Much improved over the prior resume. I can tell you put serious thought into this latest draft and the benefits are clearly visible. I have a few other suggestions you may want to consider. First off, I noticed you used the word "was" in the first bullet on top. I would suggest removing "was" and replacing it with something like "actively managed" or use another 'action verb' that speaks more strongly to your audience. "Was" is a weak start and gives the reviewer the wrong impression, compared with the other action verbs you use to start your bullet language. Also on bullet language (which is where I think most improvements can be made) I would consider starting off with a more impressive task/achievement than "administrative duties". Take a look at my resume under my user profile, you'll see I generally keep the admin type bullets towards the bottom for any given position. Start off with a bullet showcasing your most impressive work "M&A", "Valuation", etc are all good, but need to be front and center, not behind admin duties. Another more general thought regarding language. You're coming from a financial/analytical background and want to stay in that field, therefore, you need to quantify your bullet language much more. For example, you need to use $ amounts, #s of people, amounts of time etc to showcase your achievements. This is a must for financial resumes. On your overall structure, I think it looks good, but you should consider combining some of the fields. I'm getting a little lost sorting through all of the section headers. What I'd recommend is you have the following 3 sections in this order: Work Experience, Education and Skills. Under skills you can combine Language and Computer skills. For awards and other items such as Violin, I don't think they have a place on your resume, simply because they take up valuable space without offering much value to the reviewer. The awards are from a while back and violin isn't relevant to answering the question each reciter is asking while reviewing your resume: "will this person add value to my organization in XYZ capacity?". Otherwise, things look good. With a fewer number of sections you'll have more room to add bullets in the areas of greatest importance: work experience. To that end, I think you should add more bullets to your IDF experience (which is highly impressive) and your more recent work experience. Best of luck and let me know how else I can help!