John Hailer; Board Member at Global Partner
John Hailer, the former CEO of Natixis Global Asset Management, has been appointed to the Global Partners’s Board of Directors, a leading midstream in petroleum products and renewable fuel.
Global Partners LP announced the appointment of John Hailer as a member of its Board, effective from July 2, 2018. John brings a wealth of valuable business experience and leadership skills to help grow the organization. Among his many accomplishments, he has served as CEO of several companies, including 1251 Capital Group, New England Funds and
Natixis Global Asset Management.
Hailer is a veteran executive with more than 30 years of leadership experience in both public and private companies. John, former president, and chief executive officer of Natixis Investment Managers and incoming Chair of the Global Partners Board, is a proven leader with extensive experience in financial services, risk management, and regulatory compliance. John previously served as president and CEO of New England Fund, where he oversaw all aspects of business operations.
The Company’s business is to acquire, develop and operate midstream energy infrastructure assets essential for transporting crude oil and natural gas across North America. These assets include terminals for storing petroleum products or storing natural gas liquids, pipelines that move crude oil from production sites to refineries, gathering systems that gather crude oil from smaller pipelines into larger ones, underground storage fields where stored products are held until they’re needed, liquefied natural gas facilities used for making LNG into transportable form via marine tankers and marine vessels used to transport hydrocarbons between points on earth regardless of location (including import/export capabilities)
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