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INTRODUCTION TO THE 12TH EDITION OF THE  TRANSFER PRICING AGGIES STUDENT PROFILE BOOK     The Fall 2017 edition of the Transfer Pricing Aggies Student Profile Book highlights 32 students who  are currently enrolled in or have successfully completed my International Transfer Pricing course  MGMT/ECON/INTA 663. They are looking for internships or full‐time placements in transfer pricing  or closely related careers such as taxation, valuation or data analytics.    My 14‐week, 42‐hour Transfer Pricing course is a demanding graduate seminar where students read  and  discuss  both  scholarly  and  professional  research  on  multinationals  and  transfer  pricing.  Required readings this semester include the 2017 versions of the U.S. Section 482 Regulations, the  OECD Transfer Pricing Guidelines, and the United Nations Practical Manual on Transfer Pricing for  Developing Countries. In the course, we discuss the latest topics including: value chain analysis and  DEMPE activities, intellectual property and risk migration, BEPS and country‐by‐country reporting,  cash  pooling  and  cost  sharing  arrangements,  restructuring,  permanent  establishments  and  significant people functions, and advance pricing agreements. Students have weekly quizzes on the  reading  materials.  We  review  well‐known  transfer  pricing  cases  and  the  ADIT  Transfer  Pricing  Certificate  exams.  Students  practice  their  knowledge  using  Bureau  van  Dijk’s  Transfer  Pricing  Catalyst, Thomson Reuters OneSource Documenter, ktMINE's Royalty Rates and Standard and Poor’s  Capital IQ. Each student also interviews and writes a paper on a senior transfer pricing professional.    My  students  typically  take  graduate  courses  in  accounting,  economics,  econometrics,  finance,  international business, management and statistics. Most students have, in addition, completed the  Certified Financial Analyst (CFA) Level 1 or 2 Exams, the Advanced Excel training on Management  Consulted, and a graduate accounting course in Financial Statements Analysis.    Adding the 25 students currently studying transfer pricing with me this semester to the 277 who  have previously taken the course brings the total number to 302 students. More than 100 now have  transfer pricing careers. Most of my current and former students are also members of the closed  Transfer Pricing Aggies network on LinkedIn.     I hope the students in this 12th edition of the Transfer Pricing Aggies Student Profile Book also find  successful placements in transfer pricing careers. Each student has signed a FERPA form, allowing  public release of his or her information for purposes of job placement. If your firm, tax authority or  other organization would like to interview and hire one or more of these students, please contact  them  directly  using  the  information  on  their  profile  page  or  on  their  LinkedIn  page.  More  information about transfer pricing at Texas A&M can be found on my LinkedIn page and website.     I would like to thank Mr. Jenner Bate and Mrs. Marilyn Santiesteban for their help putting together  this edition of the Transfer Pricing Aggies Student Profile Book. Gig’em, Aggies!    

Lorraine Eden Professor of Management and Gina and Anthony Bahr (’91) Professor in Business  Texas A&M University, 4221 TAMU, College Station, TX 77843‐4221       leden@tamu.edu | linkedin.com/in/Lorraine Eden| www.voxprof.com |       © Lorraine Eden, Texas A&M University. All rights reserved.  Last update: September 22, 2017. 


STUDENT PROFILE PAGES  NAME  PAGE  Muhammad Abdullah  1  Carol Adebowale  2  Peiran Bi  3  Mariana Carmona  4  Yiwei Chen  5  Jordan Noelle Christman  6  Yuyang (Patrick) Cui  7  Shuo (Renesmee) Feng  8  Shreya Gandotra  9  Syed Hammad Haider  10  Edward Hinneh‐Bediako  11  Olivia Krog  12  Jeannie Laochaloenvanich  13  Yunqi (Audrey) Liu  14  Syed Haziq Masood  15  Afam Meka  16 

NAME Ruben Mendoza  Vaishali Pandey  Vivekvarma Sagi  Caroline Schad  Kevin Matthew Sprague  Andrea Talero   Joseph Cannon Tate  Gandhali Vaidya  Benjamin Vinson  Nicole White  Jack Witte  Ruohan Wu  Lizhou (Zach) Xu  Xiaoyan (Winn) Xu  Yuan Xu  Daniyal Zahid 

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MUHAMMAD ABDULLAH 832-716-6303 | abdu2840@tamu.edu | linkedin.com/in/muh-abdullah Seeking: Full-Time Preferred Start Date: June 2017 EDUCATION Texas A&M University Master of Agribusiness GPA: 3.6 / 4.0

. College Station, TX May 2018

Lahore School of Economics Bachelor of Science in Economics and Finance GPA: 3.44 / 4.0

Lahore, Pakistan April 2016

RELEVANT COURSES .  Transfer Pricing: International Transfer Pricing, Taxation and Auditing  Accounting: Financial Accounting I and II, Financial Statement Analysis, Accounting Concepts and Procedures  Economics: Managerial Economics, Micro and Macro Economics  Finance: Financial Management I and II, Risk Management, Investments, Capital Markets, Comm. trading  Statistics/Econometrics: Analysis and Forecasting, Econometric I and II, Statistics I & II, Quantitative Methods EXPERIENCE JBS Pricing Department Intern  Built a model for forecasting cutout value for next three weeks  Carried out market research on competitors such as Cargill and Tyson  Created a standard template to analyze business prospect with new customers

. Greeley, CO May 2017- Aug. 2017

Coca Cola Beverages Pakistan Ltd. Strategy/Business Development Analyst

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Introduced and implemented strategies to promote the brand recognition of Coca Cola Products Defined and conducted market attractiveness analyses to develop the region's strategic plan

V-gro Hybrid Seeds Corporation Business Development Executive (Import Division)

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China-Pakistan Feb 2013- Oct 2013

Analyzed and controlled the Financial budget, Rs.50 million, for the company and its subsidiaries in four states, providing periodic reports on the financial performance Coordinated  and  conducted  projection  studies  to  analyze  and  evaluate  the  impact  of  the  firm’s operational and commercial variations with current supplier i.e. Hubei Provincial Seed Group Ltd China

Younus Enterprises, Amtur Online Grocery Store Co-founder

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Lahore, Pakistan May 2014–Aug 2014

Lahore, Pakistan Feb 2015- Mar 2016

Introduced a completely new channel for distribution of commodities from producers to customer Conducted thorough market research of over 100 leading competitors Created and implemented a detailed business plan that resulted in Rs.5 million Sales within 3 months

SKILLS AND AWARDS Languages: Fluent in English, Urdu and Hindi; Conversational Proficiency in Punjabi Technical Skills: KtMINE, Thomson Reuters One Source, Orbit Tax, Smart View, SAP, Stata Honors and Awards: Intercollegiate Faculty of Agribusiness Scholarship (Texas A&M University) Interests: Sports, Hiking, and Reading

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CAROL ADEBOWALE

281-315-4116 | Cadebowale@tamu.edu | linkedin.com/in/caroladebowale

Seeking: Full-Time EDUCATION Texas A&M University, Bush School of Government and Public Service Master of Master of International Affairs in Development and Economic Policy GPA: 3.2 / 4.0 Prairie View A&M University Bachelor of Arts in Political Science GPA: 3.63 / 4.0

Preferred Start Date: July 2018 College Station, Texas May 2018 Prairie View, Texas May 2015

RELEVANT COURSES  Transfer Pricing/Tax: International Transfer Pricing  Economics: Global Economy, Energy Markets (Spring 2018)  Finance: Financial Statements Analysis  Quant/Methods: Quantitative Methods I & II  Other Relevant Courses: International Crisis Management, International Economic Development (Spring 2018) EXPERIENCE KPMG Dallas, Texas Transfer Pricing Intern July 2017 – August 2017  Researched taxation topics, and examined economic conditions and industry trends for transfer pricing documentation reports  Analyzed transfer pricing projects using ktMINE, and Lexis Nexis to prepare transfer pricing documentation reports under US and OECD transfer pricing rules Ministry of Works HQ Mabuchi, Abuja, Nigeria Audit Research Intern August 2015 – August 2015  Assisted the Director of Internal Audit with detailed analytical review of audit documents to access the performance of each ministry  Met with key clients including personnel from other ministries to identify and resolve concerns Kilgore Industries Houston, Texas Estimating Assistant February 2015 – July 2016  Liaison between owners and vendors, supplier, and subcontractors to resolve deviations in proposals and pricing packages  Assisted in estimating multi-million dollar MEP and multifamily projects for the healthcare, education, and aviation industries Texas House of Representative Austin, Texas Intern April 2013 – June 2013  Served as mediator between State Representative Cecil Bell, Jr., and constituents of the legislative  Drafted over 30 letters on the Senator's behalf to constituents and organizations to keep them informed on issues pertaining to the Texas State District 3  Used Excel to create a database of all constituents’ inquiries, and casework SKILLS AND AWARDS Languages: Fluent in Yoruba; Conversational Proficiency in Spanish Technical Skills: STATA, ktMINE, Thomson Reuters, TP Catalyst - Bureau van Dijk, ArcGIS, ArcCatalogue, ArcMap Honors and Awards: Pi Sigma Alpha (2014), Cum Laude Honors (2015), Deans Honor List (2011-2015), Diversity Fellowship 2016-2018 Activities: Down Syndrome Association of Houston, Rebuild together Houston, Public Service Organization Interests: Running, Cycling and Reading 2


PEIRAN BI

979-587-0719 | peiranbi1018@gmail.com | linkedin.com/in/peiranbi

Seeking: Full-Time & Internship EDUCATION Texas A&M University Master of Science in Economics-Financial Econometrics GPA: 4.0 / 4.0 University of International Business and Economics Bachelor of Economics in Financial Engineering

Preferred Start Date: May 2018 College Station, Texas May 2018 Beijing, China June 2016

RELEVANT COURSES  Transfer Pricing/Tax: International Transfer Pricing (Fall 2017)  Accounting: Financial Management (Fall 2017), Financial Statement Analysis, Financial Accounting,  Economics: Financial Econometrics, Economic Forecasting, Intermediate Macroeconomics, Intermediate Microeconomics, International Economics  Finance: Financial Decision Making, Analysis of Applications for Financial Engineering, Financial Engineering, Security Investment Analysis, Measuring Analysis of Financial Risk, Financial Time Series Analysis, Corporate Finance, Financial Risk Management, Fixed Income Securities Analysis, International Finance, Public Finance, Financial Derivatives  Quant/Methods: Econometric Analysis of Financial Data (Fall 2017), Economics Analytics, Applications of Stochastic Processes, Probability Theory, SAS Programming and Complex Data Management, Knowledge Mining and Statistical Modeling, Mathematical Statistics, Mathematical Analysis, Linear Algebra  Other Relevant Courses: Contemporary International Relations, Law of Corporations, Management EXPERIENCE Agricultural Bank of China Zibo, China Intern, Financial Products Department June 2015 – August 2015  Authored a 10-page financial product overview and user experience report for distribution to 300 clients to promote the products and maintain relationships with clients  Reviewed more than 4,000 credit card application forms by checking applicants’ pay slips, holding assets and credit reports to screen qualified applicants with repayment ability  Assisted in completing 3 credit analysis reports for loan application to evaluate the loan repayment ability and credit capacity of the applicants Running Club of UIBE Beijing, China President September 2013 – June 2014  Led a group of 30 staff and organized 512 club members to participate in the Daily Running Activity and the 3 rd Beijing Colleges Walking Games  Raised funds for the club activities and sports meetings by networking and providing advertisement services plans with 11 companies including Nike Volunteer Service Group of UIBE Beijing, China Staff September 2012 – June 2013  Organized 1,025 students to volunteer by conducting recruitment on campus and networking with other communities SKILLS AND AWARDS Languages: Fluent in English; Native in Chinese Technical Skills: Transfer Pricing Catalyst, ktMINE, Capital IQ, Thomson Reuter OneSource, R, MATLAB, Eviews, SAS, Microsoft Office Interests: Basketball, Billiards, Electronic Sports, Piano, and Cooking 3


