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Jean Mansen

Ms. Jean K Mansen
832 Fawn Drive San Anselmo, California 94960-1134 United States

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Education, Certifications & Awards




Areas of Expertise

Commercial Banking, Debt Restructure, Leasing, Commercial Lending, Corporate Finance

Expert Witness Categories

Bankruptcy, Investment Banking, Underwriting, Due Diligence, Risk Analysis, International Business

Summary of Experience

Senior financial executive with twenty-five years? experience in commercial lending, debt restructuring and workouts, credit management, corporate finance, leasing, venture capital and mezzanine finance.
1996-Present Principal, Jean K. Mansen & Associates
Expert witness in complex financial services litigation matters, including workouts, private equity investment management, and professional standards. Advise Board of Directors of financial institutions regarding risk management issues, including red flags for directors managing financial institutions. Teach negotiations skills for lenders and business development officers. Consult for regional commercial banks regarding portfolio management, credit underwriting and management, and regulatory compliance. Consulted to Mexican government regarding Mexican financial institution solvency in preparation for adoption of US GAAP by Mexican banking organizations.
1997-2003 Vice President, Investment Risk Management, GATX Corporation
Responsible for underwriting, structuring and management of large ticket leasing transactions in air, rail, marine, technology, telecommunications and real estate sectors; debt restructures and workouts of telecommunications, real estate, power generation, marine and aircraft leases, including leverage lease transactions, operating and finance leases, project finance transactions and equity investments.
1990-1996 Vice President & Division Manager -- Credit Policy & Portfolio Management, The Bank of California, N.A.
(1993 -- 1996) Drawing from lessons learned as chief credit officer for the Supervised Asset Division, refined the bank?s credit portfolio management practices, developed and provided training programs for underwriting, credit analysis, negotiations and debt restructuring for commercial, agricultural, international, special asset, consumer and real estate lending areas.
(1990 -- 1993) Senior Credit Officer for the bank?s Supervised Asset Division (newly created position) at a time when the bank?s classified assets equaled $1 billion (total assets were $6 billion) and bank was operating under close regulatory scrutiny. As senior credit officer for the classified portfolio, primary responsibilities included supervision of all commercial and agricultural workouts. Provided guidance and coaching to approximately 20 seasoned workout officers for all commercial and agricultural classified loans/assets.
1989-1990 Senior Associate, Venture Associates (Wholly-owned by Arthur Andersen)
Provided strategic guidance and tactical expertise to public utilities and public entities regarding revenue enhancement strategies, procurement cost reduction programs and new business venture formation.
1986-1989 Vice President and Group Executive, Manufacturers Hanover Trust Company
Responsible for team of six calling officers covering public electric utilities throughout the United States. Provided project finance, structure finance, syndicated credit facilities and capital market products to electric, gas, and nuclear utilities and their non-regulated subsidiaries.
1982-1986 Vice President, The Bank of California, N.A.
Responsible for lending to independent oil and gas producers and utilities; project finance; and workout of oil and gas related credits.
In recognition of my problem solving skills, negotiating abilities and focus on asset and cash flow creation / preservation, I was asked to take a special assignment as president, chief operating officer, and director of Waverly Oil Company, Inc., a special purpose, close corporation formed and owned by a syndicate of banks for the purpose of holding, restructuring, operating and disposing of oil and gas properties.
1979-1982 Loan Officer, Union Bank
Completed 24-month comprehensive training and loan analysis program.
1976-1978 Auditor, Main Hurdman (now KPMG)
1976 California State University, Fullerton, BA Accounting / Business Administration
Ongoing Continued professional development -- accounting, corporate finance, capital markets, leadership, mediation and negotiations courses.
Turnaround Management Association, Northern California Chapter
Association of Certified Fraud Examiners
Ongoing Corporate communications ? American AgCredit President?s Quarterly Letter to Shareholders
Jan. 2005 Business Negotiations for Marketing and Lending Officers, American AgCredit
Jan. 2004 Consulted for Board of Directors, American AgCredit and presentation re: Financial Statement Literacy: Red Flags for Directors
Aug. 2003 Developed and presented a workshop for American AgCredit Central Valley office: Business Negotiations for Lending Officers, covering business negotiation skills for lending, workouts and debt restructures.
May 2003 The Monitor, Lessons Learned: Know When to Hold Them, Know When to Fold Them
1997 San Francisco Business Times, Guest Editorial, The Future of Community Banks
1996 Presentation to the Commercial Law & Bankruptcy Section Bar Association of San Francisco. Regulatory and Reporting Roadblocks to Problem Loan Workouts



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