? Issued $700 million of 6.625% notes due April 2011 and $600 million of 7.50% notes due April 2031 to refinance three high yield debt issues of R&B Falcon Corp. acquired in January 2001. (来源：英语学习门户 http://www.EnglishCN.com)
? Negotiated $800 million of revolving credit commitments in the form of a five-year $550 million facility and a 364-day $250 million facility for general corporate purposes.
? Issued $865 million of 2.75% zero coupon convertible debentures due May 2020 to finance rig construction.
? Negotiated a $400 million term loan facility to finance the acquisition of Sedco Forex in December 1999.
? Lowered interest costs by approximately $45 million over six quarters by executing $700 million of floating interest rate swaps on the 6.625% notes due April 2011.
? Implemented Wells Fargo's cash management system which allowed consolidation of the company's U.S. cash management activities with a credit bank.
? Integrated the U.S. Dollar cash management program of Sedco Forex by implementing the Chase Insight system and utilizing it worldwide via Citrix software.
? Integrated the domestic cash management program of R&B Falcon and established a separate cash management program for TODCO, a subsidiary that was partially sold to the public in an IPO.
? Managed the global cash management activities of the company, including bank selection and implementation.
? Implemented an $800 million A2 / P2 commercial paper program involving four dealers.
? Managed the foreign exchange activities of the company, including hedging of contract exposures and funding of foreign operations.
? Arranged $100 million of letter agreement, bank facilities for issuance of standby letters of credit to support the company's contract bidding activity.
? Created the investment policy guidelines for the corporate cash portfolio and invested excess cash accordingly.
? Responsible for oversight and reporting of investment performance of the company's pension plans.
Directory of Treasury 1997
? Managed the risk management functions of the company; obtained delay in delivery coverage for a $300 million drillship being constructed at a shipyard in Spain.
STERLING CHEMICALS, INC., Houston, Texas (international chemical manufacturing company)
Manager of Treasury Analysis and Investor Relations 1992-1997
? Arranged $456.5 million of bank facilities used to acquire 91% of Sterling's outstanding common stock as a part of a merger transaction with a privately held company.
? Managed the proxy solicitation process to obtain shareholder approval of the merger transaction between Sterling and a privately held company, including management of the proxy solicitor and the exchange agent.
? Negotiated a $60 million term loan facility to finance the construction of 110,000-ton per year sodium chlorate plant in Georgia.
? Negotiated $275 million of bank facilities to consolidate debt facilities which significantly lowered borrowing margins and revolver commitment fees.
? Restructured the investment management of the defined benefit plans, the 401-K plan, and the non-company stock portion of the Employee Stock Ownership Plan.
? Hedged a portion of the floating-rate revolver debt through execution of interest fixed-rate swaps.
Manager of Cash, Credit and Investor Relations 1989-1992
? Negotiated $185 million of bank facilities to acquire a Canadian pulp chemicals business for which $165 million was non-recourse to the parent company.
? Managed the cash management activities of the company which included establishment of a new program for the pulp chemicals acquisition.
? Managed the investor relations function of the company, which included creation of investor presentations, production of annual and quarterly reports and being the contact person for investors and buyside analysts.
? Supervised the credit function of the company which included negotiating and managing commercial letters of credit received from international customers.
? Established a Canadian Dollar hedging program for the pulp chemicals acquisition.
? Negotiated a non-recourse $25 million project financing for the construction of a 42-megawatt, gas-fired co-generation plant that significantly reduced the Texas City, Texas plant's steam and electrical costs.
Manager of Debt and Investment 1987-1989
? Renegotiated the company's revolving credit agreement to lower borrowing margins, release collateral and permit the payment of $180 million in extraordinary dividends to shareholders.
? Prepared the offering document to tender for $59 million of outstanding subordinated notes so that the company could pay common stock dividends.
? Improved the compliance reporting system for the debt agreements by correcting reporting errors, resulting in the elimination of audit comments from the independent auditors.