MARIANA CARMONA

713.890.2734 | carmomar000@tamu.edu | linkedin.com/in/marianacarmonaa

Seeking: Full-Time EDUCATION Texas A&M University M.S./B.S. Financial Economics FastTrack Program Master of Science in Financial Economics GPA: 3.875 / 4.0 Bachelor of Science in Economics with Minor in German GPA: 3.752 / 4.0 Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen Study Abroad, Reciprocal Educational Exchange Program

Preferred Start Date: January 2018 College Station, TX December 2017

Tübingen, Germany September 2015 – January 2016

RELEVANT COURSES  Transfer Pricing/Tax: International Transfer Pricing (Fall 2017)  Accounting: Financial Accounting, Managerial Accounting  Economics: Strategies of Multinational Firms, Economics of Decision-Making Strategy, Financial Economics, Program Evaluation, Public Finance, Money and Banking  Finance: Financial Management  Other Business: Business Information System Concepts  Quant/Methods: Economic Analytics, Economic Forecasting, Econometrics, Statistical Methods, Linear Algebra EXPERIENCE Bush School of Government and Public Service College Station, TX Student Assistant for International Affairs Master’s Program August 2016 – Present  Support 30+ faculty and staff members of the Master’s program by coordinating events and processing orders  Document all the department’s transactions, help allocate a ~$100,000 budget and verify the month end statements  Maintain and update 50 budget spreadsheets for all the program’s general, faculty, and special accounts James A. Baker III Institute for Public Policy – Rice University Houston, TX Intern/Research Assistant May 2016 – August 2016  Collaborated on writing publication addressing globalization of transnational organized crime  Translated and proofread scholar publications on the US-Mexico border and China-Mexico business relations Refuge College Station, TX Managing Editor, BeRefuge.com August 2016 – May 2017  Managed 8 correspondents, social media and the creative direction for the news site focusing on informing millennials about refugees, immigration, and policies Marketing Executive, WearRefuge.com April 2015 – July 2016  Oversaw social media image and product placement for startup company supporting child refugee education  Provided connections with like-minded companies, resulting in negotiating a successful collaboration with the BOB Foundation Ltd. SKILLS AND AWARDS Languages: Fluent in English and Spanish; Conversational Proficiency in German Technical Skills: SAS, R, STATA, Microsoft Office, Thomson Reuters OneSource (Fall 2017), TP Catalyst (Fall 2017), ktMINE (Fall 2017), Capital IQ (Fall 2017), Honors and Awards: Texas A&M College of Liberal Arts Dean’s List, Fall 2013, Fall 2014, Fall 2015 Certifications & Training: SAS Verified Base Programmer for SAS 9 Activities: Aggies Reaching Out (ARO), Fish Camp, Aggie Awakening, John 15, SuperCompuCampo Interests: Running, Reading, Traveling, Community Service

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YIWEI CHEN 979-676-5319 | ychen815@tamu.edu | linkedin.com/in/chenyiwei815

Seeking: Full-Time EDUCATION Texas A&M University, Mays Business School Master of Real Estate University of Wisconsin-Madison, Wisconsin School of Business Master of Science in Real Estate South China University of Technology Bachelor of Economics in Finance

Preferred Start Date: January 2018 College Station, Texas December 2017 Madison, Wisconsin December 2015 Guangzhou, China June 2015

RELEVANT COURSES  Transfer Pricing/Tax: International Transfer Pricing (Fall 2017)  Accounting: Accounting, Analysis of Financial Statements, Financial Management, Accounting for Decision Making  Economics: Intermediate Microeconomics, Intermediate Macroeconomics, Industry Economics, Land Economics, Urban Economics, Financial Econometrics, International Economic Environment  Finance: International Finance, Financial Risk Management, Financial Engineering, Behavioral Finance, Money & Capital Market, Security Investment Analysis, Real Estate Equity Investment, Corporate Finance, Insurance  Other Business: Real Property Valuation, Real Property Analysis, Real Estate Law  Quant/Methods: Applied Predictive Analytics for Business (Fall 2017), Statistics, Probability & Mathematical Statistics, Advanced Mathematics, Linear Algebra, Quantitative Methods for Business Management  Other Relevant Courses: International Trade, International Settlement, Management EXPERIENCE SWBC San Antonio, Texas Ad Valorem Property Tax Consultant Intern May 2017 – August 2017  Applied cost approach, income approach and equity analysis to valuate more than 60 commercial real properties  Identified and evaluated at least 20% potential tax reduction for each property Golden Eagle Asset Management CO., Ltd Guangzhou, China Risk Management Intern January 2016 – May 2016  Created a stress testing model for a $100 million real estate portfolio and the equity investment  Identified and evaluated risks of 25 open-end funds by analyzing key factors and negative information The Nielsen Company Guangzhou, China Consultant Intern March 2015 – May 2015  Assembled data such as GDP, population, vacancy and income to develop conclusions and predictions for real estate markets of 11 developing cities in China  Updated a detailed list of clients for a detailed business network, and maintained and developed business relationships  Conducted research for over $6 billion in projects of listed real estate and retail clients by conducting interviews, satisfaction surveys, location analysis and tenant-mix analysis, and presented findings SKILLS AND AWARDS Languages: Fluent in English; Native in Cantonese and Mandarin Technical Skills: Transfer Pricing Catalyst, ktMINE, Capital IQ, Thomson Reuter OneSource, R, Eviews, Argus, Microsoft Office, Excel VBA Programming, GIS, Tableau Honors and Awards: FABCI Scholarship 2017 Certifications & Training: Real Estate Financial Modeling Level 1, 2 &3 Certified, Argus Enterprise Training Interests: Piano, Yoga, Reading, and Traveling

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JORDAN NOELLE CHRISTMAN

540-392-1258 | jordannchristman15@gmail.com | linkedin.com/in/jordan-christman/

Seeking: Full-Time and/or Internship

Preferred Start Date: May 2018

EDUCATION Texas A&M University, The Bush School of Government & Public Service Master of Public Policy Analysis in Energy, Environment, Science, & Technology Policy GPA: 3.75 / 4.0 Texas A&M University Bachelor of Science, Renewable Resources/Forest Science GPA: 3.51 / 4.0

College Station, TX May 2018 College Station, TX May 2015

RELEVANT COURSES  Transfer Pricing/Tax: International Transfer Pricing (Fall 2017)  Accounting: Financial Statement Analysis (Spring 2018)  Economics: Economic Analysis, Agricultural Economics, Principles of Microeconomics  Finance: Public Finance, Valuation (Spring 2018)  Quant/Methods: Quantitative Methods I & II, Business Math I  Other Relevant Courses: Energy Policy & Security EXPERIENCE Texas A&M University Office of Admissions College Station, TX Program Aide/ Data Analyst for the Undergraduate Admissions Processing Team Sept. 2016 – Present  Review and process freshman, graduate, transfer, and international applications to ensure applicants meet admissions criteria and standards  Calculate and assign GPA’s for international graduate applicants for consistency and standardization in the admissions evaluation process  Create spreadsheets to assess document processing in order to improve efficiency for the undergraduate admissions processing team Center for Water Security & Cooperation, Washington, D.C. Summer Research Intern for the policy and legal team June 2017– Sept. 2017  Drafted comments for the NAFTA and WOTUS renegotiations for the Federal Register and public hearings  Researched transboundary water issues in the San Diego/Tijuana area, primarily as they pertained to the export of U.S. water to Mexico  Researched water security definitions and indicators of water security for the center’s project on the water-energynational security nexus  Attended meetings at the WTO & Capitol Hill with members of the House of Representatives and various lobbying firms to discuss legislation and policy regarding water security  Contributed weekly blog posts on current hydrologic issues such as flooding, infrastructure, and water governance SKILLS AND AWARDS Technical Skills: Microsoft Office Suite, STATA, ArcGIS Honors and Awards: Bush School Scholar, 2015 Texas A&M University Undergraduate Teaching Assistant of the Year; Alpha Delta Pi Honor Society Activities: Alpha Delta Pi Alumnae Advisory, Ronald McDonald House Volunteer, Hurricane Harvey Rescue & Recovery Dispatch Interests: International trade policy, investment strategy and transfer pricing in energy related firms, traveling, cooking, boating, hiking, live music 6


YUYANG (PATRICK) CUI 607-240-3125 | patrickcui@tamu.edu | linkedin.com/in/patrickcui

Seeking: Full-Time EDUCATION Texas A&M University, Mays Business School Master of Science in Finance Honors: Stem-to-Stock Fellowship, MSF Scholarship, CFA Level I Candidate

Preferred Start Date: June 2018 College Station, TX May 2018

Binghamton University, State University of New York Binghamton, NY B.A. in Actuarial Science & B.S. in Economic Analysis May 2016 Honors: Honor Thesis: “The Impact of Urbanization and Political Turnovers on Local Environment”, Pi Mu Epsilon RELEVANT COURSE  Transfer Pricing/Tax: International Transfer Pricing  Accounting: Financial Accounting, Intermediate Accounting, Financial Reporting  Economics: Econometrics, International Trade, Environmental Economics, Urban Economics, Game Theory  Finance: Financial Analysis, Corporate Finance, Investments, Valuation & Financial Modeling  Quant/Methods: Probability, Financial Mathematics, Calculus, Linear Algebra EXPERIENCE CAP Barbell Inc. Houston, TX Property Manager February 2017 – June 2017  Managed real estate property portfolio spanning 7 states and valued at over $60 million by inspecting assets, reviewing financial reports, developing action plans and directing execution  Evaluated opportunities for new facility investments in different states and overseas  Supervised and finished 3 construction projects from beginning to end  Created new tax saving plans by consulting tax experts and CPAs on different depreciation calculation methods reducing company property tax by $500k annually  Coordinated with departmental directors and local managers in other states and acted as liaison CAP Barbell Inc. Houston, TX Investment Assistant August 2016 – February 2017  Researched different real estate markets to provide quantitative analysis reports for the Director of Management  Analyzed monthly financial reports, maximized earning by reducing $120k operating expense monthly  Tracked tenant’s inquiries, followed up with clients’ issues and with all legal proceedings ECON 160, Principles of Microeconomics, Binghamton University Binghamton, NY Teaching Assistant June 2015 – December 2015  Instructed 2 classes of 35 students, and led the classes to have top 2 exam scores among 6 classes  Improved teaching methods by introducing real-life examples to help students have a better understanding

