Sheldon Lavin – Changing the fate of OSI Industries

The chairman and CEO of the famous meat processing company named OSI Groups, and is also very well-known and reputed in this field. Once in an interview, Sheldon Lavin told that he studied finance and business and never thought to be a part of meat processing industry. He started as a financial director arranging funds and finances for his company to the middle market corporations and individuals, and through that, he met the family who ran the meat processing industry and found out that this field has a lot of profit in it.

Sheldon Lavin got really close to the family who owned the very famous meat processing company and also gave them financial advice, arranging their funds and giving them meat better business strategies. Thus he was prominently involved in their business. However, when Otto and Son firm was in financial crisis, Sheldon still managed their finance department for free, asking them to return his favor by making him the partner of their firm. It is how the involvement of Sheldon Lavin began in Otto and Sons, which later was renamed as OSI Industries. Over the year, Sheldon took over the company and became the leader and chief of that company because of his hard work, capabilities, and helping the industry to grow rapidly.

The credit of the success of OSI Groups goes to Sheldon; it was because of his devotion, hard work, and motivation that OSI Group became one of the strong emerging industry in meat processing field. The company has over 70 manufacturing plants in 17 countries and a workforce of 20,000 employees. He has won many awards in all these years, including Global Visionary Awards in 2016, presented by India’s Vision World Academy. Sheldon was awarded lifetime Achievement Award by RSM US LLP in the year of 2015, because of his tireless hard work, efforts and immense contribution to this industry and his services to this community over all these years, were beneficial and bought the positive change in this field to learn more: http://www.wattagnet.com/articles/26154-osis-sheldon-lavin-receives-global-visionary-award click here.

Sheldon Lavin believes that OSI Group is capable enough to be the top-notch industry among all the food company and can grow internationally as well. That’s why he is planning and working on making more manufacturing plants across the country in new overseas market. Even though the company already contributes internationally and is well reputed, but still Sheldon keeps a close eye to ensure the company is making a profit and producing quality products and satisfying all the clients worldwide.

The Management of Capital Group Faults Warren Buffet’s Comments on the Industry

In 2015, upon the passing of the company’s chairman Jim Rothenberg, Tim became the Chairman of Capital Group. Currently, he is also the company’s equity portfolio manager, director, and principal executive officer.

The Global Investment Themes to watch in 2017, according to Tim Armour

On January 2017, Tim Armour, the Capital Group portfolio manager shared his thoughts on the global investment themes to watch in the year ahead.

The first issue that Tim said will be watched is interest rates. This is mainly because the Fed raised the interest rates for the second time. Another important thing to be observed is the corporate earnings. Corporate earnings are going to depend on how fast the global domestic product will be growing. An increase in corporate earnings will be an indicator of a more rapid growth globally after the elections.

Another important thing that Tim noted was the differences in the growth rate in America, Europe, and Japan. Europe and Japan are recovering. However, corporate earnings will be enhanced by the improvement of the entire global growth.

Capital Group’s partnership with Samsung Asset Management and what Tim Armour said about it

Capital Group and Samsung Asset entered into a strategic partnership to work together in the development of active investment strategies for different investors in Korea in October 2015. The two companies agreed to cooperate in the development of retirement solutions and asset apportionment products, and also support Samsung’s active investment capability.

The partnership will see the Korean company learn “Capital-style active management” and other management benefits like business management and client management from the Capital Group. Samsung’s spokesperson said the partnership will be critical in the company’s 2020 goal of becoming among Asia’s top home-based asset management firms.

About the partnership, Tim said the broader plan is to come up with investment solutions that meet the saving, retirement, and insurance related needs of Korean investors.

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