- Sharing foundational CFO leadership principles essential to leading in times of transformation
- Demonstrating how ESG performance is a competitive advantage for Honeywell
- Discussing the Finance leaders’ role in this evolution in terms of delivering on ESG, complying with ESG, and communicating the organization’s ESG story
- Offering best practices to reinforce how the Finance team drives performance in ESG and other transformative areas
Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer (CFO)
Since joining Honeywell in 2006, Greg has held a series of finance leadership roles. Most recently, he was Vice President of Corporate Finance, where he led Treasury, Tax, Audit, Business Analysis and Planning, Investor Relations, M&A, Real Estate, Pension, Finance Operations and Enterprise Information Management (EIM). He focused on building a culture of managing data and information as a strategic asset.
Previously, he first served as CFO of the former Specialty Products unit within Performance Materials and Technologies (PMT). Subsequently, he served as Vice President of Business Analysis and Planning (BAP), CFO for Honeywell Process Solutions (HPS) and then held the same position for Automation and Control Solutions (ACS).
With a broad background in financial leadership across multiple industries, Greg began his career at Kraft Foods in 1991 and went onto roles at Tyco International, A&E and the Stanley Works.
Greg holds a master’s degree in business administration from Fordham University and a bachelor’s degree in finance from the University of Connecticut. He is also Six Sigma Green Belt Certified.