Urban Realty LLC New York, NY Licensed Real Estate Salesperson May 2015 – October 2015  Earned top rental producer distinction in the second month of joining the team; promoted to team leader to instruct and supervise new trainees  Helped team to attract more perspective clients by generating more than 1,000 leads for other team members  Collaborated with landlords to ensure terms and conditions of all lease agreements were met SKILLS Technical Skills: Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, Macros/Visual Basic, R, SAS, EViews7 Languages: English (Fluent), Mandarin Chinese (Native) Activities: International Recruiting Advising Panel, Binghamton University – Vice Supervisor Office of Aging of Broome County - Assistant, Driver & Delivery Aggie Powerlifting - Member Certifications: Actuarial Exams: P/1 – Probability, FM/2 – Financial Mathematics Interests: Powerlifting, Boxing, Music, Traveling 7 


SHUO (RENESMEE) FENG 979-264-0413 | fengshuo0127@tamu.edu | linkedin.com/in/shuo-feng-a09519137/

Seeking: Full-time EDUCATION Texas A&M University Master of Science in Financial Econometrics GPA: 3.75 / 4.0 Capital University of Economics and Business Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration GPA: 3.4 / 4.0

Preferred Start Date: January 2018

College Station, Texas December 2017

Beijing, China July 2016

RELEVANT COURSES  Transfer Pricing/Tax: Transfer pricing, The Enterprise Tax Management and Tax-involved Risk  Accounting: Financial Statement Analysis, Accounting, Auditing, Cost Management, Intermediate Accounting  Economics: Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, Economic Forecasting, Financial Econometrics, Energy Market  Finance: Econometrics Analysis of Financial Data, Economics of Microfinance, Financial Management, Investment Banking  Other Business: Management of Multinational Company  Quant/Methods: Strategy Management, Probability and Mathematical Statistics, Statistics Analysis EXPERIENCE Transferpricing Group Budapest, Hungary Consulting Intern July 2017 – August 2017  Created weekly presentation about latest articles regarding European transfer pricing rules to allow the team to discuss and become familiar with latest changes in transfer pricing  Utilized Amadeaux Database to do a FAR analysis in 5 cases to understand companies’ characteristics for selecting transfer pricing methods  Completed the part of FAR analysis consulting report to increase skills in writing formal documentation  Collaborated with team members to make material difference adjustments to obtain better comparable data results PWC Beijing, China Auditing Intern October 2015 – April 2016  Collected the external and internal evidence by looking at the accounting voucher, and performing substantial tests  Performed compliance and substantial tests to evaluate the abilities of internal control and complete risk evaluation of auditing  Finalized work papers of Cash, AR, AP, Inventories, and Expense using PWC audit software and Excel  Checked and modified the audit report completing such tasks as recalculating and checking formulas in Excel, and editing writing errors SKILLS AND AWARDS Languages: Conversational Proficiency in English, Native in Chinese Technical Skills: Amadeaux Database, Capital IQ, TP Catalyst Certifications & Training: BEC, FAR parts of CPA test Activities: Economics Career Association-Assistant in Treasury Department, Aggie Research Project- Researching history and future of heavy air pollution industries Interests: Photography and adventure

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SHREYA GANDOTRA 979-739-8005 | sg081994@tamu.edu | linkedin.com/in/shreya-gandotra

Seeking: Full-Time EDUCATION Texas A&M University Master of Economics (Financial Econometrics Track)

Preferred Start Date: June 2018 College Station, Texas May 2018

University of Delhi Bachelor of Economics GPA: 3.96 / 4.0

Delhi, India June 2015

RELEVANT COURSES  Transfer Pricing/Tax: International Transfer Pricing  Accounting: Intermediate Accounting, Valuation  Economics: International Economics, Intermediate Microeconomics, Intermediate Macroeconomics  Finance: Financial Reporting and Analysis, Corporate Finance  Statistics/Econometrics: Statistical Methods in Economics, Mathematical Methods in Economics  Management: Management Theory and Practice, Information System for Managers EXPERIENCE Autodesk Inc. San Francisco, California Finance Intern – Tax and Treasury June 2017 – August 2017  Calculated the fair market value for multiple acquisition entities using discounted cash flow and relief from royalty methodologies for purposes of integrating the IP  Reviewed over 200 third party contracts for comparability under Section 482 principles to determine a range of royalty rates for purposes of Section 6662 documentation  Assisted with global transfer pricing documentation including segmented P&Ls, intercompany agreements, and comparable search parameters  Reviewed legal entity forecast to ensure accurate profit before tax including cross charges such as commissionaires, cost plus, royalties, R&D expense allocation, and intercompany financing transactions Texas A&M University College Station, Texas Research Assistant for Dr. Lorraine Eden, Transfer Pricing September 2016 – December 2016  Analyzed and predicted the outcomes of mergers and acquisitions of companies in the pharmaceutical industry; Used statistical tools including Excel and TP Catalyst to establish sensitivity of intercompany pricing strategies Perfect Accounting and Shared Services Private Limited Delhi, India CS Intern, Corporate Secretarial and Regulatory Department June 2014-July 2014  Conducted research in Corporate Governance to assist 5 clients in building a legal and institutional framework  Performed updates in accordance with amended Companies Act, 2013 Bays Securities Private Ltd. Delhi, India Intern December 2014 – January 2015  Analyzed technical trends of stock market and created 10-year market research analysis report of Financial Market SKILLS AND AWARDS Languages: Fluent in English and Hindi Technical Skills: Advanced Excel, Bloomberg Essentials, ktMINE, TP Catalyst, C/C++ Honors and Awards: Scholarship for Higher Education (2012) from The Ministry of Science and Technology, India Certifications & Training: Postgraduate Diploma in Banking and Financial Management 2015-16, Rethinking International Tax Law 2016- Leiden University (Coursera) Interests: Traveling, Reading, and Dancing 9


SYED HAMMAD HAIDER

979-739-4260 | haider1234@tamu.edu | linkedin.com/in/hammadhaiderus/

Seeking: Full-Time EDUCATION Texas A&M University, Mays Business School Master of Science in Finance Stem to Stocks Competitive Scholarship Institute of Business Administration Bachelor of Degree in Economics and Mathematics Honors: Inter University Basketball tournament champion, 2016

Preferred Start Date: May 2018 College Station, Texas May 2018 Karachi, Pakistan May 2017

RELEVANT COURSES  Transfer Pricing/Tax: International Transfer Pricing (Fall 2017)  Economics: International Trade, Applied Econometrics, Development Economics, Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, Financial Economics, Microeconomics of Public policy, Game theory  Finance: Financial Management, Corporate Finance, Investments (Fall 2017), Valuation (Fall 2017)  Quant/Methods: Time Series Modeling, Statistical Inference, Applied Probability, Operational Research EXPERIENCE Texas A&M University, Mays Business School College Station, Texas Graduate Research and Teaching Assistant September 2017 – Present • Analyze Professor Eden student’s data on Excel and support Professor Eden in the Transfer Pricing Course IBA Center for Business and Economic Research Karachi, Pakistan Research Assistant January 2017 – May 2017 • Researched labor force data for 30-year period to include in publication on Sindh Economy • Analyzed data using MS Excel resulting in optimization of research project Institute of Business Administration, IBA Karachi, Pakistan Teaching Assistant, Statistical Inference Course August 2016 – December 2016 • Conducted tutorial classes for 30+ students; improved students grade by providing extra tutorial hours and availability • Proctored quizzes and exams with professor; served as a resource to students with questions Institute of Business Administration, IBA

Team leader, Final Year Project • •

Karachi, Pakistan

May 2017– July 2017

Led team of three members conducting research on “Remittances and its impact on Pakistan economy” Prepared each member for presentation by questioning thesis details

IBA Media and Communication Society Karachi, Pakistan Executive Event Manager August 2015 – April 2016 • Led team of Marketing and Operations of 5 people. Marketed Media event called “T.I.M.E” to over 10 universities by presenting information sessions • Calculated the cost of operations and allocated the budget optimally to the team SKILLS AND AWARDS Languages: Fluent in English and Urdu Technical Skills: Financial Statement analysis, Eviews, SPSS, TP Catalyst (Fall 2017), ktMINE’s Royalty Rate Finder (Fall 2017), Thomas Reuters OneSource (Fall 2017), Bureau van Dijk’s Transfer Pricing Catalyst (Fall 2017), Standard and Poor’s Capital IQ (Fall 2017) Certifications & Training: 2018 CFA Level 2 candidate, Introduction to Corporate Finance from “coursera.org” offered by University of Pennsylvania, Excel Crash Course from Wall Street Prep Activities: Participated in PwC Challenge Case Competition in August,2017, Volunteer at The Citizens Foundation Interests: Wall Street Journal Daily news, Basketball, Soccer, Travel, Teaching 10


EDWARD HINNEH-BEDIAKO 512-412-9447 | edbek@tamu.edu Seeking: Full-Time and/or Internship EDUCATION Texas A&M University School Master of Economics in Financial Economics GPA: 3.42 / 4.0 University of Ghana Bachelor of Arts in Economics GPA: 3.33 / 4.0

Preferred Start Date: June 2018 College Station, TX December 2018

Accra, Ghana May 2004

RELEVANT COURSES  Transfer Pricing: International Transfer Pricing  Accounting: Principles of Accounting, Introductory Financial Accounting, Financial Statement Analysis, Corporate Taxation  Economics: Strategies for Multinational Firms, Finance in Developing Countries, Economic Forecasting, Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, Labor Economics, Cost Benefit Analysis, Agricultural Economics, Industrial Economics, Economic Development and Growth, Natural Resource Economics, Research Methodology  Finance: Financial Management, Investment Management  Statistics: Elements of Statistics, Applied Statistics for Economists, Statistical Methods  Econometrics: Econometrics, Advanced Econometrics, Econometrics for Agribusiness, Applied Econometric Methods in Agriculture  Quant/Methods: Applied Mathematics for Economists, Calculus, College Physics I, College Physics II  Other Relevant Courses: Speech, Interpersonal Communication, English Composition & Rhetoric, Life Span Psychology, Social Psychology, Sociology, Philosophy EXPERIENCE U.S. Navy Djibouti City, Djibouti Hospital Corpsman & Equipment Manager October 2015-May 2016  Coordinated patient services and supervised 25 service members in patient services  Reduced average wait times from 45 minutes to 25 minutes in 2 months  Managed inventory of medical equipment valued at $12.5 million  Placed orders for $2.5 million worth of hospital supplies and equipment for both medical and dental clinics Research Assistant College Station, Texas Research Assistant January 2012-March 2013  Gathered data from the websites of IMF, IBR&D and Central Banks of Ghana & Nigeria to run econometric models predicting future inflation rates for Ghana and Nigeria Ministry of Ports and Harbors Accra, Ghana Special Assistant to the Minister February 2005-May 2007  Assisted in developing stringent national policies for the passenger trains running between Accra and its environs, by designing new passenger tickets which blocked loopholes in revenue collection saving the Government of Ghana $15 million a month over 6 months SKILLS AND AWARDS Languages: Fluent in English and Akan Technical Skills: SPSS, MS Office Honors and Awards: Letter of Commendation, United States Navy (2016); Best Resident Advisor, Texas A&M University (2012); Exemplary Undergraduate Dissertation Award, University of Ghana (2004) Certifications & Training: Command Financial Counselor Certificate (2016), Studying for CFA level 1 (2017), U.S. Navy Advanced Training School Certificate (2014) Activities: 120 Volunteer Hours, Treasurer of the African Students Association of Texas A&M University Interests: Leadership, Running, Yoga, and Soccer

