Principal, Industrial Products Senior Analyst
Areas of focus: Industrial Products
Jason assists clients in the industrial products, consumer products and financial services industries and has more than 15 years of experience serving large multinational clients with particular emphasis on SEC clients, Fortune 500 and middle market companies. Jason has previously advised clients in the areas of accounting, risk management, mergers and acquisitions, process design and improvement, internal audit, regulatory compliance, internal and external financial reporting and information technology system implementation. Strong record of accomplishment of people, team and practice development across North America, Europe, Latin America, Africa and Asia.
Jason is also on the Board of Directors of the RSM US Foundation and a member of RSM’s cutting edge Industry Eminence Program, which positions its senior analysts to understand, forecast and communicate economic, business and technology trends shaping the industries RSM serves.
The trade war between the United States and China is exacerbating a manufacturing industry slowdown, creating headwinds on multiple fronts.
When there are signs of an economic slow-down in your business, the best approach is to pay attention—and plan for what may come.
Headwinds may be battering automakers and their suppliers, but there are elements that can be controlled in this environment.
Cost-cutting initiatives at major automakers are in reaction to what appears to be a near-term peak in global vehicle demand.
Auto suppliers face headwinds but there are options. We look at the results of the Q2 2019 OESA Automotive Supplier Barometer.
North American vehicle sales to enter an eroding plateau in 2019 as transportation alternatives and rising costs diminish demand.
From talent to supply chain, manufacturers are facing a variety of risks in today’s marketplace. We break down the key areas to consider.
Challenges and opportunities in growth, technology, the workforce, trade and logistics to watch in the coming year.
The tight labor market and increasing wages will continue to put a strain on middle market manufacturing profitability in 2019.