Speakers

Kanwardeep Ahluwalia
Head of Financial Risk Management
Swiss Re Group

Dr Kanwardeep Ahluwalia is the Head of Financial Risk Management (FRM) of Swiss Re Group. FRM oversees the risks of the internal Asset Management division of Swiss Re, with over $150 billion of assets within the company.   In addition, the activities of the Treasury function, the underwriting of credit risks within the insurance divisions and the overall credit risks of the Group are monitored and managed.  The FRM team is split into four units covering Credit Risk, Market Risk, Quantitivative Risk and Valuation Risk issues.
 
Prior to joining Swiss Re, Kanwardeep Ahluwalia worked for 12 years in the US investment bank, Bear Stearns, rising to number 2 in the global risk management division. He served as the Chief Risk Officer for Europe & Asia and was appointed Head of Market Risk Management during the financial crises.  Kanwardeep contributed to the expansion of the company internationally and participated in the final sale of the company to JP Morgan.
 
Kanwardeep’s first job was in financial regulation in The Securities & Futures Authority.  And prior to that he obtained an MA in Physics from Oxford University and a Ph.D. in Theoretical Physics from Cambridge University.

 

Harry Chopra
Managing Director of Global Sales and Client Services
Standard & Poor's Valuation & Risk Strategies

Harry Chopra leads the global sales and client services function for the newly formed operating segment that brings together assets across Capital IQ, S&P Valuation and Risk Strategies and S&P Equity Research. The integrated sales organization is designed around serving distinct client communities including investment banking, private equity, investment management, commercial lending, wealth management, corporates and organizations that acquire financial market intelligence on an enterprise basis.  Harry has been with the firm for over 5 years and during his tenure he has been involved in many cross functional initiatives.  His most recent contribution was to lead the commercialization of a new methodology, Risk-to-Price, a service that provides a market and credit risk adjusted view of yields for corporate credit.

Harry brings over 26 years of sales and marketing experience in multiple geographies and industries to his current role. Prior to joining the firm, Harry was at Citigroup Asset Management, where he had the opportunity to work in both institutional and retail distribution. In the institutional space, Harry was the head of institutional marketing that supported over $180 billion in assets under management, across fixed income, equities and alternative asset classes. In the retail space, Harry was the global relationship manager, managing a $9 billion relationship with the international component of Citigroup’s global consumer bank. The relationship spanned across EMEA, Japan, Asia and Latin America.

He has a bachelor’s degree in mathematics from the University of Delhi and an MBA in marketing from The University of Michigan. In addition, for his prior role at Citigroup Asset Management he held Series 7 and Series 24 Licenses from the NASD. Most recently, Harry was sponsored by the firm to be a part of the Columbia Business School’s Executive Education program designed around the challenges of leading large organizations. In early 2008, McGraw-Hill chairman, president and CEO, Terry McGraw recognized Harry with an Excellence in Leadership Award for his achievements at the firm.

 

Martha Cummings
Managing Director, Corporate & Investment Banking
Banco Santander

Martha Cummings is Head of US Financial Sponsor Client Coverage, based in New York. She is responsible for relationships with US and Canadian Private Equity, Infrastructure, Real Estate and Pension Funds, as well as US offices of Global Financial Sponsor clients. Prior to taking this role, Ms. Cummings was Chief Risk Officer for Banco Santander in New York, responsible for the risk management of all credit and trading operations booked in New York, including Loans, Project Finance, Structured Finance, Debt and Equity Capital Markets transactions as well as all trading portfolios for Latin American Equities, Fixed Income and Derivative Products.  Previously, Ms. Cummings was a consultant; her engagements included working as Program Advisor for the Wharton Executive Education and assisting in business development for a private equity fund. 

Ms. Cummings is an experienced investment banker specializing in international finance and has extensive expertise in Latin American clients and markets. She has served as Risk Manager for the North and South American capital markets operations of Banco Santander and was responsible for the review, structuring and approval of local and cross-border capital market transactions throughout Latin America as well as workouts of problem loans. Prior to joining Banco Santander, Ms. Cummings was Head of Equity Capital Markets for Latin America at Bankers Trust, where she had previously served as Head of Corporate Finance for the Southern Cone of South America, where she led M&A, Advisory and Financing transactions for clients. 

