Vanderbilt lecture available onlineListen to a lecture by Dominique Thormann, senior vice president, administration and finance for Nissan North America Inc. (NNA). As senior vice president, Thormann oversees all finance, legal, human resources, business strategy, corporate communications, captive finance, security, corporate aviation and audit for Nissan's North American operations.
He is a member of the NNA Board of Directors; Management Committee Americas (MC-A), the key decision making body for Nissan in North, Central and South America; and the U.S. Management Committee (MC-US).
Prior to assuming his current position, he was senior vice president, administration and finance for Nissan Europe, and was responsible for all activities related to human resources, finance, corporate communications, legal and business strategy operations for Nissan Europe.
Thormann joined Nissan Motor Co., Ltd., in Tokyo in 1999 as deputy general manager, investor relations and financial strategy. In April 2002, he was named vice president, global communications and investor relations.
Prior to joining Nissan, Thormann worked for Renault, SA in its investor relations department and for Renault Credit International as treasurer. Before that, he worked for The Chase Manhattan Bank between 1979 and 1989 in various positions in New York, Rome, Milan and Paris.
Thormann holds a bachelor’s degree in international relations from Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, MD, and a master’s degree in international relations from the university’s School of Advanced International Studies in Washington, DC.
The lecture was sponsored by the Owen Graduate School of Management Japanese Business Club.
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