During this Vision Dinner, Tim Tieleman, CFO of Mammoet, will share his vision on the flexibility of finance, and how he manages assets and capital in tight time frames. How do you navigate capital and assets in a global setting with numerous tax systems? When do you build capacity, and when do you let unprofitable projects go? Tim Tieleman will discuss the best practices and lessons learned at Mammoet, assuring an in-depth and rich discussion on several financial aspects. We cordially invite you to attend this event.
Tim Tieleman, Mammoet
Mr. T.H. (Tim) Tieleman started working at Mammoet in April 2014 and became CFO of the American region in 2016. He joined the parent company SHV Holdings in 2020 as Corporate Director Internal Audit, before becoming the CFO of Mammoet in May 2021. Prior to joining Mammoet, Tieleman worked as a Senior Associate at Booz & Company.
Mr. Tieleman earned a degree in Theology from the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam and a degree in Religious Studies from Leiden University. Afterwards, he obtained a degree in Management from Nyenrode Business University
Mammoet provides solutions to any heavy lifting or transport challenge. We aim to develop long-term relationships with our clients in order to understand their businesses and challenges. By working closely with our partners, we realize the most efficient and cost-effective approaches.
We have a unique global network and an unparalleled fleet of equipment. Our extensive engineering expertise and high quality and safety standards deliver value to a wide breadth of industry sectors and projects. Clients trust us to help them achieve feats that were once considered impossible, and we have often broken records in doing so.
Mammoet is a Dutch firm specialized in engineered heavy lifting and transport and a true global market leader. The company is part of the biggest Dutch family-owned firm, SHV Holdings. Mammoet relies on efficient global use of labour, assets and locations in order to be profitable. This calls for a strategic view on equipment ownership and footprint flexibility, with special attention towards capital allocation and international tax systems.
17:30 | Doors open
18:00 | Program
20:30 | End
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