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OLIVIA KROG

214-796-7892 | ocathk1995@tamu.edu | linkedin.com/in/olivia-krog/

Seeking: Internship EDUCATION Texas A&M University Dual M.S./B.S. Economics (Fast Track Program) Master of Science in Economics – Financial Econometrics Bachelor of Science in Economics with Minor in Business Administration Undergraduate GPA: 3.2 / 4.0

Preferred Start Date: May 2018 College Station, Texas December 2018

RELEVANT COURSES  Transfer Pricing/Tax: International Transfer Pricing  Accounting: Managerial & Cost Accounting Principles, Introduction to Accounting  Economics: Economic Analytics, Foundations of Microeconomic Theory, Macro. Theory, Micro. Theory  Finance: Survey of Finance Principles, Public Finance, Money & Banking  Other Business: Survey of Management; Business, Government, and Society; Principles of Marketing  Quant/Methods: Introduction to Econometrics, Economic Data Analysis, Engineering Math I, Business Math I  Other Relevant Courses: Fundamentals of Information Systems, International Business, Public Speaking EXPERIENCE Texas Public Policy Foundation Austin, Texas Center for Economic Freedom Intern June 2017 – August 2017  Collaborated with the CEF and Research teams to conduct data analysis, and write and present reports on economic policy  Published Municipal Right of Way Fees report in The Houston Chronicle and additional publications  Distributed Property Rights and the Local Government Permitting Process report to the Texas Legislature in the 201718 Legislator’s Guide to the Issues: Special Session Edition  Created and delivered presentation to an audience of 30 experts on local governments’ management of the Municipal Right of Way International Business Study Abroad Program Europe Public Speaker, Student May 2017 – June 2017  Discussed corporate strategies to develop further understanding of the unique challenges and opportunities of international business with company leaders in the UK, France, Italy, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, and Monaco  Rendered presentation to an audience of 80 students, and composed a 64-page report analyzing 16 company models ConocoPhillips Bartlesville, Oklahoma Information Technology Intern (Global Change Management Analyst) May 2016 – August 2016  Implemented technical programming to upgrade software systems, analyzed global changes, and managed technology  Led global meetings for 70+ professionals, delivered 60-minute presentation Undergraduate Research Assistant Program College Station, Texas Undergraduate Research Assistant, Texas A&M Department of Economics August 2016 – December 2016  Assisted Graduate student to conduct research, collect data, edit report, and develop presentation SKILLS AND AWARDS Technical Skills: MS Office, HTML, HP Application Lifecycle Management, ServiceNow, SAS (Fall 2017), Thomson Reuters OneSource (Fall 2017), ktMINE (Fall 2017), Bureau van Dijk’s Transfer Pricing Catalyst (Fall 2017), and Standard and Poor’s Capital IQ Platform (Fall 2017) Honors and Awards: University Honors Fellow (2014), Texas A&M Public Speaking Contest Semifinalist (2015) Leadership & Activities: Kappa Alpha Theta, Texas A&M Student Senate, Econ-Aggies Career Association, Bryan Outreach, Reformed University Fellowship, Texas A&M Economics Society, College Republicans, The Big Event Interests: Advocating for people who do not have a voice to speak for themselves, philanthropic work, and outreach

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JEANNIE LAOCHALOENVANICH

512-850-1941 | Jeannie.lao07@gmail.com | linkedin.com/in/jeannie-laochaloenvanich-293908b4/

Seeking: Full-Time EDUCATION Texas A&M University, Bush School Master of Science Economics in Financial Economics

Preferred Start Date: January 2018 College Station, Texas December 2017

Mahidol International College Bachelor of Business Administration in Marketing

Bangkok, Thailand July 2014

Adelaide University – Exchange Student Bachelor of Business Administration in Marketing

Adelaide, Australia July 2012

RELEVANT COURSES  Transfer Pricing/Tax: International Transfer Pricing, Econ of Multinational Firms, International Trade Policy  Economics: Foundation of Macro and Microeconomic Theory, Behavior Financial Economic  Quant/Methods: Economic Forecasting, Program Evacuation, Economic Analytics EXPERIENCE ShearShare Phone Application Austin, TX Marketing & Product Analytics Intern June 2017-August 2017  Enhanced the company’s brand strategy by utilizing the company’s database and leveraging the integrated analytical tools to derive ShearShare’s consumer trends  Increased and transformed prospect users into active users by 100 paid-stylist and 30 new hosts monthly ShearShare Phone Application Austin, TX Digital Marketing Intern June 2016-August 2016  Collected and evaluated users’ relevant information including the patterns of the requested cities across different states based on the ShearShare’s database  Derived ultimate marketing tools by increasing 40% weekly reach and impression across social media platforms APEX System with Apple INC Austin, TX POI Data Analyst June 2015– May 2016  Collaborated as a team in handling the large-scale data projects concentrating 80% on Southeast Asian region and 20% USA  Performed the critical researches, edited, and filtered the data to ensure the overall quality of the data  Validated projects from 5 various primary vendors’ data and their given information Mineteraction Bangkok, Thailand Digital Trading Department June 2014– August 2014  Provided quality advertising campaigns for the clients by having an in-depth understanding of the client’s brand concept  Analyzed the performance of different campaigns through click- through rate (CTR) and impressions to meet at least 90% according to the objective at given timeline SKILLS AND AWARDS Languages: Fluent in English and Thai; Conversational Proficiency in Mandarin Technical Skills: R, STATA, SAS, MySQL, Python, HTML and CSS Honors and Awards: Semi-Finalist in “The Challenger” Business Case Competition Activities: Thai Volunteer Organization, Asia Pacific Association for International Education Conference, Red Cross Flood in Bangkok Golf Team-Hendrickson Hawk Girls Interest: I am intrigued in a role that will not only utilize my analytical skills, but also hone my creative skills in solving problems 13


YUNQI (AUDREY) LIU 979-402-7106| audreyliu201@gmail.com | linkedin.com/in/audreyliu201

Seeking: Full-Time and Internship

Preferred Start Date: Dec 2017 Internship, May 2018 Full time

EDUCATION Texas A&M University, Bush School Master of Science in Financial Econometrics GPA: 3.8 / 4.0

College Station, Texas May 2018

Southwestern University of Finance and Economics Bachelor of Science in Insurance (Financial Accounting) GPA: 3.5 / 5.0

Chengdu, China June 2016

RELEVANT COURSES  Transfer Pricing/Tax: International Transfer Pricing, Chinese Tax law, International Tax law  Accounting: Financial Statement Analysis, Intermediate accounting, Auditing, Insurance accounting  Economics: Microeconomic, Macroeconomic, Economics of Multinational Firms  Finance: Valuation, Investment Bank, Investment Theory, Corporate Finance, Insurance  Other Business: International Business Policy, Business Model, Cyber Marketing, Entrepreneurship  Quant/Methods: Financial Econometrics II, Economic Analysis, Economic Forecasting EXPERIENCE Transfer Pricing Group Budapest, Hungary Transfer Pricing Intern August 2017– August 2017  Gained deep insights in intercompany transaction cases under OECD guidelines, Hungarian regulations & IRC 482  Researched the development of transfer pricing and created presentations by collaborating with a team on Transfer Pricing literature covering topics such as intra group financing, permanent establishments, and TP court cases  Conducted function, asset and risk analysis with senior tax experts to prepare business restructuring report for a client based on the implementation of relative OECD guidelines PahRoo Appraisal & Consultancy Chicago, IL Market Analysis & Computational Pricing Intern June 2017– July 2017  Developed statistical models to forecast future market prices and trends; created graphs and charts of Chicago housing dataset for improved readability and understanding  Participated in the origination and execution of appraisals, beginning with communication with the clients followed by onsite appraisal as well as delivery of the final appraisal report  Created alternative investment and appraisal materials for social media campaigns covering topics such as real estate investment strategies, capital markets activities and general appraisal research Philip Capital Sydney, Australia Summer Investment Analyst June 2014– August 2014  Reviewed investment manager strategy, style and performance on both a quantitative and qualitative basis  Supported Portfolio Managers to define investment objectives, construct portfolios and allocate assets  Employed a holistic and diversified wealth management approach, including conducting in-depth financial analysis to assist senior financial advisors in providing customized investment strategies for high-net-worth individuals SKILLS AND AWARDS Languages: Fluent in English and Chinese Technical Skills: Advanced Excel including Pivot tables and VBA, Advanced SAS including macro and SQL, R, Tableau, MATLAB (Fall 17), Python (Fall 17), Amadeus, ktMINE, S&P Capital IQ, OneSource, TP Catalyst, fDi Markets Honors and Awards: Dean’s List and First-tier Academic Scholarship SWUFE, Competitive Scholarships TAMU Certifications: CFA Level II Candidate, AICPA Exam Candidate, Chinese Lawyer Qualification, SAS Advanced Activities: Third place winner of National Digital Marketing Competition (May 2014); Team leader of National Speech & Debate Competition (May 2013) Interests: Road trips, Movies, Painting and Yoga

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SYED HAZIQ MASOOD

979-900-4912 | haziqmasood900@gmail.com | linkedin.com/in/shmaggie

Seeking: Full-Time EDUCATION Texas A&M University, Bush School of Government and Public Service Master of Public Service and Administration in Transfer Pricing GPA: 3.75 / 4.0 Lahore School of Economics Bachelor of Science in Economics and Finance GPA: 3.6 / 4.0

Preferred Start Date: June 2017 College Station, Texas May 2018

Lahore, Pakistan April 2014

RELEVANT COURSES  Transfer Pricing/Tax: International Transfer Pricing  Accounting: Financial Accounting, Financial Statement Analysis  Economics: Development and Growth Economics, Monetary Economics, Resource Economics, Mathematical Economics I & II, Economic and Financial Analysis of Projects, Macroeconomics I & II, Microeconomics I & II  Finance: Financial Management, Investments, Public Finance, Financial Institutions and Markets, Risk Management  Quant/Methods: Econometrics, Quantitative Methods, Statistics, Econometrics I & II, Time Series Analysis and Forecasting, Research Methods EXPERIENCE United Nations Association of Spain Barcelona, Spain Secretary General June 2016 – June 2017  Interviewed and recruited Under-Secretary Generals and Chairpersons from different parts of the world, making it Europe’s most diverse and Spain’s largest Model UN conference  Signed over 20 partnerships with world’s leading Model UN conferences, building international connections in 15 different countries  Headed a 150% increase in the number of delegates and a 100% increase in the revenue generated from last year’s conference Exponento Lahore, Pakistan Research Analyst August 2014 – August 2015  Headed research for Conversion Rate Optimization (CRO) software, TruConversion  Increased lead generation by a factor of 5  Drafted sales funnels leading to 30% more sales per quarter  Managed feedback from international Beta users, eventually turning them into permanent customers  Successfully led SCRUM trainings for newly hired staff leading to higher productivity Pakistan Crescent Youth Organization Lahore, Pakistan Social Entrepreneur, Intern July 2013 – September 2013  Led a team of 20 people to raise over 500,000 PKR for a cancer-diagnosed family in two months  Worked with smaller teams, identified potential donors, and collected donations SKILLS AND AWARDS Languages: Fluent in English, Urdu and Hindi Technical Skills: STATA, StatsGraphics, Minitab, Pardot, KtMINE, ONESOURCE, Salesforce Honors and Awards: Bush School Graduate Assistant Researcher, 08/17 – 05/18 | Lahore School of Economics Merit Scholarship, 08/10 – 04/14 | International Chairperson, Model United Nations (Montreal 11/17, Maastricht 05/16, Barcelona 04/16, Seville 04/16, Rome 10/15, Utrecht 02/15) Activities: General Secretary, Pakistan Students Association at Texas A&M; Program Officer, Diversity and Inclusion committee at Bush School Interests: International Public Speaking, Data Analysis, Copywriting, Research, Crisis Management, and Negotiation 15


