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JOHN QUARTARARO

Alfred, ME 04002-3008 207-490-1958 Cell 207-831-2329 jquartararo13134@roadrunner.com LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/johnquartararo

SUMMARY
A senior government banker, with extensive experience in operational responsibilities, general management, responding to requests for proposals and presentations, customer transitions and set-ups, product development, deposit rate setting, credit, policy development and interacting with senior state treasury officials. As a CFO, experience in starting-up a new independent quasi-state agency that includes operating and financial procedures, audit and external reviews, human resource and grant administration. As a municipal finance director, extensive experience with financial operations, budgeting and interactions with the public and government officials.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
Efficiency Maine Trust, Augusta, Maine Chief Financial Officer June 2010 to March 2012

Responsible for management of the finance and administrative functions and the development of policies and procedures for a start-up agency. This position requires functioning as both the CFO and the chief operating officer, and the functions include overseeing financial management, grant administration, human resource administration, developing policies and procedures, contracting negotiation, reporting, budgeting development and support of the Executive Director and Board of Trustees. As an independent quasi-state agency, there is overlap with state budget, although there is a substantially larger comprehensive budget that is outside of the state budget process. For FY2011 the Trust adopted a budget of $99 million. KEYBANK, N.A., Public Sector Banking, Portland, Maine Senior Vice President and Senior Relationship Manager 2007 to 2010

Responsible for servicing existing municipal and school business and soliciting new business. Customer and prospect base includes municipal and public school administrative units with budgets in excess of $10 million, state governments, private secondary schools and institutions of higher education. The range of services includes deposit and cash management services, investments, long-term and temporary borrowing, public finance, derivatives and interest rate swaps. TD BANK, N.A., Government Banking Division, Portland, Maine 1995 to 2007 Senior Vice President, Senior Municipal Lender and Operations and Administration Manager Began as an account officer in Maine and in 1996 assigned additional responsibilities in other locations as Peoples Heritage Bank began growing by acquisition out of state banks. Responsibilities included providing training for officers and staff, responding to major requests for proposals and transitioning new major relationships, including the states of Maine and Vermont, and Vermont Student Assistance Corporation, acting as the contact person for interdepartmental issues, developing products, managing the rate setting process and overseeing merger and conversion issues for Government Banking. Also, primary account officer for the State of New Hampshire Treasurers Office and University of New Hampshire System, and

supporting office for the State of New York Treasurers Office and the Office of the Comptroller. Participated in seminars for municipal governments and school units.

Established proposal teams for responding to RFPs, production of proposals, proposal


presentations, finalize relationship contracts and oversaw transition to new banking predicts and services.

Worked with Marketing and Operations for developing new products, rate setting and
oversee merger and conversation issue for the department.

Go-to-Guy for managing banking relationship and customer problem resolution; and
internal problem resolutions with operations. CITY OF BANGOR, Finance Department, Bangor, Maine Finance Director/Treasurer Responsible for citywide budget in excess of $75 million including the municipal budget, capital projects, and six enterprises funds: Bangor International Airport, Bangor Nursing Facility, Bass Park Auditorium, Bangor Civic Center, Bangor Raceway, Sewer Fund, Bangor Municipal Golf Course and Parking Garage. The Divisions managed by the Finance Director included Treasury, Audit (accounting and payroll), Insurance and Workers Compensation (self-funded and self-administered program). Worked with the Citys auditors including the review of and response to the annual management report. In August 1990, the City had not completed its audit for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1989 and could not close the fiscal year ended June 30, 1990 because of a failing internal financial management system. The City had not drawn down funds on numerous Federal Aviation Administration grants for the Citys Airport, nor closed out completed FAA grants. The City needed to restore the City Councils and the publics confidence in its financial reporting and prepare a multi-year plan to upgrade the internal financial management system. Worked with the Citys financial advisor and bond counsel to structure a revenue bond financing for airport improvements, as well as charter change to improve the financial management and financial position of the City. ADDITIONAL EXPERIENCE Finance Director/Treasurer, City of Saco, Saco, ME School Business Agent, Exeter School District, Exeter, NH School Business Officer, School Administrative District #44, Bethel, ME Director of Administration, Task Force on Human Needs, Lewiston, ME EDUCATION BS, Government and Administration, Nasson College, Springvale, Maine MPA course work, Master of Public Administration Program University of Maine 1990 to 1995

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIP Association of Financial Professionals (AFP) Former member: Maine Association of School Business Officials (Maine ASBO) Former member: Maine Government Finance Officers Association (MGFOA) PAST BOARD MEMBERSHIPS Maine Preservation, Portland Visiting Nurses Association, South Portland AWARD U.S. Navy, 1969 1972 Navy Achievement Award for Heroic Action