related commodities and refining and distributing petroleum products.

Manager, Joint Venture Analysis (9/90-11/92)

Responsible for Due Diligence and Post Acquisition Integration for energy related joint venture investments, as well as preparation of monthly status reports on the investments.

Investments and Due Diligence Included:

White Nights: Siberian Oil Fields

NNPC: Nigerian National Petroleum Company

Crude Oil Trucking Company

Wholesale Rack Marketing Terminals

Oil Refineries and Pipelines

Gas Stations and Convenience Stores

Manager, Earnings Forecast (10/86-9/90)

Developed, executed and managed a tracking system utilized by traders in accurately hedging oil refinery production and inventory. Generating daily updates, the system forecasted monthly earnings for its 110,000 barrel per-day refining and distribution network.

MERRILL LYNCH, Stamford, CT September 1985 to October 1986

Internal Auditor

Planned and conducted compliance audits for residential and commercial realty brokerage, corporate relocation and mortgage underwriting. Played a key role in assimilating new acquisitions. Recipient of President's, Commitment to Excellence Award.

EDUCATION

STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK AT BINGHAMTON

Bachelor of Science, Accounting

AFFILIATIONS

American Institute of Certified Public Accountants

Association for Corporate Growth-CT: Lower/Middle Market PE

CT Hedge Fund Association



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