Afam Meka 832-719-2300 | ac-meka@outlook.com | linkedin.com/in/afam-meka-572bb1130

Seeking: Full-Time EDUCATION Texas A&M University Master of Science in Economics GPA: 3.6 / 4.0 Texas A&M University Bachelor of Science in Economics GPA: 3.4 / 4.0

Preferred Start Date: December 2017

College Station, TX December 2017

College Station, TX August 2017

RELEVANT COURSES  Transfer Pricing/Tax: International Transfer Pricing  Accounting: Financial and Managerial Accounting  Economics: Financial Econometrics, Economic Analysis, Economic Analytics, Economic Data Analysis, Economic Forecasting, Behavioral Finance, Money and Banking, Micro Finance, Micro and Macro Economics, Economic Development  Finance: Survey of Finance, Public Finance  Other Relevant Courses: Technical and Creative Writing EXPERIENCE Computershare Fund Service College Station, TX Assistant Team Leader-Toplist Analyst February 2016 – Present  Created and managed spreadsheets used to track employee development and infractions  Assisted in training of new employees for specialized tasks for the clients  Refined accountability for individual results and productivity which raised the overall close ration by 10% Ruffalo Noel Levitz College Station, TX Fundraiser August 2015 – February 2016  Built and maintained long-lasting relationships with former students and helped re-establish alumni-university ties by reaching out to former students and updating them on recent changes  Raised over $25,000 in funds for the Texas A&M association of former students  Contributed to raising over $2,000,000 in funds for the Century Club scholarship by reaching out to former students for pledges and donations  Interacted with alumni and persuaded over 40% to pledge a donation to the association of former students  Developed cross-cultural communication, interpersonal, and problem-solving skills needed to convince alumni to give back to the university Barnes & Noble College Station, TX Barista November 2014 – August 2015  Responded to customer inquiries and prepared drinks and pastries to their preference  Organized and completed daily inventory of ingredients, pastries, and materials  Took initiative to create a more productive method of tracking inventory by organizing and grouping items efficiently SKILLS AND AWARDS Languages: Fluent in English and Igbo Technical Skills: SAS, STATA, R, SQL, HTML, Microsoft Office Honors and Awards: Dean’s List 2014, President’s List 2014, Texas Aggie Scholarship 2014, Houston A&M Club Top Kick Scholarship 2014, AFS Junior College Scholarship 2015 Activities: Sophomores Leading and Motivating, 2015; Delta Sigma Pi Business Fraternity, 2013-present Interests: Data analytics, financial and economic news, transfer pricing, and experimental economics Activities: Biking, hiking, cooking, and golfing 16


RUBEN MENDOZA 281-851-2857 | rcm585@tamu.edu | linkedin.com/in/ruben-mendoza

Seeking: Internship

Preferred Start Date: May, 2018

EDUCATION Texas A&M University Doctorate of Philosophy in Petroleum Engineering Master of International Affairs – Concentration: Transfer Pricing Master of Science in Petroleum Engineering Overall GPA: 3.4 / 4.0 Degree Plan GPA: 4.0/4.0 The University of Texas at Austin Bachelor of Arts in Physics Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering Overall GPA: 3.2/ 4.0

Major GPA: 4.0/4.0 Major GPA: 4.0/4.0

College Station, TX May, 2019 May, 2019 May, 2019 Austin, TX August, 2015 May, 2012

Major GPA: 3.23/4.0 Major GPA: 3.17/4.0

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International Transfer Pricing International Trade Policy International Global Economy Accounting: Financial Statement Analysis

EXPERIENCE Schlumberger Well Services Field Engineer

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New Orleans, LA May 2010 – August 2010

Houston, TX May 2009 – August 2009

Implemented a nationwide crude supply scheduling and optimization program by building on the previous summer’s project and expanding the economic models to all U.S. Shell refineries Constructed metadata Excel models that track plant and model changes in refinery units and predict their economic performance

Shell Oil Product US Deer Park Refinery Project Engineering Intern

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Baku, Azerbaijan October 2012 – January 2014

Developed client interface skills by working with various Gulf of Mexico Assets to produce an IT strategy and technical application to integrate well and reservoir data that was focused on sustainable Well and Reservoir Management (WRM) Assisted with planning and scheduling well production work orders such as coiled tubing, perforation, and completion jobs

Shell Oil Product US Refinery Planning and Modeling Engineering Intern 

Deterministic Reserves Probabilistic Reserves Exploration and Production Evaluation Petroleum Development and Strategy

Designed cement slurries to meet complex technical specifications of BP Deep Water wells including casing, liner and plug cementing operations ranging from $30,000 to $400,000 Designed and implemented sand control and coiled tubing operations in the Azeri Chirag-Gunashli Oilfield Directed 50+ international teams to complete cementing, sand control, coiled tubing operations, and DLT pack job programs in the Azeri Chirag-Gunashli Oilfield Designed analytical databases to standardize operational saving an estimated $10,000 Generated streamlined client invoice and payment operation systems resulting in quicker payment turnarounds

Shell Exploration and Production Company Production Engineering Intern 

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Deer Park, TX May 2008 – August 2008

Created a steam efficiency process plan to reduce energy costs resulting in an intended savings of $200,000 Identified inefficiencies with crude supply scheduling and devised supply optimization integrating economic models from Aspen Pims and physical data from Raddical Insight to provide more effective business planning and economic decisions

SKILLS AND AWARDS Languages: Fluent in Spanish, Portuguese; Conversational Proficiency in Russian and Italian Technical Skills: Palisade Decision Tools Suite, Stata, RStudio, Python, Microsoft Office Products, Thomson Reuters OneSource, ktMINE’s Royalty Rate, BVD Transfer Pricing Catalyst Honors and Awards: Bush School HEEP/ SEED Fellowship 2016-2017; Aggie Graduate Grant 2016 – 2017; Harold Vance Department of Petroleum Engineering Graduate Fellowship 2016 Certifications & Training: Business Foundations Certificate-McCombs Texas Business Foundations Summer Institute; Accenture Leadership Series Activities: President and Founder of Society of Petroleum Resource Economists – TAMU, 2017; Member of Pi Epsilon Tau – Petroleum Engineering Honors Society – TAMU, 2016 Interests: Cycling, Weightlifting, Cooking, Traveling, and Photography 17


VAISHALI PANDEY 512-566-2213 | vaishali28@tamu.edu | linkedin.com/in/vaishali-pandey

Seeking: Full Time/Internship EDUCATION Texas A&M University, Mays Business School Master of Science in Finance University of Delhi Bachelor of Arts in Economics GPA: 3.96/ 4.0

Preferred Start Date: June 2018 College Station, Texas May 2018 Delhi, India June 2016

RELEVANT COURSES  Transfer Pricing/Tax: International Transfer pricing (Fall 2017)  Accounting: Intermediate Accounting (Fall 2017)  Economics: Intermediate Macroeconomics, Intermediate Microeconomics, International Economics, Public Economics, Political Economics , Money and Financial Markets  Finance: Investments (Fall 2017), Valuation (Fall 2017), Corporate Finance, Financial Analysis Practicum  Quant/Methods: Statistical Methods for Economics, Mathematical Methods for Economics, Introductory Econometrics EXPERIENCE

Texas A&M University, Mays Business School College Station, Texas Graduate Teaching Assistantship September 2017 - Present  Facilitate graduate and under-graduate level course: Advanced Investments  Structure projects and case studies for over 130 students and assist Professor in grading Nepal National Social Welfare Organization Kanchanpur, Nepal Volunteer July - September 2016  Managed the Poverty Alleviation Project developing strategic plans and annual objectives to aid the under 

privileged in starting their own business Allocated financial resources from World Bank and managed group of 15 people in their local startup; helped develop bookkeeping systems, determine initial capital required and processed paperwork to obtain funding Audited and evaluated finances of residents in developing villages to determine eligibility for funding

The Saviors New Delhi, India Intern September - October 2015  Organized blood donation camps across New Delhi catering to a population of over 1 million  Evaluated organization’s operational costs and forecasted capital funding for future events  Conducted 4 workshops and launched awareness sessions across the city educating the population on benefits of blood donation SKILLS AND AWARDS Languages: Fluent in English, Hindi and Nepali Technical Skills: ktMINE (Fall 2017), TP Catalyst (Fall 2017), Capital IQ Platform (Fall 2017), OneSource (Fall 2017), STATA, E-Views, Advanced Excel Honors and Awards: Competitive Graduate Scholarship, General Proficiency Certificate in school (2012) Activities: Gold Medal in National Level Thai kick boxing (India), Member of Western Dance Society of College (India) Interests: Dancing, Sports and Traveling

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VIVEKVARMA SAGI 979-739-1986 | vivekvarmasagi@tamu.edu | linkedin.com/in/vivekvarmasagi

Seeking: Full-Time

Preferred Start Date: January 2018

EDUCATION Texas A&M University Master of Science in Economics Master of Science in Finance

GPA: 3.73 / 4.0 GPA: 3.81 / 4.0

College Station, Texas December 2017 May 2016

Vishwakarma Institute of Technology Bachelor of Technology in Electrical Engineering

GPA: 3.93 / 4.0

Pune, India May 2012

RELEVANT COURSES  Transfer Pricing/ International Business: International Transfer Pricing, International Business Policy  Economics: Economics of Multinational Firms, Micro-Economics, Macro-Economics  Finance/Accounting: Corporate Finance, Financial Modeling, Valuation, Investments, Financial Accounting  Quant/Statistics: Financial Econometrics, Economic Analytics, Economic Forecasting, Advanced Quality Control EXPERIENCE Transfer Pricing Associates Amsterdam, Netherlands Summer Intern May 2017 – August 2017  Optimized the use of information in ERP systems and administered a VCA (Value chain analysis) in real time  Modeled techniques in forensic accounting and economics, together with data analytics to bridge the “complianceenforcement” gap towards reducing the number of transfer pricing related audits for clients  Valued part of an exhaustive process technology related patent and trademark valuation exercise for an industrial engineering multinational (revenue upwards of 3 billion) centralizing its intangible assets  Benchmarked transactions according to OECD guidelines to arrive at an arm’s length transfer price  Prepared documentation (local and master files) as per the OECD BEPS Action 13 for global compliance  Edited new in-house transfer pricing study material being published for corporate training events Transfer Pricing Group Hungary Budapest, Hungary Summer Intern June 2016 – July 2016  Studied current state and future confluence of TP documentation requirements in Central and East European countries with OECD guidelines for internship project  Presented case studies on TP and tax literature to improve staff’s technical knowledge  Applied the concept of Arm’s length principle through internal training discussions on TP dispute and resolution Wipro Technologies Bangalore, India Project Engineer March 2013 – July 2014  Utilized knowledge of embedded systems programming to develop an in-vehicle infotainment platform that analyzed vehicle data and made recommendations to driver on improving driving efficiency  Simulated testing process involving 1500 inputs using MATLAB to cut down developer’s verification time by 90% SKILLS AND AWARDS Certifications: CFA Level III Candidate Languages: Fluent in English, Hindi, Marathi and Telugu. Basic proficiency in French, Dutch and Kannada. Technical Skills: Advanced MS Excel, Bureau van Dijk’s Amadeus, ktMINE, C, C++, R, Python and MATLAB Honors and Awards: Graduated top of the MSF Class of 2016, Merit-based Graduate Scholarship (2015-2017), MSF Fellowship, Ranked 19th at the US Collegiate National Table Tennis Championship, Employee of the month (Project Engineering Services, November 2013, Wipro Technologies) Activities: Captain of Texas A&M Table Tennis team, Event coordinator at EACA (Econ-Aggies Career Association), Toastmasters International, MBA Finance Club Interests: table tennis, long distance running, Texas A&M football, F1 racing