Ms. Cummings has also worked with Citibank in Mexico and held positions in advertising and marketing with companies including McCann Erickson and International Dairy Queen. 

Ms. Cummings holds an MBA from the Wharton School and an MA in International Studies from the Joseph H. Lauder Institute of International Management. She speaks Spanish and Portuguese.  Ms. Cummings earned a BA in Economics with a minor in Spanish from the University of Minnesota.

Ms. Cummings serves on the Advisory Board of the Wharton Fellows Program

 

Russell D'Souza
Vice President, Global Credit Risk Management
Hanesbrands Inc.

Russell D’Souza is the VP Global Credit Risk Managementat Hanesbrands Inc., a $4.4 billion leader in the apparel industry, with leading brands like Hanes, Champion, Playtex, and Wonderbra, based in Winston-Salem, N.C.   His responsibilities include managing the credit-risk activities for all of the company’s commercial units, in the U.S., Europe, Latin America and Asia. He has previously worked at Hallmark Cards, Inc., in the areas of international finance, credit and global business development, at Collective Brands/Payless Shoesource (a former division of May Dept. Stores – now Macy’s) in merchandise planning and corporate finance, and he was also a professor of finance & international business.

He has been active in the realm of credit and international trade, through association memberships and advisory roles on Chambers of Commerce.  Russell has served on the boards of the National Association of Credit Management (NACM) and its international association, FCIB, as Chairman. He currently serves on the board of the International Credit & Trade Finance Association (ICTF), a credit association dedicated to practitioners involved in global credit risk management activities. Additionally, he also serves on the international advisory board of Winston-Salem State University (a part of the University of North Carolina system). He has earned a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting and an MBA in Finance and International Business, and is conversant in Hindi, Japanese and French.

 

Peter De Boer
Executive Managing Director, Head of Risk Products
Standard & Poor's Valuation & Risk Strategies

Peter de Boer is executive managing director and head of Integrated Desktop Solutions for McGraw-Hill Financial. In this role Peter is responsible for managing and leveraging our market leading solutions including Capital IQ, Global Credit Portal, theMarkets.com, Risk Solutions, and Structured Finance Solutions. Prior to this role Peter was responsible for Fixed Income Solutions for S&P. At S&P Peter also served as head of Global Strategy and Business Development where he championed the overall strategic planning process at S&P, oversaw the identification, evaluation, and execution of potential acquisitions and divestitures, and guided the development of major new S&P-wide market opportunities.

Before joining S&P, Peter worked for Morgan Stanley where he was executive director of the Investment Banking Division for the Financial Institutions Group, serving as a senior team member of the Global Financial Technology practice with responsibility for client relationships, deal origination and execution. Peter was also a vice president of Investment Banking, Financial Institutions, for JP Morgan, vice president/associate with LabMorgan (a JPMorgan venture capital division).

Peter graduated from Union College with a B.A. in Economics and holds an M.B.A. in Finance and Entrepreneurial Management from The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania.

Peter lives in New York City with his wife and two children.

 

Bob Durante
Director
Standard & Poor's

Bob Durante is a Director in Risk Solutions at Standard & Poor’s and leads the Americas Solutions and Services Team.  Bob is responsible for managing all client service engagements, providing analytical thought leadership and helping client’s better measure and manage their credit risk.

Since joining Risk Solutions, Bob has led numerous client engagement projects that focus on development, validation and enhancement of internal risk rating systems and models. Bob also leads an ongoing webinar series that provides thought leadership and information sharing for existing and prospective clients. Recent and pending topics include Effectively Managing Model Risk, Top 10 Client Scorecard Pitfalls, Commercial Banks, Trade Finance, Project Finance, Commercial Real Estate, Sovereigns and Public Finance.  

For over 20 years Bob has held senior analytical and managerial positions in Standard & Poor’s Credit Rating Services and Standard & Poor’s Capital IQ. Bob is noted for his award winning level of client service, thought leadership, analytical innovation and project/staff management. Bob has been awarded the McGraw-Hill Corporate Achievement for Innovation and the Standard & Poor’s Golden Ace Award for Customer Focus. 

