Designed and implemented a customer financing program that generated over $30 million in incremental sales in 2008, with a default rate of 0.5% as of January, 2009. Centralized the cash, insurance, and financing management for DuPont subsidiaries in Latin America, reducing head count from 28 to 12 and annual administrative costs from $1.7 million to $1.2 million. Created accounts receivable shared service centers for DuPont businesses in Latin America, reducing head count by 12 for annual cost savings in excess of $600 thousand. Overhauled insurance coverage for DuPont in Latin America, saving over $300 thousand in annual premium paid. Managed approximately $650 million in loans (including BNDES project financing, Brazilian "rural credit", and cross-border loans) and $150 million in short-term investments. Obtained from DuPont's external auditors clean SOX compliance assessments for treasury in Brazil and Mexico from 2004 to 2007. Led a team of more than 40 finance professionals, including remote supervision in five countries. Scored above the DuPont average in all coaching competencies in an anonymous assessment made by direct reports in 2006. Overall performance was deemed above expectations in all years from 2003 to 2007. Reported to the Vice-President of Finance Latin America and received functional guidance from the Vice-President and Treasurer in the U.S.