Timothy Armour currently works at the Capital Group where he is the Chief Executive Officer. A former hedge fund manager and experienced investor, Timothy believes that there are way too many expensive and ordinary funds that occasionally shortchange investors. He agrees with Warren Buffet that investors should commit to investments that are simple, low cost and long term. According to Timothy Armour, the bottom-up investing approach by Mr. Buffet has been effective over the decades. He further stresses the fact that there is need for the Americans to save more when it comes to retirement. Timothy believes that one of the most critical things that an investor can do in order to grow their egg nest is to do better compared to the crowd in bad times.
Having served in the field of investment for more than 30 years, Timothy Armour has accumulated lots of experience both in investment and management. Due to his outstanding leadership skills, Timothy Armour has managed to work together with other great leaders in order to make sure that Capital Group succeeds and also achieve its strategic goals. It was back in 1983 that Timothy started his vocation with Capital Group. He has managed to dedicate both his energy and time towards the success of the company. Timothy started his career as an Associate at the Capital Group and has over the years seen one promotion after another.
After James Rothenberg, the former Chairman and CEO of Capital Group, passed away in July 2015, Timothy Armour was appointed to be the company’s new CEO and Chairman. Launched in 1931in Los Angeles, California, Capital Group is an investment company that is described as the largest and oldest investment company in the world. The company has offices in the United States, London, Sydney and Tokyo. Timothy Armour has attributed his success in the investment field to hard work, commitment and discipline.
Sheldon Lavin is CEO of one of America’s top meat wholesale distributors and can be credited for making the company into a huge international merchant. That company is OSI Group, a company based in Chicago but with operations in many countries beyond the US borders. Lavin stayed true to a dream he had when he took over to turn the company into not just a profitable enterprise, but one that valued people the most.
As a result of OSI Group’s great impact, Sheldon Lavin won the 2016 Global Visionary Award from Global Vision Academy. Lavin has also won the North American Meat Institute’s Edward Jones award for community service by a meat industry executive.
Sheldon Lavin was an accounting and investing professional before he joined OSI Group. But after years working in the bank offices, he stepped down to run his own consulting firm. During this time Otto & Sons, the original name of OSI Group asked him to join their company on a part time basis to offer guidance in financial structuring and investing.
In the early 1970s Sheldon Lavin was asked to take over as company CEO, an offer he wasn’t interested in at first because he wanted to stick to Financial Consulting. But after discussing it some more with the owners and hearing from the McDonalds Corporation how much they wanted him to join, he decided to buy the owner’s shares and run the company.
Sheldon Lavin changed the name of Otto & Sons to OSI Group because it started becoming a worldwide operating company. Even just this last year they opened a new plant in the Philippines. Some strategic acquisitions they made were Flagship Europe, though they asked the current CEO Russell Maddock to stay, and several plants owned by Baho Food and Tyson Food.
Sheldon Lavin also had made sure OSI Group adheres to some of the industry’s tightest safety regulations, and doing so helped OSI Group win the British Safety Council’s Globe of Honour. Lavin’s community service work includes giving to the Jewish United Fund, the Multiple Sclerosis National Society, and the Ronald McDonald House Charities Foundation.