Johnson Controls announced it has appointed Greg Guyett executive vice president, Corporate Development, effective Aug. 10. In this role, Guyett will have responsibility for maintaining and developing relationships with external financial advisory firms, leading merger and acquisition activities, and working with the businesses on growth initiatives for the multi industrial company.
Guyett will report to Bruce McDonald, executive vice president and vice chairman. "Greg is a strong-strategic thinker and he will bring valuable global investment banking experience to help guide us on our journey to become a leading multi-industrial company," said McDonald.
Guyett most recently served as head of investment banking, Asia Pacific for J.P. Morgan. Prior to that, Guyett served in a number of assignments with J.P. Morgan across the globe. Earlier in his career he was a senior banker advising many of the largest industrial and automotive companies on a broad range of strategic issues.
Guyett received a bachelor's degree in art and archaeology from Princeton University.