He brings 14 years of experience in corporate restructuring, business planning, valuation, IT, and business process consulting. He has worked with clients across the manufacturing, energy, wholesales and financial services industries with a strong focus on automotive.
Most recently at A&M, Mr. Lubsczyk led the accounting transformation workstream at a private equity owned provider of rentals for electronic test equipment during the post-merger integration (PMI) with a recently purchased competitor. Here, he implemented a reporting structure for monthly reports and improved the finance processes between the headquarters and the company’s facilities across Europe.
Previously, Mr. Lubsczyk led the implementation of a comprehensive financial and operational restructuring plan of a global Tier-1 automotive supplier of innovative surfaces for the interiors of premium vehicles. Mr. Lubsczyk’s team developed and implemented the restructuring plan for the supplier’s major plant (c. €120m revenue; -€63m EBITDA) leading to a downsizing of the workforce by c. 70% and the turnaround within the first year. He acted as communication liaison for the management team and supported their negotiations with customers and workers’ council.
Additionally, Mr. Lubsczyk worked for one of the world’s leading suppliers of industrial and automotive batteries. Within the chapter 11 of the U.S. parent company, he was responsible for implementing and overseeing the cash management process across Europe.
Prior to joining A&M, Mr. Lubsczyk spent nine years with Deloitte in Vienna and Munich, where he most recently served as a manager in the turn-around service unit. At Deloitte, he was seconded for almost three years to a German maker of premium cars as a risk manager. He developed appropriate supply measures for the OEM and suppliers in critical situations or bankruptcy. These measures included negotiating with administrators, suppliers and other OEMs, and developing financial support plan for suppliers. At Deloitte Consulting, his project work with the CIO and CFO service units included assessing financial business processes in different industries. During that time, he became certified Project Management Professional (PMI).
Mr. Lubsczyk earned a master’s degree in business informatics from Vienna University of Technology and a master’s degree in law/corporate restructuring (LL.M) from the University of Heidelberg. An Austrian national, he is fluent in German and English.