February 9, 2018 · Business, Business Leaders

Louis Chenevert is a Canadian businessman. He has been a CEO and advisor for many different companies throughout his successful career. He is currently semi-retired and an exclusive advisor for Goldman Sachs.

Chenevert started his career by earning a bachelor degree from the Université de Montréal. Shortly after that, he began working with General Motors. During his time at General Motors, he excelled rapidly, earned the position of Production Manager. He continued to work in that position for 14 years.

Louis’s skills and talents developed quickly and became more refined with time. In the year 1993, an aerospace manufacturer company called Pratt & Whitney hired Chenevert. During the time of his hiring, the economy was not fertile, though that didn’t stop his success. With a combination of dedication and education, Louis assisted the company to generating profit. Louis subsequently became elected the company’s president.

Pratt & Whitney is an auxiliary of a larger company called UTC (United Technologies Corporation). UTC was not doing well during 2006, and was the target of the recession. As a result of Louis’s success in reviving Pratt & Whitney, UTC was interested in his skills. He was elected Chairman, and soon after CEO of UTC.

With Chenevert’s assistance, UTC flourished in the market, even with a recession taking place. Many have credited Louis’s involvement in the Goodrich Corporation as some of his finest work. Louis finessed a deal with Goodrich, an aerospace company and top rubber manufacter. This alliance would benefit UTC tremendously with the goal of becoming more profitable. Chevernet incorporated Goodrich into UTC and merged them as one whole and complete company.

In the year of 2014, Louis relinquished his title as CEO. His reasoning was for his preference to enjoy the semi-retired life. He is presently fulfilling his passions of designing yachts as well as engineering. With every endeavor Louis was presented with, he found a way to enhance it.

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