With more than 25 years of professional experience in the U.S., Mexico and the Caribbean, Mr. Orsini brings significant experience in a variety of industries, including consumer and industrial products and services, construction and engineering, transportation infrastructure, and food and beverage.
Mr. Orsini led SG&A reduction assessment and implementation plan for global oil field services company. He also helped with comprehensive SG&A cost reduction assessment and implementation for largest U.S. public power utility. He led transformational cost reduction effort across operations and SG&A for retail clothier on behalf of private equity owners. Additionally, Mr. Orsini was responsible for comprehensive revenue enhancement and cost reduction assessment for departments of transportation in Puerto Rico, Louisiana and Kansas Implementation of synergy savings for one of the largest mergers in the defense industry.
Mr. Orsini has led market assessments and the development of corporate strategies for numerous large and mid-cap companies, where he assessed the full market potential, detailed profitability analysis, competitive situation and strategic direction for various business units; identified strategic and operational opportunities to aggressively grow profits and expand markets; evaluated business acquisition and divestiture options; and modeled different equity structures to maximize shareholder value. For his clients he has also identified and implemented earnings improvements through enhanced product profitability, merger integration, customer segmentation and operational streamlining.
Prior to joining A&M, Mr. Orsini was Managing Director of retail operations and vice president of Net Ventures with Reliant Energy. Previously, he served as Director of corporate strategy and development with Compaq Computer, now Hewlett Packard. Earlier, Mr. Orsini was with global strategy consulting firm Bain & Company, where he led consulting engagements across North America.
Mr. Orsini earned a bachelor's degree in economics from Princeton and master's degree in business administration, with concentrations in finance and strategic planning, from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.