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CV Sergio Mujica (ENG)

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  1. 1. Sergio Mujica Curriculum Vitae D.O.B. May 7th 1983 Address: Augusto Leguia Sur #098, Las Condes, Santiago, Chile. Chilean, Single, ID# 15.371.190-9 Cell.: +(569)7 5552708 smujicap@gmail.com Graduated with honors in Business Management at Diego Portales University, specialized in Finance. Promoter of collaborative work. Oriented towards anticipating, planning and organizing both daily and strategic activities. Seeking to contribute to socioeconomic progress and sustainable development. ACADEMIC 2014 PERMACULTURE RESEARCH INSTITUTE OF AUSTRALIA The Channon, Permaculture Design Australia 2005-2009 DIEGO PORTALES UNIVERSITY Santiago, SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS Chile Title: Business Manager, specialized in finance. Academic Degree: Bachelor of Business Management 2002-2004 FINIS TERRAE UNIVERSITY Santiago, SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE Chile Architectural Design 1992-2001 THE GRANGE SCHOOL Santiago, Junior, Junior High, High School Chile WORK January 2011 - May 2014 BANK OF TOKYO-MITSUBISHI UFJ 3 Years + BTMU Santiago Branch Santiago, Department: Corporate Business Department Chile 2013 - 2014 Position: Relationship Manager (RM), Japanese Corporations. Responsibilities and Achievements: Strategically plan, strengthen, develop and maintain healthy key customer relations. Develop Santiago Branch’s banking business from an assigned portfolio of Japanese corporations operating in Chile. Collaborated in cross- selling with BTMU related offices in the U.S.A., Brazil, Peru, Argentina and Japan. Closely working with treasury department, money desk and operations to proactively attend customer needs. Successfully increased the assigned portfolio’s profitability and managed key performance indicators by customer. Other activities related to reviewing applications for credit facilities, leading negotiations with BTMU’s Main Offices in Japan, supervising daily transactions, banking operations and legal documentation related to the assigned portfolio, and partaking in customer activities and events. Active participation in the development of Santiago Branch’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) affairs. 2012 - 2013 Position: Account Officer (AO), Japanese Corporates. Responsibilities and Achievements: Portfolio management of Japanese Corporations in several industries, namely, Mining, Automotive, Electronics, Agribusiness, among others. Leading sales and managing execution of Corporate loans (Bilateral, Working Capital, Bridge Loans, Trade Finance, L/T and S/T, in different currencies, etc), FX, Hedging (Forwards) and Transaction Banking. Preparing/revising credit applications for deals. Operating, selling and training customers in the use of BTMU Cash Management System (GCMS). Analyzing credit deals, financial statements, Industry and company business, and financial projections. In charge of supervising the approval and maintaining control of legal contracts and other deal-related legal documentation. In charge of daily customer controls (payments, transactions, covenants, due dates, etc).
  2. 2. 2011 - 2012 Position: Analyst/Junior Account Officer, Japanese Corporates Responsibilities and Achievements: Fully prepare credit applications for Japanese Corporates in Chile, including company financial analysis, business and industrial analysis, projections, cash flows, etc. Prepared business memos and customer control mechanisms. Meet clients and manage daily operations. July - December 2010 GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY Santiago, (6 Months) GE Healthcare Americas, LAS Region Chile Department: Logistics Position: Order-To-Remittance (OTR) Specialist Responsibilities: In charge of Orders logistics for two product categories. Coordinating Orders for Healthcare Equipment and Clinical Systems to be delivered in Chile. Worked with business management software such as ORACLE-based ERP and business data bases; direct communication with factories abroad and local distributors, developing and implementing processes to streamline orders of equipment and clinical systems. February - June 2010 TOUCH PRODUCCIONES Santiago, (5 Months) Department: Events and Sponsorship Chile Position: Account Manager Responsibilities: Prepare project presentations and business proposals for corporate and non-corporate clients; Produce and supervise Corporate events. February - March 2008 KPMG CONSULTORES LTDA. Santiago, Corporate Finance Department: Financial Advisory Services Chile Position: Intern Responsibilities: Participated in Business Valuation processes; Support in the “Project to enhance Panama’s Financial Centre’s competitiveness” by means of preparing a benchmark analysis of global financial centres. Prepared slide-show Presentations and learnt to manage data bases. RESEARCH September 2009 - January 2010 DIEGO PORTALES UNIVERSITY Santiago, (5 months) Faculty of Business and Economics Chile Department: Asia-Pacific Research Centre Position: Assistant Researcher Responsibilities: Prepare Asia-Pacific research reports, in the fields of economy, politics, sustainable development and other relevant events). Assist in the preparation of Asia- Pacific seminars and conferences. OTHER ABILITIES & PERSONAL INTERESTS Software Skills Microsoft Office: Word, Excel, Power Point, Project, Access. iWork: Pages, Numbers, Keynote. Operating Systems: Windows, OSX, Linux. Languages Spanish - Native English, spoken and written - High level. Certificates: IBT TOEFL score: 93% (112/120). Cambridge University Certificate of English as a second Language. Activities & Interests Permaculture, Sustainable Development, Gastronomy, Yoga, Slack Lining, Fine Arts- Painting (www.sergiomujica.com), Playing Guitar, Social Responsibility, Technology and Innovation.

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