Bradley C. Bond has been Vice President of Treasury for the System since July 2002 in addition to recently being appointed to Vice President of Finance for all Community Medical Centers and Ambulatory Surgery Centers. In his treasury role, Mr. Bonds primary responsibilities include overall management of short and long-term investments, debt and swap transactions, cash management, leasing contracts, pension and risk management, and tax compliance and research. He has played a significant role in over $1.3 billion in bond issuance transactions, over $800 million notional swap transactions and negotiated $230 million in short-term lines of credit during his tenure at the System. Mr. Bond currently oversees the investment program with over $1.1 billion in assets under management, including the defined benefit pension investments. He also plays a significant role in operational finance at the six community medical centers, strategic planning, financial reporting, fund development, equipment leasing and community benefit reporting. Prior to joining the System, Mr. Bond served as Assistant Treasurer at the Cleveland Clinic Foundation since December 1997 and Senior Treasury Analyst from November 1994 to December 1997. Previously Mr. Bond was associated with General Electric Capital Corporation, where he served as a Financial Specialist from 1992 to 1994. Mr. Bond began his career as a staff accountant and consultant with Ernst & Young. Mr. Bond received a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from The Ohio State University and a Masters in Business Administration from Weatherhead School of Management - Case Western Reserve University. Mr. Bond is a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) and a Certified Public Accountant (CPA-non practicing). Mr. Bond maintains many professional and community affiliations and is Finance Committee Chair for the Hunger Network of Greater Cleveland.
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