The Trajectory of Canadian Businessman Louis Chenevert

If you haven’t heard of Louis Chenevert, he was previously at the helm of one of the largest U.S manufacturing enterprises, United Technologies Corporation. Chenevert held the title of Chairman and CEO of this $63 billion industrial conglomerate, a role he occupied from 2010 to 2014. Louis Chenevert is a Canadian businessman who was born in Quebec and earned a bachelor of commerce degree in production management from HEC Montreal, an affiliated Business School of the acclaimed University of Montreal. He is well versed in business management and has held an array of high-level positions throughout his career.

CAREER PATH OF LOUIS CHENEVERT
Prior to his role with United Technologies Corporation, Chenevert spent 14 years with General Motors, and during his tenure with the American multinational corporation, he rose to become the production manager for the Ste. Therese, Quebec plant. In 1993, Chenevert joined Pratt and Whitney Canada, an aerospace manufacturer, where he became president of the aircraft engine division in 1999, and ultimately group president and Chief Operating Officer in 2006. So what is the key to success for Louis Chenevert? Chenevert credits “operational focus” as the impetus for his business success; Chenevert looks to drive synergy through reorganization as opposed to acquisition.

CHENEVERT AND GOLDMAN SACHS
So, what is Louis Chenevert doing these days? Well, Goldman, Sachs, and Company have retained him as an advisor for their Merchant Banking Division. In this role, he will be leveraging his experience with United Technologies Corporation to recommend target opportunities in the aerospace and industrial sectors, as well as other businesses. If past success is indicative of his future with Goldman, Sachs, and Company, Chenevert’s advisory role will prove to be a great business decision on the part of the multinational finance company. Chenevert’s passion for business and his keen eye for detail will undoubtedly serve him well in any business endeavor, but for now, he is focused on his future with Goldman Sachs.