Bob has an MBA from Rutgers Graduate School of Management and BA from Rutgers College in New Brunswick, New Jersey.

 

Lou Eccleston
President
McGraw Hill Financial

Lou Eccleston is president of McGraw-Hill Financial, which includes leading brands and businesses such as S&P Indices, Capital IQ, Valuation and Risk Strategies and MarketScope Advisor.

Mr. Eccleston joined Standard & Poor’s in 2008 as executive managing director of Fixed Income Risk Management Services (FIRMS). Before joining Standard & Poor’s, Mr. Eccleston was chairman and chief executive officer of Pivot Inc., a leading provider of communications networks for institutional investors. Previously, he served as president of Global Sales, Marketing and Services for Thomson Financial, leading the integration of separate sales, service and marketing operations around the world into one globally coordinated entity. Mr. Eccleston was also president of the Banking and Brokerage division for Thomson Financial, its largest business operating group at the time, where he led the development and launch of Thomson ONE. Mr. Eccleston also spent 14 years as a managing director with Bloomberg L.P., where he helped build sales and customer service initiatives for the desktop, trading systems, the electronic brokerage business and media operations.

Mr. Eccleston holds a B.A. in Economics from Drew University and an M.B.A. in Finance from La Salle University.

 

Hans Helbekkmo
Senior Vice President, Head of Credit Portfolio Risk
Union Bank, N.A.

Hans Helbekkmo is head of Credit Portfolio Risk Analysis at Union Bank.  In this capacity he is responsible for credit portfolio risk, economic capital, Basel II compliance and stress testing.
 
Before joining Union Bank, Mr. Helbekkmo was a Managing Director in ERisk’s consulting practice, where he provided risk analytics and consulting solutions to financial institutions.  Prior to ERisk, he was a member of Oliver Wyman’s risk practice.  He holds an MBA from INSEAD and a Master’s degree from Cambridge University.
 
Mr. Helbekkmo has extensive experience advising financial institutions on risk management issues, including credit, market, insurance, and operational risk.  He has deep experience as a consultant, solution provider and in-house risk manager.  His work in risk management has taken him around the world, to both of the developed markets of Europe and North America, as well as the emerging economies of Latin America and Asia.

 

Darryll Hendricks
Head of Strategy
UBS Investment Bank

Since September 2011, Darryll Hendricks is Head of Strategy for UBS Investment Bank.  Previously he was Managing Director and Global Head of Risk Methodology for UBS Investment Bank, where he was primarily responsible for leading the strategic remediation and enhancement of market and credit risk methodologies as well as the independent review of valuation models. Since fall 2009, he also has served as the chair of the US industry task force on tri-party repo infrastructure. Before joining UBS, Darryll worked at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York for 13 years where he focused on capital regulation and on the risk assessment of clearing and settlement infrastructure. Darryll has a PhD from Harvard Universit

 

Donna Marie Howe
Chief Risk Officer
Hartford Investment Management Company

Donna Marie Howe, CFA recently joined HIMCO as Chief Risk Officer. She brings to the role significant experience in multiple aspects of risk management. She founded Windbeam Risk Advisory in the wake of the credit crisis, where as CEO she offered strategic risk advisory services to both buy-side and sell-side new business initiatives; and the design and implementation of risk management frameworks for market, credit and operational risks. Prior to launching Windbeam, Donna was Global Hedge Fund Risk Manager/Managing Director with UBS AG in Stamford, Conn. In this role, Donna was responsible for coordinating internal risk-allocating authorities and for improving the efficiency of their risk-taking process with external clients. She was head of the bank risk committee for the credit derivatives central clearing initiative, and managed the interdisciplinary team for close-out of commodity/energy hedge funds.

She has also served as Chief Risk Officer for Angelo, Gordon & Co., a multi-strategy investment advisor in alternatives in New York, as well as both Chief Risk Officer and Head of Market Risk for divisions of ABN-AMRO Bank and as Deputy Head of Market Risk New York for Deutsche Bank.

