Fortune Brands Outlines Go-Forward Strategies for Two World-Class Publicly Traded Companies at 2022 Investor Day
Leaders to Discuss Strategic Vision for
As Fortune Brands and MasterBrand prepare to pursue independent paths, members of the senior leadership teams of both companies will present an update on each company’s strategic initiatives, growth plans and value creation drivers.
In the morning session, Fortune Brands CEO
“I am thrilled to introduce Fortune Brands Innovations, a brand, innovation and channel leader in the home, security and commercial building markets. With leading positions in attractive growth markets, an aligned organization underpinned by the Fortune Brands Advantage capabilities that position us to drive exceptional returns, and a talented team with a track record of through-the-cycle value creation, we are well positioned to drive supercharged growth,” said Fink. “Our focus on safety and sustainability, our ongoing digital transformation, and our disciplined approach to strategic acquisitions also set the stage for further long-term value creation. Taken together, I’m incredibly excited about the path forward for Fortune Brands Innovations.”
In the afternoon session,
Banyard stated, “I am honored to lead MasterBrand, a company grounded in 70 years of rich history, as it starts a new chapter as an independent company. Our strategic transformation has enabled us to make great progress across our product lines and operations and we see tremendous opportunities ahead. Further evolution of
In addition, both companies will provide an update on expectations for 2023 and outline future financial targets.
The Fortune Brands presentation will begin at
A live video webcast and accompanying slide presentation will be available on the Investor Relations section of the FBHS website at https://ir.fbhs.com/upcoming-events, or at the Investor Day event site at https://investorday.fbhs.com. A replay will also be available online following the event.
About Fortune Brands
The Company’s growing portfolio of complementary businesses and innovative brands includes Moen and the
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