Jean-Hugues J. Monier

Partner, New York, USA

Jean-Hugues is the co leader of the Joint Venture between A&A and Corporate Finance.

Publications

Five Lessons on the Growing importance of the Industrial CFO

Top CFOs build a lean, effective finance infrastructure that allows them to meet challenges that extend beyond classic control, finance and compliance issues. As a result, these CFOs have a greater ability to shape the success of their organizations. Part 14 of McKinsey & Company's series on automotive corporate finance reveals five principles of high-performing automotive and industrial CFOs in today's volatile business environment.

Why Can't We be Friends? Five Steps to Better Relations between CFOs and CMOs

The application of data analytics offers a useful approach for building more collaboration in support of stronger growth. Learn about five actions that CMOs and CFOs can take to develop stronger partnerships.

Best of Best – Benchmarking the Intrinsic Performance of Automotive Players

Automotive and assembly players that want to have a clear idea of their standing compared to their competitors and of how they can improve their position in the eyes of investors are good candidates for Best of Best (BoB) benchmarking. While not a panacea, this benchmarking approach gives leaders the insights they need to improve their performance both internally and in terms of the company's financial market attractiveness.

Perspectives on Value Creation in the Automotive Industry

Why do investors view the automotive industry the way they do, and what can OEMs and suppliers do about it? Find out by attending the Automotive & Assembly Extranet’s webcast on “2013 update on value creation in automotive industry” this April 24th at 1400 CET.

Successful value-generation strategies in Automotive Industry

In 2012, volumes and profitability in the automotive industry have recovered more quickly than expected. But capital markets valuation of OEMs and suppliers generally remain below pre-crisis levels, as significant uncertainties remain regarding future profitability. Decomposing OEM and supplier capital markets performance along key drivers reveals a significant polarization between winners and median players. This Webcast will provide an overview of successful and failed OEM archetypes, and will summarize the results of McKinsey's profit pool and valuation forecast models. McKinsey experts Jean-Hugues Monier (New York), David Kohn (New York), and Harald Deubener (Stuttgart) will discuss potential strategies for OEM archetypes for how to best address this situation (strengthening existing business versus fundamental transformation).

Podcast: Filling the Automotive Profit Pool

McKinsey & Company's analysis of the global automotive sector reveals a wave of value destruction that continues to batter the industry, caused by too much focus on growth and too little on profitability. Learn how two options – industry consolidation and focused cooperation – could help the industry achieve sustainable profit levels.

Filling the Automotive Profit Pool

McKinsey & Company's analysis of the global automotive sector reveals a wave of value destruction that continues to batter the industry, caused by too much focus on growth and too little on profitability. Learn how two options – industry consolidation and focused cooperation – could help the industry achieve sustainable profit levels.

Automotive and Corporate Finance

Automotive executives have long felt – from their point of view – that the low valuations their companies receive from capital markets worldwide do not reflect their true worth. McKinsey & Company's new Automotive and Corporate Finance brochure provides the insights and approaches managers can use to bridge the gap between perception and reality. Copies are now available.

By the Numbers: Benchmarking Automotive Success

As competition reaches threshold levels in the global automotive industry, OEMs need to know where they excel, where they can improve, and where they need to launch aggressive programs to lift their performance as quickly as possible. Learn how a solid benchmarking effort can enable companies to uncover what separates the best from the rest.

Shaping a Winning Portfolio

To succeed today, managers must determine the optimal portfolio of businesses that will drive the most value for shareholders. Successfully tackling this problem requires a rigorous assessment of a company's capabilities and strengths to determine whether it is the "natural" owner of each of its businesses.  

Stalled on Wall Street? Diagnosing Capital Markets

Why do some automotive and assembly players lack "street credibility" when it comes to the capital markets, while others enjoy peer-leading valuations? When companies get less respect from financial markets than they deserve, McKinsey & Company's Capital Markets Diagnostic can provide the information required to help build credibility.

Fast Forward: Anticipating the 2015 Automotive Landscape

While emerging from the current recession is a clear mandate, it's also critical for automotive CEOs and CFOs to know the major automotive industry trends that will emerge in the next 5 to 10 years, how they will affect business, and how their companies should react. McKinsey's 2015 Industry Landscape Evolution initiative provides an effective path "back to the future" for automotive executives.