Chief Financial Officer
Robert Touger joined United Technologies Corporation in 1992. After spending a year as a Manager responsible for tax planning and analysis in the Corporate Office tax department, Robert transferred to Pratt & Whitney to establish a local tax planning and consulting function supporting the business with international, federal and state tax matters. In 1996, Robert was promoted to Director of Taxes in an expanding role supporting major M&A activities predominately in the aftermarket segment of the business.
In 2001, Robert relocated to Singapore to service as Finance Director, Eagle Services Asia (ESA). ESA is a joint venture between Pratt & Whitney and SIA Engineering Company. It was formed in 1998 for the overhaul of PW4000, JT9D, and CFM56 engines in the Asia Pacific region. In his role as Finance Director, Robert was an active member of the leadership team driving productivity gains in the shop and cost reduction opportunities. During his tenure, ESA increased sales by over 50% and more than tripled its margins, while accelerating cash flow and working capital performance.
In July 2003, Robert was promoted to Vice President Finance, Pratt & Whitney Global Service Partners (GSP). In this role, Robert provided financial support and guidance to operational leadership and helped drive growth, productivity, and cost reduction opportunities throughout the business units located around the world. Robert also served as an active member on multiple Boards of Director for GSP’s joint venture companies where he provided guidance and strategic direction for the growth initiatives. During his tenure, GSP sales grew 75% to $2.4B with margin expansion of over 300%.
In 2007, Robert was named Vice President Finance, Module Centers & Operations. In this role, Robert provided financial guidance to manufacturing leadership in support of cost reduction, delivery performance, and cash management. Robert was actively engaged in product sourcing strategies and optimization cost structure for the internal production facilities
Robert joined Aerostrucutres in February 2013, as the Vice President of Finance. In this role, he has been actively engaged in integration efforts and implementation of UTC standard work. He has also advanced the Finance Organization, as business partner, supporting Aerostructures leadership with top line growth, cost management, and working capital performance.
Robert is a graduate of the State University of New York at Stony Brook and holds a J.D. from the University Of Connecticut School Of Law and an advanced degree in tax law from Boston University School of Law.