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CAROLINE SCHAD 979-308-6636 | caro.schad@arcor.de | linkedin.com/in/carolineschad

Seeking: Internship (International) and/or Full Time (EU) EDUCATION Texas A&M University, Mays Business School Graduate Exchange Student Eberhard Karls University Tuebingen Master of Science in General Management University of Hohenheim Bachelor of Science in Economics and Business Administration University of Oregon, Lundquist College of Business Undergraduate Exchange Student

Preferred Start Date: Summer 2018 College Station, TX August 2017 – December 2017 Tuebingen, Germany May 2018 Stuttgart, Germany June 2015 Eugene, OR September 2013 - June 2014

RELEVANT COURSES  Transfer Pricing/Tax: International Transfer Pricing (Fall 2017), International Business Taxation  Accounting: Advanced Accounting, Valuation, Managerial Accounting and Cost Analysis, Master Seminar in Managerial Accounting, Accounting Ethics (Fall 2017)  Economics: Markets and Economic Decisions, Income, Employment and Inflation, Imperfect Competition and Strategic Interaction, Monetary Policy, Market Failure and the State  Finance: International Finance (Fall 2017), Financial Statement Analysis, Master Seminar in Financial Reporting and Risk Management  Other Business: Managing Across Cultures, International Business Research, International Business and Economics I & II, Internal Management I & II  Quant/Methods: Quantitative Methods I, II & III EXPERIENCE Eisenmann SE Boeblingen, Germany Working Student, Subsidiary Controlling May 2017 – July 2017  Reviewed the plausibility of the monthly statements of the US, Mexico, UK and 3 other international subsidiaries and assisted with the preparation of the monthly management reports ProSiebenSat.1 Media SE Munich, Germany Intern, Corporate Controlling July 2016 – September 2016  Prepared the monthly and quarterly group management reports for the CFO to analyze the business units for financial soundness, including the performance of independent variance analyses (planned/actual data)  Developed and adjusted reports for the analysis of the profit and loss account and cash flow using Microsoft Excel EY Stuttgart, Germany Intern, Audit January 2016 – February 2016  Audited annual financial statements to ensure compliance with German GAAP/IFRS of over 10 corporate subsidiaries, which included the audit of various income statement items and balance sheet items such as cash and cash equivalents and accounts receivables/payables  Contributed to the preparation of the audit report and created internal memos to provide managers a brief summary with key facts to efficiently review the financial data SKILLS AND AWARDS Languages: English (Fluent), German (Native), French (Beginner) Technical Skills: MS Office, SAP R/3 – FI/CO, ktMINE (Fall 2017), TP Catalyst (Fall 2017) Honors and Awards: Dean’s List University of Hohenheim Winter Semester 2014/15, e-fellows.net Scholarship, Careerloft online Scholarship Activities: International Business Association (Fall 2017), International Student Mentor (Spring 2017), Private Language Tutor, Assistant Tennis Coach, Tennis Line Umpire Interests: Tennis, Skiing, and Traveling 20


KEVIN MATTHEW SPRAGUE

760-889-5566 | kmsprague89@gmail.com | linkedin.com/in/kevin-sprague

Seeking: Full Time

Preferred Start Date: May 2018

EDUCATION Texas A&M University, The Bush School of Government and Public Service Master of Public Service and Administration in Energy, Environment, and Technology Policy GPA: 3.89 / 4.0 Texas A&M University Bachelor of Science, Economics GPA: 3.35 / 4.0

College Station, TX May 2018 College Station, TX May 2016

RELEVANT COURSES  Transfer Pricing/Tax: International Transfer Pricing  Quant/Methods: Econometrics, Quantitative Analysis  Economics: Microeconomic Theory, Microeconomic Theory, Experimental Economics, Money and Banking, Economics of Education, Labor Economics, Economic Development, Economic Analysis, Contemporary Economic Issues  Accounting: Financial Accounting, Managerial Accounting  Other Business: Business Law, Legal Environment of Business  Other Relevant Courses: Program Evaluation, Business Information Systems, Public Management, Budgeting EXPERIENCE Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Washington, D.C. Legislative Intern – Office of Senator Rand Paul June 2017 – August 2017  Researched legislative issues and synthesized information into briefs consistent with the Senator’s positions  Attended and reported on various Senate and House of Representatives committee hearings, including Judiciary, Foreign Relations, and Finance  Researched and provided recommendations on amendments to the 2017 National Defense Authorization Act  Provided oversight of government grant and contract requests using multiple information platforms  Coordinated with various Senator’s personnel to host several Senatorial events  Assisted the Senator and his staff with daily tasks and operations The United States Marine Corps Camp Pendleton, CA Sergeant August 2008 – August 2012  Conducted combat operations in Afghanistan as the assistant squad leader for 11 Marines resulting in the safe return of all gear and personnel  Maintained accountability and ensured proper maintenance of all unit gear  Assisted in operations planning and briefing/debriefing of key personnel  Ensured proper unit readiness through the scheduling and coordination of training events for subordinate units  Regularly produced unit readiness reports that included the handling and utilization of classified materials  Prepared and presented operations reports to unit leadership SKILLS AND AWARDS Technical Skills: STATA, Microsoft Office, QuickBooks, Thomas Reuters OneSource (Fall 2017), ktMINE’s Royalty Rate Finder (Fall 2017), Bureau van Dijk’s Transfer Pricing Catalyst (Fall 2017), Standard and Poor’s Capital IQ (Fall 2017) Honors and Awards: Sally and James A. Moseley ’57 Fellowship (2017), Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal (2012) Activities: Student Veterans Association, Graduate and Professional Student Council, Hurricane Harvey Recovery Boat Dispatch Interests: Snowboarding, traveling, drag racing, and debating

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ANDREA TALERO

361 902 0086 | andre@talerob.pro | linkedin.com/in/andreatalero/

Seeking: Internship

Preferred Start Date: June 2018

EDUCATION Texas A&M University, The Bush School of Government and Public Service Master of International Affairs Track: International Development and Economic Policy Universidad del Rosario Post-Bachelor Degree of Project Evaluation and Development GPA: 3.54 / 4.0 Universidad del Rosario Bachelor of Arts in International Business Administration GPA: 3.66 / 4.0

College Station, TX Aug 2017 – May 2019 Bogotá, Colombia Aug 2016 – Aug 2017 Bogotá, Colombia Feb 2008 – Oct 2014

RELEVANT COURSES  Transfer Pricing/Tax: Transfer Pricing (Fall 2017), International Trade  Accounting: Financial Accounting  Economics: Principles of Microeconomics, Macroeconomics I  Finance: Financial Mathematics, International Finances for Business, Corporate Finance in Excel  Other Business: International Business and the Organization, Management of International Business  Quant/Methods: Quantitative Methods I (Fall 2017), Inferential Statistics EXPERIENCE Davivienda Bank Bogotá, Colombia Market & Liquidity Risk Professional Sep 2014 – Sep 2016  Developed daily, weekly and monthly mandatory reports for Colombia’s financial supervisor  Analyzed financial data and generated monthly reports for the Asset/Liability Committee (ALCO)  Calculated and analyzed the Bank’s liquidity Coverage Ratio and Net Stable Funding Ratio, which allowed the Directors of the Risk Department to take funding strategic decisions  Systematized the calculation of risk indicators, creating risk management tools by programming in Visual Basic Davivienda Bank Bogotá, Colombia Mortgage Product Developing Division Jan 2014 – Aug 2014  Contributed to the development and optimization of mortgage strategies and products by leading research inside the company and developing benchmarks from competitors’ products  Conducted research into, and analysis of, Davivienda Bank’s 2013 National Housing Fair including creation, objectives, participation of different bank departments, implementation, results and lessons learned HONORS AND AWARDS  Ansary Fellowship, The Bush School of Government & Public Service, 2017  Saber Pro Scholarship (100% tuition Post BA Degree), Universidad del Rosario, 2016  Excellent Student Distinction (BA), Universidad del Rosario, 2014  Bachelor Degree Scholarship, Universidad del Rosario, 2014  Silver Medal XVII Taekwon-Do ITF World Championships, 2011

College Station, TX Bogotá, Colombia Bogotá, Colombia Bogotá, Colombia Wellington, New Zealand

SKILLS Languages: Native in Spanish, Fluent in English, Reading Proficiency in French Technical Skills: Stata, TP Software Skills, MS Office (Advanced Excel) Certifications & Training: Middle Office Certification, AMV (Colombian Securities Market Self-Regulator Corp.) Activities: Movilizatorio Volunteer (Lab for civic engagement in Colombia) Interests: Training Taekwon-Do (II DAN Black Belt) and dancing

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JOSEPH CANNON TATE 254-652-4607 | cannontate5@tamu.edu | linkedin.com/in/josephctate

Seeking: Internship

Preferred Start Date: June 2018

EDUCATION Selected for Intensive 5-Year program which grants Master’s and Bachelor’s Degrees simultaneously Texas A&M University, Bush School of Government Master of Public Service and Administration in Public Policy Analysis

College Station, Texas May 2019

Bachelor of Science in Economics

College Station, Texas May 2019

RELEVANT COURSES  Transfer Pricing/Tax: International Transfer Pricing (Fall 2017)  Accounting: Financial Accounting, Managerial Accounting  Economics: Foundations of Microeconomics, Foundations of Macroeconomics, Microeconomic Theory, Macroeconomic Theory, Public Finance, International Trade Policy, Game Theory & Economic Behavior, Microfinance Economics, Economic Analysis (Fall 2017) Quant/Methods: Econometrics

