Finance, Strategic Planning and International Operations

Douglas Brennan is recognized throughout the world as one of the leading experts in helping companies evaluate opportunities for business growth, restructuring and working with international management.  He is a problem solver, with thirty years of experience managing a wide variety of operations throughout the world.

Mr. Brennan has consistently helped his clients establish highly profitable operations in over 14 countries, including: United States, Ireland, China, India, Thailand, Venezuela, Mexico, Puerto Rico, Germany, Ukraine, Belarus and Russia. While working with Hutchison Group Mr. Brennan has played a key role in helping to negotiate ground breaking labor agreements for businesses owned by Onex Corporation, The Carlyle Group, General Electric, Spirit AeroSystems and Allison Transmission. He has also worked effectively with union leaders, helping them to better understand the economic realities and challenges facing their respective business operations.

Prior to joining the Hutchison Group, Mr. Brennan spent twenty years with PepsiCo and the Proctor and Gamble Corporation, holding such key positions as Vice President of International Trade and Business Development, Director of Engineering, and Manager of Operations.

Mr. Brennan is a certified professional engineer. His educational preparation includes a Jurist Doctorate from Rutgers University School of Law, BS in Civil Engineering, and BS in Business and Economics. In recognition of his extensive experience establishing business operations in foreign countries, Mr. Brennan was selected by the Bush Administration to serve as a member of the president’s committee to evaluate business opportunities in Russia and Eastern Europe.