Louis R. Chênevert
|Louis R. Chênevert|
|Born||1958 (age 58–59)
|Alma mater||Université de Montréal|
|Occupation||Chief executive officer of UTC (Retired)|
|Successor||Gregory J. Hayes|
|Awards||2060 FDNY Fire Commissioner’s Humanitarian Award
2010 Pace Award for Leadership in Business Ethics
2009 Honor Award
Chênevert was elected to UTC's President and Chief Operating Officer in March, 2006. He was elected president of Pratt & Whitney in 1999, after working with Pratt & Whitney Canada for six years. Prior to this, he spent 14 years at General Motors. On December 8, 2014 Chênevert stepped down as CEO of United Technologies Corp. and was replaced by director Edward Kangas.
In September 2015, he took up the role of an Exclusive Advisor in the Merchant Banking Division at Goldman Sachs for an undisclosed compensation; where he will be targeting opportunities in the aerospace and industrial sectors and advise other businesses.
Personal life and honors
While CEO of United Technologies Corporation in 2008, Chênevert earned a total compensation of $22,032,175, which included a base salary of $1,318,974, a cash bonus of $4,294,844, stock granted of $4,376,921, options granted of $11,774,710, and other compensation of $266,726.
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- "United Technologies Corp. and CEO Louis Chenevert Win ERC's 2010 Pace Award for Leadership in Business Ethics" (Press release). Ethics Resource Center.
- "A Salute to Visionaries of Sustainability". National Building Museum.
- "Louis Chênevert". UTC. Retrieved 2011-02-04.
- Clough, Richard. "United Technologies CEO Left Amid Director Concern on Priorities". Bloomberg. Retrieved 8 December 2014.
- The Business Council, Official website, Executive Committee Archived 2013-07-21 at the Wayback Machine.
- 2008 CEO Compensation for Louis R. Chênevert, Equilar.com
- AW & ST, 14 January 2013 issue, p. 47
|CEO of United Technologies Corporation
April 9, 2008 – November 24, 2014
Gregory J. Hayes
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