Steve Lovett

Steve is a seasoned financial executive with forty five years of diverse experience in domestic and international strategic, financial, marketing, corporate development and operational management. A unique capability to develop creative insights for alternative corporate portfolio and business unit performance. Completed over 300 major business development transactions valued at over three billion dollars; conducted business in 87 countries; and have profitably managed ten operating companies and 26 venture startups. Demonstrated ability to assist embryonic, middle market and large complex corporations in applying easy to implement financial engineering, marketing, and operating programs to immediately improve short term results while maintaining longer range investment strategy.

2010-2017        General Counsel & Chief Financial Officer Caribsat, Ltd
Reporting to the chairman of the board, responsible for corporate compliance, contracting, development, treasury, general ledger and financial activities for a multi-national, global telecommunications and commodity trading company. 

1990 – 2010     President Hartford Capital Group, Inc.
Hartford Capital, a middle market corporate development firm consisting of five components: a registered broker/dealer, an investment bank, a merchant bank, a consulting firm, and a law firm. As president, responsibilities included general, client, project management as well as financial advisory, investment banking, corporate development and consulting practice.

1988 -1989        Executive Vice President The Bank of New York/Irving Bank
Reporting to the chairman of the board, responsible for the Strategic, Business, and Functional Support management processes; the bank consolidation and integration process; and the merger, acquisition, and disposition activities for the bank.  

1986 -1988        Managing Director Bell Atlantic
Reporting to the vice chairman of the board, responsible for the design, implementation, and management of corporate governance systems and the diversification and management of the companies unregulated business activities.

1976 – 1986      Vice President Planning and Development Rockwell International
Reporting to the president, responsible for domestic and international merger, acquisition, and dispositions as well as the conversion of science center research and development projects into profitable business units

1972  - 1976       Director Planning and Development The Continental Group
Reporting to the chief financial officer, responsible for strategic management, acquisition integration, and operational, contract, and financial analysis.

1970 – 1972       Lieutenant United States Navy

1963 – 1970       BA/MBA/JD  Columbia University  Magna Cume Laude

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