Max Snitkovsky

Max Snitkovsky

MBA Candidate Class of 2015 - UC Irvine Paul Merage School of Business
Location: Irvine CA
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As a second year MBA Candidate at the Paul Merage School of Business at UC Irvine, my goal is to leverage my experience from a $22B Fortune 500 global manufacturer, a $20M aerospace manufacturer recovering from bankruptcy, and a $20B design and engineering firm to move into a role that combines my background in FP&A and process improvement, and my passion for Mergers and Acquisitions. I have learned a tremendous amount of financial analysis as it relates to company development and planning, and through all of my experiences, I have seen companies that are having difficulty from overcoming inefficient processes, so my ideal career path would be to to come into a new environment or project, and constantly seek and implement process improvements. My Finance and Accounting background across several industries, and exposure in a number of different departments such as FP&A, Mergers & Acquisitions, Audit, and Real Estate Finance, puts me in a strong position to be able to understand how parts of a business will flow to the bottom line, and ultimately achieve the goal of growing a profitable enterprise. Specialties: Computer: Hyperion, Cognos, Encore, Insight, Oracle Financials, Dynamic Forecasting Tool, AS/400, Infor ERP XA Mapics, Advanced Excel formulation (including pivot tables and macros), FAS Other: Process Redevelopment, Lean Fundamentals, Fluent Russian, Certified in CPR, First Aid, and Adult AED, Classical Piano

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  • Phi Chi Theta
  • Epsilon Chapter
  • Co-Ed Professional Business Fraternity Founding President
  • Epsilon Chapter • Planned for the strategic direction of the chapter and governed all internal and external chapter affairs. • Presided over all chapter meetings
  • and directed successful spring recruitment to increase chapter membership by 50%. University of Pittsburgh Undergraduate Finance Club

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