Donna is the author of A Guide to Managing Interest-Rate Risk (1990) and a member of the Board of Directors for the Global Association of Risk Professionals. She teaches occasionally at Rutgers, Baruch, and the University of Connecticut. She has been quoted in the US News & World Report, the Nihon Keizi Shimbun (the Nikkei), and has been a repeat guest on PBS’s Nightly Business Report. Donna holds a BA in Economics from the University of Michigan.

 

Bob Keiser
Senior Director, Research Strategy & Innovation
Standard & Poor's Valuation and Risk Strategies

Robert Keiser is the Senior Director on the research team at S&P Valuation and Risk Strategies. His current responsibilities include the analysis of cross market relationships between multiple asset classes, including insights derived from observations based upon the team’s proprietary Risk-to-Price methodology.  

Robert’s two decades of experience on and about Wall Street include positions dealing in and/or analyzing the U.S. fixed income, equity, private equity, and global currency markets. The breadth of this experience leaves him well positioned for investigating relationships between markets by utilizing cutting edge S&P applications.

Robert graduated from Rutgers College, Rutgers University in 1983 with a double-major BA degree in economics and English. His resume includes past positions held with a U.S. primary dealer and a number of large global banks and brokerages including Societe Generale, The Long Term Credit Bank of Japan Ltd, and Lloyds Bank Plc. He joined Standard & Poor’s in June 2008. 

 

Larry Marchman
Global Director of Credit
W.R. Grace & Co.

Lawrence Marchman is the Global Director of Credit for Grace Davison, a $1.8 billion operating segment of W. R. Grace & Co. Mr. Marchman concentrates on optimizing the turnover of worldwide trade receivables, and formulating and managing the segment’s global credit policy while continually driving process improvements in the order-to-cash cycle.

His accomplishments include working capital optimization and generating efficiencies through compliance and risk management. He has led Six Sigma Revenue Chain workout sessions in Europe, Asia and South America, as well as the United States.

Prior to Grace, Mr. Marchman held senior credit management positions with large manufacturing companies, including Becton Dickinson and International Paper Company.

Grace Davison is a leading worldwide supplier of catalysts and additives to the oil refining, plastics and chemical industries, and a major global supplier of silica-based products for plastics, food, coatings, pharmaceuticals, petrochemicals and personal care products. Founded in 1854, W. R. Grace & Co. has annual sales of more than $2.6 billion and operations in over 40 countries. For more information, visit www.grace.com.

 

Brian Peters
Senior Managing Director, Enterprise Risk Management
AIG

Mr. Peters is a Senior Managing Director in Enterprise Risk Management, where he is responsible for Group-level risk management.

Prior to joining AIG, Mr. Peters spent 20 years in the Bank Supervision and Research departments of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. During this time, he was a member of the Senior Supervisors Group, and participated on the Basel Committee's Accord Implementation Group and Models Taskforce. His research interests included the governance of financial institutions, and network analysis of systemic risk within the financial sector.

Mr. Peters has an MBA from NYU's Stern School of Business and a BA from Bucknell University.

 

Amy Poster
Strategic Risk Advisor
Iron Harbor Capital

Amy Is currently a strategic advisor for non-investment activities for Iron Harbor Capital Management, a global macro strategy fund.

Prior to her role at Iron Harbor Capital Management,  Amy  recently completed a term assignment at the US Department of Treasury, Office of the Special Inspector General- TARP ( SIGTARP) in Washington, DC and was responsible for the development and oversight of US Treasury's Public Private Investment Program (PPIP). PPIP was a joint venture between 8 selected private asset managers and US Treasury with the goal of supporting the market and facilitate price discovery for legacy commercial mortgage backed securities (CMBS) and non agency residential mortgage backed securities (RMBS). Amy was also the central subject matter expert for financial markets at SIGTARP, leading critical audits on TARP recipients and inter-agency investigations.

While at US Treasury, she developed a comprehensive and in-depth knowledge of Dodd/Frank regulatory reform, participating in several Treasury inter-departmental reviews during the formulation of the legislation’s various sections. She worked extensively with the SEC to clarify the impact of Dodd/Frank rules to existing TARP recipients and TARP investment partners.  These activities have made her an invaluable inter-agency resource, developing lasting working relationships with colleagues at the SEC, Federal Reserve Board of Governors (FRB), Federal Reserve Bank of New York (FRBNY), and FDIC.  Her exposure to various regulatory policies and procedures has provided her an insiders view, critical to the accurate interpretation, implementation, and set up of governance frameworks for financial institutions. Moreover, Amy has has also trained with the SEC Enforcement Division, gaining knowledge in fraud, market surveillance and market manipulation violations.

