Spirit AeroSystems, a large non-original equipment manufacturer (OEM) of aerostructures for commercial aircraft, has named Mark Suchinski as vice president of finance and treasurer, reporting to senior vice president (SVP) and chief financial officer (CFO) Phil Anderson.
Suchinski has served since July 2010 as vice president of financial planning and analysis (FP&A) and corporate contracts, where he is responsible for development of integrated long-range business plans as well as managing the customer contracting and pricing processes focused on managing risk, meeting customer requirements, and driving shareholder value.
As treasurer, Suchinski is responsible for all of Spirit AeroSystems’ corporate treasury activities, including global banking, capital structure planning, capital markets execution, strategic and operational cash management, debt management and compliance, and insurance.
Suchinski has more than 20 years of finance leadership experience as chief accounting officer (CAO), corporate controller, and segment controller across multiple industries including aerospace and defence, consumer goods, and transportation and logistics. Suchinski earned a Bachelor of Accounting from DePaul University in Chicago, IL.
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