BETHANY, CT -- Laticrete, a manufacturer of globally proven construction solutions for the building industry, has announced that Dr. Bernard Gustin is retiring from the Board of Directors after 25 years of dedicated service.
Bernard Gustin is an independent management consultant, corporate director and investor based in New York, with extensive experience in advising world-scale manufacturing, service and financial companies in the United States, Europe and Asia.
"Bernie Gustin is a friend and mentor who has brought valuable insights and a unique perspective to our board-level discussions," said Ed Metcalf, President and COO of North America Division at Laticrete, Inc. "Over the past 25 years, Bernie has generously shared his knowledge and experiences and has helped us to build a stronger and more sustainable organization."
Since 1994, Dr. Gustin has been an independent investor and financial advisor to a number of private family trusts and investment companies based in Europe, the U.S. and New Zealand, and a director of a privately held medium-sized international manufacturing company based in the U.S.
Dr. Gustin was a management consultant with McKinsey & Company, based in the firm's New York, Paris and Amsterdam offices. He conducted complex consulting projects related to strategy, organization, marketing, operations and cost-reduction in the U.S. and Europe for industrial and service companies such as AT&T, Philips of the Netherlands, Corning Glass, PepsiCo, Philip Morris, American Can and Price Waterhouse.
"This extremely professional gentleman has spirit, knowledge and experience, which he contributed extensively to Laticrete. He has taken part in our Board of Directors, overseeing and contributing to a great company with great values for 25 years, providing us with great insight," said Henry B. Rothberg, Senior Vice President of Training at Laticrete, Inc.
Dr. Gustin is deeply involved in philanthropy and a supporter of classical music and the arts on a worldwide basis. He is a citizen of the U.S., France and Canada.
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