Matthew Simoncini Net Worth

The estimated Net Worth of Matthew Simoncini is at least $57.3 Million dollars as of 5 November 2018. Mr. Simoncini owns over 5,500 units of Cooper-Standard stock worth over $198,440 and over the last 14 years he sold CPS stock worth over $57,088,327. In addition, he makes $0 as Director at Cooper-Standard.

Mr. Simoncini CPS stock SEC Form 4 insider trading

Matthew has made over 25 trades of the Cooper-Standard stock since 2006, according to the Form 4 filled with the SEC. Most recently he bought 5,500 units of CPS stock worth $398,640 on 5 November 2018.

The largest trade he’s ever made was selling 123,162 units of Cooper-Standard stock on 18 February 2016 worth over $12,791,605. On average, Matthew trades about 15,335 units every 100 days since 2006. As of 5 November 2018 he still owns at least 5,500 units of Cooper-Standard stock.

You can see the complete history of Mr. Simoncini stock trades at the bottom of the page.

Matthew Simoncini biography

Matthew J. Simoncini is appointed as Director of the company effective August 1, 2018. He most recently served as president, CEO and a director of Lear Corporation. He is presently serving as an advisor to Lear until the end of 2018. During his 21-year career at Lear, Simoncini served in numerous roles of increasing responsibility, including senior vice president and CFO, senior vice president of finance and chief accounting officer, and vice president of global finance. Simoncini’s career at Lear also included the roles of vice president of finance forEurope, as well as vice president of finance for the company’s Electrical & Electronics and DaimlerChrysler divisions. Simoncini joined Lear, with the acquisition of United Technologies Automotive, as director of finance for the Motors division. Simoncini currently serves on the board of directors for the Bing Youth Institute, the Detroit Children’s Fund, theMichiganOpera Theatre, the Parade Company, theWayne State UniversityFoundation and several other non-profit and community organizations. He earned a bachelor’s degree and received an honorary Doctor of Law degree from Wayne State University in Detroit.

How old is Matthew Simoncini?

Matthew Simoncini is 57, he’s been the Director of Cooper-Standard since 2018. There are 10 older and 6 younger executives at Cooper-Standard. The oldest executive at Cooper-Standard Holdings, Inc. is Thomas Sidlik, 69, who is the Independent Director.

What’s Matthew Simoncini’s mailing address?

Matthew’s mailing address filed with the SEC is 21557 TELEGRAPH ROAD, , SOUTHFIELD, MI, 48034.

Insider trading at Cooper-Standard

Over the last 6 years, insiders at Cooper-Standard have traded over $643,366,451 worth of Cooper-Standard stock and bought 37,976 units worth $2,270,116 . The most active insider traders include Point Capital L.P.Mule Edwa…, Hill Advisors Gen Par, L.P…., and Matthew Simoncini. On average, Cooper-Standard executives and independent directors trade stock every 12 days with the average trade being worth of $1,510,858. The most recent stock trade was executed by Susan P. Kampe on 2 November 2019, trading 750 units of CPS stock currently worth $27,518.

What does Cooper-Standard do?

Cooper-Standard Holdings, Inc. engages in the manufactures sealing, fuel and brake delivery, fluid transfer and anti-vibration systems. Its products include rubber & plastic sealing, fuel & brake lines, fluid transfer hoses and anti-vibration systems. The company was founded in 2004 and is headquartered in Novi, MI.

What does Cooper-Standard’s logo look like?

Complete history of Mr. Simoncini stock trades at Cooper-Standard and Lear

Cooper-Standard executives and stock owners

Cooper-Standard executives and other stock owners filed with the SEC include:

  • Jeffrey Edwards, Chairman of the Board, Chief Executive Officer
  • Juan de Miguel Posada, Senior Vice President and President, Europe, South America and India
  • Keith Stephenson, Chief Operating Officer, Executive Vice President
  • Song Min Lee, Senior Vice President and President, Asia
  • Jeffrey DeBest, Senior Vice President and President, Advanced Technology Group
  • David Pumphrey, Senior Vice President and President, North America
  • Jonathan Banas, Chief Financial Officer, Executive Vice President
  • David Mastrocola, Lead Director
  • Stephen Van Oss, Independent Director
  • Thomas Sidlik, Independent Director
  • Robert Remenar, Independent Director
  • Molly Zhang, Independent Director
  • Sonya Sepahban, Independent Director
  • Justin Mirro, Independent Director
  • Matthew Simoncini, Independent Director
  • Gabrielle Corrent, Vice President, Strategy and Mergers and Acquisitions
  • Christopher Couch, Senior Vice President and Chief Innovation Officer
  • Roger Hendriksen, Director, Investor Relations
  • Aleksandra Miziolek, Chief Transformation Officer
  • Peter Brusate, Chief Accounting Officer, Vice President, Corporate Controller
  • Sharon Wenzl, Senior Vice President, Corporate Communications and Community Affairs
  • Joanna Totsky, Senior Vice President, Chief Legal Officer and Secretary
  • Susan Kampe, Senior Vice President and Chief Information and Procurement Officer
  • Lawrence Ott, Senior Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer
  • Larry Ott, Senior VP, Global HR
  • Point Capital L.P.Mule Edwa…,
  • Hill Advisors Gen Par, L.P….,
  • Matthew W Hardt, Executive VP
  • Sean O Mahoney, Director
  • Hill Advisors Gen Par, L.P….,
  • William Pumphrey, President, North America
  • Patrick Clark, * See Remarks
  • Hans Helmrich, Sr. VP, Global Manufacturing
  • Peifang Zhang, Director
  • Glenn R August, Director
  • Helen Therese Yantz, VP, Controller & Asst. Sec.
  • Larry Jutte, Director
  • Allen James Campbell, Executive VP & CFO
  • Hill Advisors Gen Par, L.P….,
  • Kenneth L Way, Director
  • Timothy Ward Hefferon, See Remarks
  • Jeffrey E Kirt, Director
  • Point Capital L.P.Mule Edwa…,