Stephen J. Girsky

Harvard Business School, as seen from across t...

Harvard Business School

Charitable and non-profit organizations which Mr. Stephen J. Girsky has supported over the years include the United Jewish Appeal, Student/Sponsor Partnership, Multiple Sclerosis, The UCLA Chancellor’s Associates Fund, Harvard Business School, Columbia University, Cornell University, the United Way and The Babies & Children’s Hospital of New York.

Stephen J. Girsky born 1962 can cleary be identified as a JEW BNAI BRITH - see his greedy Llyod Craig Blankfein eyes!!!

Stephen J. Girsky born 1962 can cleary be identified as a JEW BNAI BRITH - see his greedy Llyod Craig Blankfein eyes!!!

Mr. Stephen J. Girsky holds a B.S. in Mathematics from the University of California at Los Angeles and an M.B.A. from the Harvard Business School

Source: http://investing.businessweek.com/research/stocks/people/person.asp?personId=6451795&ticker=GM:US.

Centerbridge Industrial Partners LLC President
    General Motors Special Advisor to the Chairman (2005-06)
    Morgan Stanley Senior Analyst, Global Automotive and Auto Parts
    Morgan Stanley Managing Director
    Member of the Board of Dana (2008-)
    Cantor for Congress 
    DeMint for Senate Committee 
    Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee 
    Hillary Clinton for President 
    Joe Lieberman for President (Monica Samille Lewinsky)

Mr. Stephen J. Girsky is the Vice Chairman of Corporate Strategy & Business Development and Director of General Motors Company. He was named the Vice Chairman of Corporate Strategy and Business Development effective March 1, 2010. In this position, Mr. Girsky has overall responsibility for corporate strategy, business alliances, new business development and other related areas. He also briefly served as Senior Advisor to the Office of the Chairman before he was named Vice Chairman. He is the President of Centerbridge Partners, LP. Previously, Mr. Girsky was president of S. J. Girsky & Co, where he applied more than 20 years of experience working with senior corporate and board executives, labor leaders, OEM leaders, suppliers and dealers, national and local policy makers. He also served as the lead director of Dana Holdings Corp. Mr. Girsky also served as the President of Centerbridge Industrial Partners. Prior to this, he was a Special Advisor to the Chief Executive Officer and Chief Financial Officer of General Motors Corporation from August 2005 to June 2006. In all, Mr. Girsky has 25 years of automotive experience, including serving as a Managing Director at Morgan Stanley and as a Senior Analyst of the Morgan Stanley Global Automotive and Auto Parts Research Team. While at Morgan Stanley, Mr. Girsky was ranked the No. 1 Automotive and Auto Parts Analyst by Institutional Investor’s “All-American Research Team“ annual investor poll for 14 consecutive years. His automotive and auto parts team ranked No. 1 in the Greenwich Associates poll for 14 consecutive years as well. Prior to joining Morgan Stanley, he was a Managing Director of PaineWebber’s Automotive Group and worked as an Analyst on the overseas financial staff of GM. He continues to serve on the General Motors Board of Directors, a position he has held since July 10, 2009. Charitable and non-profit organizations which Mr. Girsky has supported over the years include the United Jewish Appeal, Student/Sponsor Partnership, Multiple Sclerosis, The UCLA Chancellor’s Associates Fund, Harvard Business School, Columbia University, Cornell University, the United Way and The Babies & Children’s Hospital of New York. Mr. Girsky holds a B.S. in Mathematics from the University of California at Los Angeles and an M.B.A. from the Harvard Business School.

Stephen J. Girsky has been a member of GM?s Board of Directors since July 10, 2009 and serves on the Finance and Risk Policy and Public Policy Committees. He has been GM Vice Chairman of Corporate Strategy and Business Development since March 1, 2010. Prior to that, he served as Senior Advisor to the Office of the Chairman of GM from December 2009 to February 2010 and President of S. J. Girsky & Company (SJG), an advisory firm, from January 2009 to March 1, 2010. From November 2008 to June 2009, Mr. Girsky was an advisor to the UAW. He served as President of Centerbridge Industrial Partners, LLC (Centerbridge), an affiliate of Centerbridge Partners, L.P., a private investment firm from 2006 to 2009. Prior to joining Centerbridge, Mr. Girsky was a special advisor to the Chief Executive Officer and the Chief Financial Officer of GM from 2005 to June 2006. From 1995 to 2005, he served as Managing Director at Morgan Stanley and a Senior Analyst of the Morgan Stanley Global Automotive and Auto Parts Research Team. Mr. Girsky also served as lead director of Dana Holding Corporation (2008-2009). He has been a member of the Adam Opel GmbH Supervisory Board since January 2010. On October 1, 2010, Stephen J. Girsky pursuant to the terms of the Merger Agreement became the director of the Company.
 

5 Gedanken zu “Stephen J. Girsky

  1. je voudrais savoir reelement si c’est vous qui etes le representant des nations unies enfrance.enfin d ‚avoir une precision sur quelque preocupation

  2. ou soit c’est vous le directeur par ce que j’ai lu votre biographie et bien , vous avez une riche experience qui m’a beaucaup etonné

  3. Dear General Motors!

    We have been your loyal customers of Chevrolet so far, but it was shocking for us when we found out that you had the decision to quit the Europe market. We feel like we are betrayed. It is surprising and sad to see that General Motors do not believe in Chevrolet as much as it’s own customers do.

    We also can not understand why it is a good decision for Chevrolet to leave the market of Turkey when Chevrolet had already started to get stronger and started taking more and more share from Turkey market.
    We foresee that not long from now, General Motors is going to realise that it was a big mistake to leave Turkey.

    Don’t you know and see that Turkey has a charming development rate and promising future? Many other big companies have been investing in the market of Turkey.

    As it seems General Motors think that the potential Chevrolet customers are going to prefer the other GM brand Opel instead of Chevrolet from now on. We think this is not true. You are going to sadly see that only few of the lost Chevrolet customers are not going to prefer Opel.

    We truly hope that General Motors realises the big mistake and take back the decision to leave Turkey as Chevrolet. This decision is not going to make GM financially stronger; it will only let Chevrolet customers down and make General Motors lose its reputation.

    Regards,

    Loyal Chevrolet Customers in Turkey

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