EXPERIENCE The String and Horn Shop Bryan, Texas Sales Associate – Woodwind Specialist July 2016-Present  Chosen to work with challenging clients, and have a 100% positive reconciliation rate  Analyzed sales data and surveyed store inventory to make recommendations for store purchases  Consulted with clients and analyzed their situations to determine what type/brand of instruments and accessories would best suit their needs  Promoted to Woodwind Specialist from a sales associate after continually proving and expanding knowledge of woodwind instruments  Selected to take on more responsibility, such as making house-calls to important school clients and other managerial tasks Republican Party of Brazos County Bryan, Texas Intern January 2016-Present  Studied precinct chairs’ reactions during executive and leadership committee meetings to identify anyone that wasn’t receptive to, or needed more information about a particular topic  Maintained discretion when dealing with sensitive topics  Fostered relationships with key members of the local party and elected officials SKILLS AND AWARDS Technical Skills: OneSource, ktMINE, Catalyst, Stata, Microsoft Office Certifications & Training: Intro Stata Certification Activities: College Republicans, Hullabaloo Athletic Band, Texas A&M Concert Band, Meals on Wheels, Working for Christ Volunteer Group, First Christian Church of Marlin, Texas (Board Member) Interests: All levels of politics, Byzantine and World War 2 History, Microfinance

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GANDHALI VAIDYA 979-985-8741 | gdv6494@gmail.com | linkedin.com/in/gandhali-vaidya Seeking: Full-Time EDUCATION Texas A&M University Masters of Science in Economics – Financial Econometrics GPA: 3.67 / 4.0

Preferred Start Date: May 2018 College Station, Texas May 2018

University of Mumbai Masters of Arts in Economics GPA: 3.2 / 4.0

Mumbai, Maharashtra, India June 2016

University of Mumbai, D.G. Ruparel College Bachelor of Arts in Economics GPA: 3.7 / 4.0

Mumbai, Maharashtra, India May 2014

RELEVANT COURSES  Transfer Pricing/Tax: International Transfer Pricing, International Tax Law (Fall 2017)  Economics: Microeconomics, Macro Economics, Public Economics, Advanced Economic Theory, Labor Economics,  Finance: Financial Economics, Financial Derivatives, Corporate Finance, Financial Econometrics, Investment Management  Quant/Methods: Mathematics for Economists, Math & Statistics  Other Relevant Courses: Econometrics, Econometric Forecasting, Economic Analytics, Industrial Economics EXPERIENCE Texas A&M University College Station, Texas College Station, Texas Graduate Teaching Assistant January 2017 - Current  Taught course materials and conducted discussion sessions twice a week for Principles of Microeconomics  Analyzed needs of over 500 students and assisted them with their weekly assignments which improved their class performance thereby raising their grades  Answered questions pertaining to the understanding of the concepts and the material that the class covers Texas A&M University College Station, Texas Tutoring Lab Assistant January 2017 - Current  Conducted weekly tutorial labs for 55 undergraduate Economics students  Developed students to be more efficient and successful by helping them understand their course material and concepts University of Mumbai, D.G. Ruparel College Mumbai, India Event Head and Department Head, June 2012 – April 2014  Organized events for an Economics Festival including designing the outline of the event to its specific format; created unique discussion topics and questions  Coordinated logistics including assisting participants and the judges to the venue of the event making the festival a huge success than the previous years SKILLS AND AWARDS Technical Skills: TP Catalyst, ktMINE, Capital IQ, Thomson Reuters OneSource Honors and Awards: Merit Scholarship 2016 & 2017, Texas A&M University; Graduate Scholarship, 2014-2016, University of Mumbai Certifications & Training: SAS Base Programming for SAS 9 Activities: Econ Aggies Career Organization (EACA), Certified note-taker, Economica - Department of Economics, Mumbai Interests: Cooking, Mentoring and Travelling 24


BENJAMIN VINSON 210-422-6659 | bmv4140@tamu.edu | linkedin.com/in/benjamin-vinson-23474a14a/

Seeking: Internship

Preferred Start Date: May 2018

EDUCATION Texas A&M University, Bush School of Government and Public Service Master of International Affairs GPA: 3.7/ 4.0 Texas A&M University Bachelor of Arts in Economics GPA: 3.7/ 4.0

College Station, TX May 2019 College Station, TX August 2016

RELEVANT COURSES  Transfer Pricing/Tax: International Transfer Pricing  Accounting: Survey of Accounting Principles  Economics: Financial Economics, Economic Development, International Trade Policy, Experimental Economics  Quant/Methods: Quantitative Methods for Public Management, Economic Data Analysis, Business Math  Other Relevant Courses: Game Theoretic Methods EXPERIENCE Reynolds & Reynolds College Station, TX Mainframe Support Technician January 2017 - June 2017  Aided in trouble-shooting and repair of customer mainframes; spoke on the phone with customers and field engineers to determine what was wrong with their server and then take steps to repair it  Tested monthly operating system updates on in house systems before being sent to customers to ensure they would not interfere with the customers conducting business  Helped image hard drives being put onto customer systems  Repaired in house servers and PCs as needed including replacing hardware that was malfunctioning Berkeley Research Group College Station, TX Intern May 2016 – November 2016  Programed spreadsheets in Excel, and audited the spreadsheets of other experts at the company to ensure quality of data being used  Used library databases to find academic articles and journals that were needed by other experts at the firm for research  Added content and citations to reports that were used in legal proceedings by the client  Performed market and industry research to better understand the client and industry that was in need of our consulting services SKILLS AND AWARDS Languages: Conversational Proficiency in Russian, German Technical Skills: Excel, Word, STATA, PC assembly Honors and Awards: Eagle Scout, Member of Dobro Slovo Slavic Honor Society Activities: Part time student athlete mentor Interests: Finance, International Tax, and Valuation

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NICOLE WHITE

281-253-9946 | nrwhite24@gmail.com | linkedin.com/in/nicolewhite2018

Seeking: Full-Time

Preferred Start Date: May 2018

EDUCATION Texas A&M University, College of Liberal Arts Master of Science in Financial Economics GPA: 3.5 / 4.0 Texas A&M University Bachelor of Science in Economics GPA: 3.5 / 4.0

College Station, TX May 2018 College Station, TX May 2018

RELEVANT COURSES  Transfer Pricing/Tax: Intl Transfer Pricing  Accounting: Intro Accounting, Managerial & Cost Accounting Principles  Economics: Economic Data Analysis, Economic Analytics, Economics of Multinational Firm, International Trade Policy, Financial Economics, Economic Forecasting, Game Theory Economics  Finance: Money & Banking, Survey of Finance Principles  Other Business: Business Math I & II, Business Info System Concept, Survey of Management  Quant/Methods: Principles of Micro and Macro Economics, Microeconomics Theory, Macroeconomics Theory, Foundations of Microeconomic and Macroeconomic Theory  Other Relevant Courses: BCIS Computer Applications EXPERIENCE American National Insurance Company Clear Lake, TX Internal Auditing Intern June 2017 – August 2017  Audited informational systems to determine if they were being managed properly by appropriate personnel according to job descriptions and roles  Developed spreadsheets and documentation for internal audit department to ensure compliance for potential IRS audit Kohl’s College Station, TX Sales Associate October 2015 – May 2017  Drove customer satisfaction above 90% by providing optimal customer service by analyzing customer needs and exceeding their expectations  Managed inventory of product both in back stock and on the floor to minimize cost of goods sold and maximize profits Camp Eagle Summer Camp Counselor  Developed and lead over 100 youth in leadership and communication building activities  Taught proper safety procedures regarding high element activities for the youth

Rocksprings, TX May 2015 – August 2015

Flomin Inc Baytown, TX Document Management Assistant July 2013 – January 2014  Analyzed and sorted spreadsheets regarding equipment and production across the plant  Managed electronic and paper documentation ensuring they were up to date according to OSHA standards SKILLS AND AWARDS Languages: Fluent in English Technical Skills: MS Office, Access, R Studio, SAS Other Skills: Research, Document Formatting, Data Analysis, Spreadsheet Construction, Customer Service Activities: Secretary and Treasurer for Association of Baptist Students, Focus Student Ministries Leader, First College Student Ministries Leader, FBCCS Orchestra, Tau Beta Sigma Secretary Interests: Reading, camping, music, and sports 26


JACK WITTE 713-548-7587 | jackwitte60@gmail.com | linkedin.com/in/jackwitte Seeking: Full-Time EDUCATION Texas A&M University Master of Economics in Financial Econometrics GPA: 3.5 / 4.0 Texas A&M University Bachelor of Science in Economics GPA: 3.2 / 4.0

Preferred Start Date: January 2018 College Station, TX December 2017

College Station, TX May 2017

RELEVANT COURSES ● Transfer Pricing/Tax: Transfer Pricing ● Accounting: Financial Accounting, Managerial Accounting ● Economics: Microeconomics, Microeconomic Theory, Foundations of Microeconomic Theory, Macroeconomics, Macroeconomic Theory, Foundations of Macroeconomic Theory, Energy Markets and Policy ● Finance: Microfinance, Money and Banking ● Other Business: Introductory Business, Organizational Communications ● Quant/Methods: Econometrics 461, 463, 673, Financial Econometrics ● Other Relevant Courses: International Law, International Trade Theory, Strategies of Multinational Corporations EXPERIENCE Calvert Lindsay Interests Austin, TX Brokerage Assistant May 2017-August 2017 ● Managed between between 7 and 10 rental units and verified that rent was paid on time by documenting accounts and following up with tenants as needed ● Created spreadsheets to track expenses resulting in much better deduction documentation ● Digitized important business documents to ensure data integrity. Important documents such as leasing agreements and deeds need to be backed up in a secure way so that the contracts are enforceable even if the paper copies are destroyed. Additionally, the digital copies must be secure to prevent data breaches of tenant’s information. Agex Austin, TX Software Developer May 2016- August 2016 ● Designed important interlink between a scale and Raspberry Pi that allowed cattle weights to be interpreted by an app ● Tested parts of applications and back end systems to eliminate bugs and increase ease of use Vector Marketing Houston, TX Certified Sales Professional January 2014-May 2017 ● Sold $170,000 of kitchenwares through referrals, fairs and shows, and business gifts in the 1st year ● Moved more product than all other new representatives to become 2014 National Sales Champion ● Achieved place in the top 500 representatives in company history by selling $433,000 cumulatively ● Submitted tax documents for my business for 3 years resulting in compliance to tax codes ● Kept track of deductions through spreadsheets and apps in order to minimize tax liability SKILLS AND AWARDS Technical Skills: TPCatalyst, KTMine, Excel, SAS, Stata, R, Python, Java, PowerPoint Honors and Awards: 1st National New Sales Representative, Vector Marketing, 2015 Multiple Scholarship Winner, Vector, 2013-2017 Certifications & Training: A+, Network+, Security+, Realtor Activities: A&M Economics Society, Economic Aggies Career Association, I volunteer with an animal rescue Interests: Technology, Skiing, Travel, Cooking 27


RUOHAN WU 979-985-8162 | wuruohan2012@gmail.com | linkedin.com/in/ruohanwu2018/

Seeking: Internship/Full-time EDUCATION Texas A&M University Master of Economics in Econometrics GPA: 3.75 / 4.0 Shanghai University of Finance and Economics Bachelor of Economics in Investment GPA: 3.65 / 4.0

Preferred Start Date: December 2017 College Station, TX May 2018 Shanghai, China June 2016

RELEVANT COURSES  Transfer Pricing/Tax: Transfer Pricing  Accounting: Financial Statement Analysis, Fundamental Accounting  Economics: Macroeconomics, Microeconomics, Econometrics  Finance: Financial Management, Investment Management  Other Business: Security Investment, Corporation Strategy  Quant/Methods: Mathematical Statistics, Probability Theory  Other Relevant Courses: International Finance EXPERIENCE Ruihua Certified Public Accountants Beijing, China Audit June 2017 – August 2017  Audit Friendship Hotel which is a large enterprise of Chinese government by using Excel to audit their capital asset. It’s helpful to me to learn the entire process that what an auditor should do. Shanghai, China Specialist October 2014 – February 2015  Help consumers enjoy their tour in Apple Retail Store. My work is to introduce products to consumer and give them all solution about Apple. This internship is different from traditional financial intern which gave me more skills of communication. Consumers like my client in other jobs like consulting, helping them realize and choosing what they really want.