Prior to her role at SIGTARP, Amy spent the more than 15 years in 4 top tier investment banks.  Her most recent role was a Director in Product Control at Credit Suisse, focusing on risk and valuation for global credit products within the Fixed Income Division. In addition, Amy led the set up and post-launch risk management of several credit and distressed funds within Credit Suisse' Alternative Capital Division.

Amy performed critical lead roles as a liaison to the Leveraged Finance, Corporate, and Derivatives trading desks and oversaw the revisions of risk and valuation policies and procedures for Leveraged Finance Capital Markets/Investment Banking activities. She served as the Product Control lead in Fixed Income’s New Business/Product Committee.  In this capacity, Amy provided technical analysis for model validation and risk governance over new products.

As the Global Product Controller for Credit Products, she managed an international team covering the US, Europe, and Singapore.

Amy has previously worked designing and implementing risk and valuation programs at Donaldson, Lufkin, and Jenrette, and Bear Stearns. She started her career at Lehman Brothers, as a business analyst.

Amy holds an MBA with Distinction from Pace University, Lubin Graduate School of Business.

 

Marc Saidenberg
Senior Vice President, Financial Institution Supervision Group
Federal Reserve Bank of New York

Marc R. Saidenberg is a senior vice president in the bank supervision group of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, where he heads the financial sector policy and analysis function. In this capacity, Mr. Saidenberg is responsible for assessing financial sector developments and risks and for leading the development and implementation of supervisory policy on issues related to risk management, liquidity and capital adequacy. Mr. Saidenberg also represents the Bank on the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision and is the co-chair of the Committee's Working Group on Liquidity. Mr. Saidenberg rejoined the Federal Reserve Bank of New York in 2008.

Mr. Saidenberg was previously employed at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York beginning his career as an economist in the Research and Statistics Group in September 1995. In December 2000, he was appointed an officer in the Bank Supervision Group of the New York Fed to lead the economic capital competency center and in December 2001 was promoted to assistant vice president. He was assigned to credit risk in the risk management function in December 2002. In January 2004, Mr. Saidenberg was assigned to the large complex banking organizations relationship management department and was promoted to vice president in July 2004.

Mr. Saidenberg left the Bank to work for Merrill Lynch and Company in November 2005 where he served as a managing director in the Finance and Treasury functions.

Mr. Saidenberg holds a B.A. from Vassar College and a Ph.D. in economics from the University of California, Berkeley.

 

Al Schulman
Vice President, Enterprise Risk & Capital Modeling
Nationwide

Albert (Al) J. Schulman is Vice President – Enterprise Risk and Capital Management at Nationwide.  Al began working at Nationwide in 1982 in Corporate Finance where he worked on Nationwide’s first strategic planning, net present value and capital models.  In subsequent assignments he served as Controller of Nationwide’s New England agency operations and Nationwide’s western direct marketing operations. 

In 1997 Al led the initial development of Nationwide’s Corporate Development function, and in the following years he led a number of acquisition and divestiture teams.  In 2000 he served as one of the leaders in the development of Nationwide’s RAROC and economic capital modeling capabilities, as well their dynamic financial analysis and ALM capabilities. 

In 2006 Al joined Enterprise Risk Management, where he has led the risk and capital modeling group.  In this capacity he has been instrumental in developing investment portfolio benchmarks for Nationwide’s Property/Casualty companies, developing risk and capital metrics, and building Nationwide’s model validation capabilities.

Al holds a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Rochester and a Master’s degree in Finance from the Sloan School of Management at MIT.  Al is a Lecturer in Enterprise Risk Management at the Fisher College of Business at The Ohio State University. 

