John H. Doe
1234 My Way, Yourtown, NY 99999
Summary of Qualifications
CFO/Senior Financial Executive, Equity Financing, Strategic Planning, Corporate Restructuring, Strategic
Negotiations, Acquisitions and Strategic Alliances, Treasury and Risk Management, International Operations,
Operations Management, Turnaround Management
Attained industry-recognized results as a key advisor to the CEO, member of the senior executive team and a chief
financial officer in the global natural resource industry. Specialized in the mining industry with leading, publicly-
traded global enterprises. Accomplished in sophisticated, innovative corporate restructuring and turnaround of
multi-division organizations. Recognized for sound fiscal and operational management, strategic partnerships and
acquisitions resulting in enhanced profitability, reduced costs and optimized shareholder value. Practical experience
with public reporting, investor relations, strategic negotiations and international business. Strong team-building,
leadership, motivation and communication skills coupled with insights into emerging opportunities, trends, issues
and challenges in the global economy.
Solid Gold Corporation
Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer
1999 to present
Led the financial and acquisition efforts of a turnaround company, improved its financial condition and positioned it
for sale, which was the critical objective of this interim position. Responsible for the treasury, public reporting,
acquisitions and investor relations activities of the organization. Directed the accounting and administration staff.
• Achieved significant cost savings by driving all financing, investor relations, treasury and acquisition efforts
and eliminating redundant positions.
• Attained the critical mass needed to effect the revitalization strategy by acquiring one public and one private
• Completed a multi-million dollar equity financing.
• Placed an under-performing subsidiary into Chapter 11.
• Established the accounting and control procedures for an investment in El Salvador.
• Identified a buyer and am currently negotiating the sale of the company.
Vice President and Chief Financial Officer
1997 to 1999
Responded to the depressed commodity environment by merging the financial and administrative activities of two
regional subsidiaries representing assets of $960 million and sales in excess of $500 million per annum.
Restructured the treasury, accounting, office services and information systems in three countries and the planning
group for nine discrete production centers in two countries. Merged the Mexican, Canadian and United States
financial and administrative groups with a 50 percent staff reduction, achieving payback within one year.