Apple Ltd. Retail

Gansu, China Financial Intern June 2015 – September 2015  Do the routine financial work such as help my team write the financial statements, in this traditional financial internship, I learnt the basic knowledge about what should a financial specialist should do. The most important is I learnt a wonderful financial information system about CNPC which made me realize we should combine technology in our daily work to improve efficiency.

China National Petroleum Corporation

SKILLS AND AWARDS Languages: Fluent in English & Chinese; Conversational Proficiency in Japanese Technical Skills: SAS, R, Python Honors and Awards: China University Students Mathematical Modeling Competition second prize (2014) Certifications & Training: SAS Base Certifications Interests: Badminton, hiking, bowling, and painting

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LIZHOU (ZACH) XU

979-721-1055 | lizhouxu@tamu.edu | linkedin.com/in/lizhou-xu-8a850a98/

Seeking: Full-Time and Internship

Preferred Start Date: 01/2018

EDUCATION Texas A&M University Master of Science in Economics GPA: 4.0 / 4.0 Shanghai University of Finance and Economics Bachelor of Economics in International Finance GPA: 3.3 / 4.0

College Station, Texas 05/2018

Shanghai, China 06/2016

RELEVANT COURSES  Transfer Pricing/Tax: International Transfer Pricing  Accounting: Financial Accounting, Management Accounting, Financial Statement Analysis.  Economics: Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, Econometrics  Finance: Corporate Finance, Investment, International Finance, Valuation, Insurance  Quant/Methods: Database, C++ Programing, Statistics EXPERIENCE Orient Securities Shanghai, China Intern in FICC Research Group 05/2017– 08/2017  Engaged in the weekly and special reports on China’s economy and FICC market focusing on China’s monetary policy, overseas economy, ABS and T-Bond Futures.  Released 2 in-depth research report on T-Bond ETF and China Supply-side Structural Reform to the buy-side clients  Proficiently applied Bloomberg Terminal, Wind, Excel and R to collect and process the economic and financial data Haitong Securities Shanghai, China Intern in M&A Financing Department 02/2016 – 06/2016  Engaged in the due diligence for a material assets reorganization of a listed company  Completed over 100 listed companies’ profile tables registered in Sichuan Province by summarizing the companies’ announcements Nike Shanghai, China Intern in Finance Department 09/2014 – 11/2014  Downloaded and updated daily retail and inventory report through SAP system  Applied Excel skills (e.g. Vlookup) to check the accuracy and integrity of the accounting records made by the stores Deloitte Intern in Audit Department  Engaged in the annual audit items of 3 enterprises and finished more than 60 working papers  Took sampling tests of bank balance and cash, notes receivable and all expense accounts

Shanghai, China 01/2014 – 02/2014

SKILLS AND AWARDS Languages: Fluent in English and Mandarin Technical Skills: SAS, R, SQL, Matlab, Excel, ktMINE(Fall 17), TR OneSource Documenter (Fall 17),TP Catalyst(Fall 17) Honors and Awards: Academic Competitive Scholarships, Texas A&M University, 2017-2018; Social Scholarship,

SUFE, 2015 Certifications & Training: CFA level II Candidate, SAS Advanced Programmer Activities: Staff of SUFE outdoor adventure club, staff in Yangpu Care for Children of Migrant Works League Interests: Big Data, Hiking, Electronic Music

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XIAOYAN (WINN) XU 979-209-9382 | xxu@tamu.edu | linkedin.com/in/xiaoyanwinnxu

Seeking: Internship EDUCATION Texas A&M University, Department of Economics Master of Science in Economics GPA: 4.0 / 4.0 Shandong University, School of Management Master of Business Administration

Preferred Start Date: June 2018

College Station, TX August 2018 Jinan, China June 2012

RELEVANT COURSES  Transfer Pricing/Tax: International Transfer Pricing  Accounting: Financial Statement Analysis  Economics: Foundation of Microeconomic Theory, Economic Analytics, Macroeconomic Theory, Financial Economics  Management: Operations Management, Human Resources Development Management EXPERIENCE Citibank Shenzhen, China Cash Officer, Operations & Technology August 2010 – July 2012  Led an operation team to provide transactions (mutual fund, insurance, structure investment products, etc.) and operation service to customer  Authorized transactions in operation system and reviewed department control function checklist log to ensure the completeness and correctness of operations  Assisted Branch Service Manager to ensure highest level of service and act as deputy in his/her absence  Complied with internal control standard and operational procedures were strictly followed Standard Chartered Bank Shenzhen, China Relationship Manager, Priority Banking April 2009 – August 2010  Managed over 27 high net worth (HNW) customers with total asset under management (AUM) of 8 million US dollars  Provided financial planning advice to customers by delivering proper asset allocation, suitability assessment and other available tools to meet customer needs  Adhered to excellent customer service standards while ensuring complete compliance with all regulations and controls Customer Service Representative, Operations & Technology April 2007 – April 2009  Assisted CSO to ensure operational, compliance, and control guidelines were properly carried out and adhered to  Handled various account transactions on a daily basis  Applied internal policy and external regulation to minimize the bank’s operation risks SKILLS AND AWARDS Languages: Fluent in English; Conversational Proficiency in Chinese and Cantonese Technical Skills: ktMINE, TP Catalyst, Capital IQ, SAS, Microsoft Office Honors and Awards: Service Star, Standard Chartered Bank, 2009 Certifications & Training: SAS Certified Base Programmer for SAS 9 Activities: Assistant to the Founding President of Econ-Aggies Career Association, Big Event, Peer Note-taker Interests: Baking, Swimming, and Reading

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YUAN XU 515-708-8116 | yuanxu@tamu.edu | linkedin.com/in/yuanxu030894/

Seeking: Full-Time EDUCATION Texas A&M University, Mays Business School Master of Science in Finance Major GPA: 3.5 / 4.0 Iowa State University Bachelor of Science in Statistics GPA: 3.36 / 4.0

Preferred Start Date: January 2018 College Station, TX December 2017

Ames, IA May 2016

RELEVANT COURSES  Transfer Pricing/Tax: International Transfer Pricing  Accounting: Fundamental Accounting, Intermediate Accounting, Financial accounting  Economics: Micro Economics, Macro Economics, Global Economics  Finance: Valuation, Financial Modeling, Fixed Income Analysis, Financial Derivatives, Investments, Corporate Finance  Other Business: CFA Curriculum  Quant/Methods: Business Data Mining, Calculus EXPERIENCE HuaTai Securities Co., Ltd Guangzhou, Guangdong, China Corporate Bond Underwriter Intern May 2017 – August 2017  Underwrote over 200 pages of Private Placement Prospectus independently in several Private Placement projects, and performed in-depth financial analysis based on client’s financial reports  Valuated a public-traded company for a prospective client by performing valuation model in Excel  Created a credit rating model for internal use to check client’s eligibility for securities issuance; increased group productivity by 20% Wuhan Intellectual Property Exchange Wuhan, Hubei, China ABS Researcher Intern May 2016 – July 2016  Participated in the first research and development of intellectual property securitization in China  Participated in rule formulation process for intellectual property securitization, prepared research summaries and detailed market report for weekly meetings Changjiang Securities Company Limited Wuhan, Hubei, China Analyst Intern May 2015 – June 2015  Researched figures, postings and documents for correct entry, mathematical accuracy, and proper coding  Collected data from Shanghai Stock Exchange Composite Index to analyze beta persistence through regression analysis on individual stock betas across different time horizons, and compiled report with prediction of future trends Changjiang Futures Co., Ltd Wuhan, Hubei, China Futures Analyst Intern May 2014 – August 2014  Analyzed futures contract price drivers through both technical and fundamental analysis; considered political environment and comprehended speculator’s position to deliver valuable market information to market analyst SKILLS AND AWARDS Languages: Fluent in English and Chinese Technical Skills: Financial Statement Analysis, Equity Trading, Microsoft Excel, SAS, R, Bloomberg Terminal, SQL Server Certifications & Training: CFA level 1 candidate Activities: Member of Aggie Investment Club; Treasurer of Master of Science in Finance program at Texas A&M University Interests: Fitness, Basketball, reading, and League of Legends 31


DANIYAL ZAHID 210-571-2966 | daniyal@tamu.edu | linkedin.com/in/daniyalzahid

Seeking: Full-Time EDUCATION Texas A&M University, Bush School of Government and Public Service Master of Public Service and Administration with Concentration in Transfer Pricing GPA: 3.85 / 4.0

Preferred Start Date: June 2018 College Station, Texas May 2018

Lahore School of Economics, Bachelor of Science in Economics and Finance GPA: 3.19 / 4.0

Lahore, Pakistan May 2014

RELEVANT COURSES  Transfer Pricing/Tax: International Transfer Pricing  Accounting: Principles of Financial Accounting  Economics: Development and Growth Economics, International Economics, Resource Economics  Finance: Financial Management, Public Finance, Financial Statement Analysis  Other Business: Financial Institutions and Markets, Risk Management, Investments  Quant/Methods: Quantitative Management  Econometrics: Econometrics, Time Series Analysis EXPERIENCE Monsanto Saint Louis, Missouri Transfer Pricing Intern May 2017 – August 2017  Simplified master file organizational chart in Orbit Tax to present a basic explanation of Monsanto’s organizational structure  Analyzed financial reports and segmentation to prepare transfer pricing core reports for operations in Asia and Europe  Updated license termination agreements for Monsanto’s subsidiaries in Thomson Reuters One Source for 2017  Prepared corporate income tax(CIT) filing requirements for 33 countries, to comply with IRS requirements  Prepared metrics review for substance indicators (revenue, tax paid, etc.) in Smart View and updated Table 1 and Table 2 in the transfer pricing master file Urban Unit Lahore, Pakistan Research Associate June 2015 – July 2016  Registered 1,000 property tax units using geographic information system(GIS) in Punjab over a period of 11 months, which resulted in an additional 90 billion rupees in the provincial revenue next year Director General Health Services Lahore, Pakistan Research Associate July 2014 – June 2016  Collaborated with the provincial government of Punjab to review progress on key health indicators (vaccinations, maternal mortality, safe delivery and primary healthcare), which led to a record 116 billion rupees health allocation budget for the year 2015 and expanded health coverage by 42% through field visits and IEC campaigns SKILLS AND AWARDS Languages: Fluent in English, Urdu and Hindi; Conversational Proficiency in Punjabi and French Technical Skills: KtMINE, Thomson Reuters One Source, Orbit Tax, Smart View, SAP, Stata Honors and Awards: Bush School of Government and Public Service Scholarship 2016-2018 Activities: Aggie Toastmasters Society (Texas A&M), Pakistan Student Association (PSA)at Texas A&M Interests: Sports, Politics and Reading 32


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