 

Sanjay Sharma
Chief Risk Officer - Global Arbitrage & Trading
RBC Capital Markets

Sanjay Sharma is the Chief Risk Officer of Global Arbitrage and Trading at RBC Capital Markets. He oversees risk and performance measurement for this proprietary platform with 12 underlying master strategies and 45 strategies with diverse instruments and geographies spanning credit, mortgages, equities, convertible bonds, rates, volatility and their respective derivatives. His responsibilities include quantification of risk parameters and analytics, performance measurement, and providing communication interface to senior management.  Previously, he was the Chief Credit Officer of Natixis Capital Markets for five years. Prior to his tenure at Natixis he held risk management and investment banking positions at Merrill Lynch, Goldman Sachs, Moody’s, and Citigroup. 

At Merrill Lynch he headed the ratings advisory practice for the Americas and also advised the firm’s clients on issues related to liability and risk management, and capital structure.  His principal focus was on conceptualizing and instituting an eclectic approach for determining optimal capital structure of industrial and financial firms.

At Goldman he was a credit officer and also advised the firm’s clients on issues related to capital structure, risk and ratings in several industries including telecommunications, transportation, finance, aerospace, and technology, as well as sub-sovereign issuers. At Moody’s he covered commercial, consumer and aircraft finance companies as an Analyst, and was also involved in rating several structured finance transactions.  Prior to his career in the financial services industry, he worked as a marine engineer with Asian and European shipping companies on cargo ships and supertankers, and received the Chief Engineer’s certificate of competency.

He holds a Ph.D. in Finance and International Business from New York University and an MBA from the Wharton School of Business. He has undergraduate degrees in Physics and Marine Engineering from St. Stephen’s College (Delhi University) and Marine Engineering College respectively.  He holds the CFA charter and has served on the Board of Directors and the Board of Advisors for UPS Capital (a wholly owned subsidiary of United Parcel Service) for over five years. He is also the Founder and Board Member of Green Point Technology Services – a technology, legal and business process outsourcing firm with operations in the US, Israel and India, and of Tomorrow’s Genius – a provider of online education.

 

Natasha Sharpe
Chief Credit Risk Officer
Sun Life Financial Inc.

Natasha Sharpe is Chief Credit Risk Officer of Sun Life Financial. She is responsible for overseeing the company's credit risk management activities including credit risk analytics and infrastructure, credit risk reporting as well as credit policy and governance.

Ms. Sharpe joined Sun Life in February 2010, bringing with her a strong background in risk and credit management. She was recently named to the prestigious Canada's Top 40 Under 40 list for 2010. Canada’s Top 40 Under 40 is an annual national award program.  It honours 40 Canadians in the private, public and not-for-profit sectors under the age of 40 who make significant contributions in their fields.

Prior to Sun Life, she was Vice-President, Corporate Banking for the Bank of Montreal, a position she has held since 2006. Ms. Sharpe also held successive positions as the Vice-President, Risk Reporting and Analytics, and Vice-President, Corporate Risk Management at the Bank of Montreal. In addition to her roles she also served on the Risk Review Committee of the Board and was Secretary for the Risk Management Committee.

Earlier in her career, Ms. Sharpe also held a senior role at   PricewaterhouseCoopers/Coopers & Lybrand, as Vice-President, Financial Advisory Services.

Since 1999, Ms. Sharpe has been the Chair of the Kensington Health Centre and Director of the Kensington Foundation. From 2004 through to 2007, she was the Director and Treasurer of The Scarborough Hospital. Ms. Sharpe has also held the role of President of the Toronto Risk Management Association. 

Ms. Sharpe holds an MBA from the University of Toronto, as well as a Ph.D. from the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Toronto.

 

2011 Leadership in Risk Management (New York)

Date: Thursday, September 15, 2011

Time: 7:30am – 11:45am

Location: New York, NY

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Kanwardeep Ahluwalia Kanwardeep Ahluwalia
Head of Financial Risk Management
Swiss Re Group

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Harry Chopra Harry Chopra
Managing Director of Global Sales and Client Services
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Martha Cummings Martha Cummings
Managing Director, Corporate & Investment Banking
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Russell D'Souza Russell D'Souza
VP, Global Credit Risk Management
Hanesbrands Inc.

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Peter De Boer Peter De Boer
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Bob Durante Bob Durante
Director
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Lou Eccleston Lou Eccleston
President
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Hans Helbekkmo Hans Helbekkmo
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