Webinar - Michigan Chapter l Exclusive interview with Frederic Lissalde, CEO of BorgWarner

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Join the FACC Michigan learn how BorgWarner manages the restart and what changes could come for the automotive industry.

 

COVID-19 presents a unique challenge to the auto industry with forecasted drops in volumes and revenues across all regions and across OEMs and Tier-1 suppliers alike. Learn about BorgWarner preparedness to tackle these challenges and Frederic Lissalde’s perspective on what impact and what changes these may lead to.

The virtual interview will be moderated by FACC President Cedric Ballarin via Zoom.

 

Meet the Speaker:

Frederic Lissalde is President and Chief Executive Officer of BorgWarner Inc. He also holds a position on the board of directors.

Lissalde has held positions of increasingly significant responsibility during his career with the company.

Previous positions include president and general manager of BorgWarner Turbo Systems, the company's largest business, vice president and general manager of BorgWarner Transmission Systems and vice president of global sales and marketing of BorgWarner Drivetrain Systems. He also serves as managing director of several operations in Europe for BorgWarner Drivetrain Systems.

Lissalde's experience includes the integration of purchased companies, and the closing, opening and restructuring of plants around the world. He formerly served as a board member of CLEPA (European Automotive Suppliers' Association), based in Brussels, Belgium.

Prior to joining BorgWarner, Lissalde held positions at Valeo and ZF in the areas of program management, engineering, operations and sales in the United Kingdom, Japan and France.

Lissalde holds a Masters of Engineering degree from ENSAM - Ercole Nationale Superieure des Arts et Metiers - Paris, and an MBA from HEC Paris. He is also a graduate of executive courses at INSEAD, Harvard and MIT. 

 

This webinar is organized by the FACC-Michigan

 

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