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Sig Huber

Senior Managing Director

As a senior managing director, Sig Huber has over 20 years experience in automotive OEM global leadership roles involving turnaround, reorganization, bankruptcy, M&A, purchasing and supply chain, supplier diversity, labor relations, government affairs, and corporate communications.

Due to our extensive automotive experience and strong relationships with key industry stakeholders, we are uniquely positioned to navigate our clients through complex transactions in an effective and efficient manner that preserves enterprise value on a going forward basis.
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Before joining Riveron, Sig Huber was a global director of purchasing with Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA), where he was a member of the leadership team that took Chrysler through its bankruptcy and subsequent purchase by Fiat. He was involved with many aspects of the transaction, including negotiations with the Obama Auto Task Force, managing critical supply chain issues, corporate cash management, and employee/supplier communications. Sig was also an active participant in the Fiat due diligence process prior to its purchase of Chrysler.

Sig had broad based responsibilities in the purchasing organization that included leading supplier risk management teams in Italy, Brazil, China, and North America as well as managing supplier union/labor relations, supplier diversity, and numerous other areas.

Prior to his experience at FCA, Sig worked for Toyota where he served in numerous roles ranging from senior legal counsel to various leadership positions in purchasing and government affairs.

Education and Certifications

  • Juris Doctor, California Western School of Law
  • Bachelor of Arts, University of California, San Diego

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