Mr Jerry L. Rogers

Banc Technologies Group, Inc.

8911 Fenchurch Road
Dallas TX, 75238

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Thirty years experience in all phases of bank operations and regulations. Advanced degree.
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Bottom-line oriented manager and consultant. Extensive experience in data processing conversions, operations consolidations, and telecommunications technologies. Broad background in cash management, check collection, and income and expense analysis in banking.. Background includes heavy emphasis in acquiring and deploying banking technologies to reduce cost and to improve service for banks varying in size from de novo to over $7,000,000,000 in assets.

Employment experience includes twenty years of banking and consulting with bankers, four years in business acquisitions, four years teaching at two major universities, and one year as Financial Economist with the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta.

Master of Arts plus post-graduate course work in Industrial Organization, Operations Analysis, Data Processing Technology, Price Theory, and Money and Banking. Specialized training in conflict resolution through mediation. Certified Data Processor.

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Company specializes in assisting clients in acquiring and deploying technology to take advantage of innovations in data processing, telecommunications, and energy deregulation. Complete management responsibility for firm. Internal responsibilities include planning, finance, personnel, project design, and research and development. In addition, I personally manage technology acquisition projects for client banks.

1980 1989:
Project Manager

Total project management responsibility for design and implementation of an “in-house” data processing center and the conversion and consolidation of four banks ($1.4 billion in assets) and one acceptance corporation from five disparate service providers to one integrated banking system. Project scope included:

· team selection and development,
· methods and practices standardization,
· management of the technology selection process,
· design and build out of the operations center,
· design and implementation of the telecommunications network
· installation of equipment and software
· training of end users, and
· conversion and balancing of the banks.

Project resulted in reducing operating costs $7,500,000 per year.

Other assignments included Project Manager for the data processing conversion and consolidation of back room operations for twenty-six Wyoming banks into a centralized operations center in Denver, Colorado. Working under severe time constraints, I managed the planning process, the installation of necessary hardware and software, and the conversion of the banks in sixteen (16) weeks, finishing four weeks ahead of schedule. Responsibilities included serving as Project Manager for major re-engineering projects in mortgage servicing operations ($12.2 billion in principal balances serviced), for trust operations ($1.2 billion in trust assets), and for bank credit card operations (175,000 cardholders). Each of these re-engineering projects resulted in a reduction in total cost in excess of twenty-two percent.

1976 1980:
Senior Vice President and Field Operations Manager

Responsible for hiring, training and supervising professional teams in delivering cost control, revenue enhancement, automation techniques, and data processing conversion services to client banks. Developed models to automate customer and product line profitability analysis, income and expense analysis, and information systems. Performed systems audits of mainframe software, including DDA, TDA, CDA, CLS, ILS, FIS, FRS, and MLS.

1974 1976:
Planning Officer and Information Systems Manager

Researched and identified target markets and acquisition candidates. Prepared acquisition proposals for the Board of Directors. Responsible for all applications required by state and national bank regulatory agencies. Manager of holding company information system. Assumed responsibility in 1975 and 1976 for non bank acquisition planning and acquisition negotiations.

1973 1974:
Financial Economist

Analyzed and evaluated bank holding company formations, mergers, and acquisitions: prepared detailed written analysis of the financial condition, earnings performance, and prospects of bank holding companies (and their bank and non bank subsidiaries) for the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System.

1971 1973:
Assistant Professor of Economics

Taught courses in economics, including Macroeconomics, Price Theory, and Money and Banking. Taught business courses in management, and statistics. Assisted in the preparation of the University self study, 1972. Served on various university committees.


1993: Certificate: Managing Commercial Conflicts Through Mediation, Settlement Consultants International, Dallas, TX.

1982: Certificate: Certified Data Processor, Management Systems America, Boston, MA.

1972: Thirty six semester hours of post M. A. courses in Industrial Organization, Price Theory, Operations Analysis, and Money and Banking, Southern Methodist University.

1971: Master of Arts in Economics, Southern Methodist University.

1968: Bachelor of Business Administration, with honors, Southern Methodist University.

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