Management Board

An experienced, dedicated management team

INEOS Styrolution brings together a team of industry executives who understand the challenges facing customers in their specific markets. Their commitment to excellence and decades of experience in the styrenics industry offer genuine added value.

  • Kevin McQuadeCEO

    Kevin McQuade serves as Chief Executive Officer of INEOS Styrolution. Kevin McQuade's career began in 1980 at Mobil Chemical Company, where he held various technical, production and commercial positions before moving to BASF in 1992 and becoming business director for the Styrenics division. In 2005, he was elected Commercial Director of the Styrenics business unit of INEOS, with responsibility for global sales and marketing activities for styrene monomer and styrenic polymers. He went on to represent INEOS as a board member during the time of the NOVA Innovene joint venture and subsequently became CEO of the INEOS NOVA joint venture and later INEOS Styrenics. Prior to his current role, he served at INEOS Styrolution as President Americas and President EMEA. McQuade holds chemical engineering degrees from The Cooper Union and the University of Delaware and an MBA from New York University.

  • Markus FieselerCFO

    Markus Fieseler is appointed CFO of INEOS Styrolution. Prior to his assignment, he served 24 years in finance, accounting and controlling in the chemical industry. Fieseler started at BASF in Internal Audit and Accounting with assignments in BASF Corporation, USA, and BASF Italy. He held various senior executive roles, including CFO of BASF Business Center CIS, Russia, and CFO of BASF Mexico and Central America & Caribbean. Between 2003 and 2011, he served as Vice President for the Styrenics Division at BASF. Initially, he was in charge of the global controlling department. Later, he was a core member of the negotiation team for divesture of the Styrenics Division. Fieseler holds a diploma degree from the University-Gesamthochschule Paderborn, Germany, and Trent Polytechnic Nottingham, England.

  • Rob BuntinxPresident Europe, Middle East and Africa

    Rob Buntinx is INEOS Styrolution's President Europe, Middle East and Africa. He also holds responsibility for the company's R&D, as well as its global automotive and healthcare industry teams. Buntinx started his career in 1990 at DSM in the Netherlands, where he held various technical and marketing roles. After joining BASF in 1999, he filled a number of commercial management positions in the company's specialty polymers organization. In 2011, he joined Styrolution as Vice President EMEA Styrenic Specialties and in 2013, assumed the role of Senior Vice President, Global Industry Management and R&D. Buntinx received a degree in chemical engineering from Hogeschool Zuyd in the Netherlands.

  • Alexander GlückPresident Americas

    Dr. Alexander Glück has been appointed President, Americas. He has a career in the chemical industry spanning over 20 years. After holding a position as senior manager for the polystyrene business in Asia, he assumed responsibility for product management of Terluran and Luran in Europe. From 2008 onwards, he served as Vice President Global Marketing and Innovation for the BASF Styrenics Division. Prior to his current role, Glück served as Styrolution's Senior Vice President, Global Strategy, R&D, and Procurement. Glück received his PhD in chemistry from Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität in Munich, Germany.

  • Steve HarringtonPresident Global Styrene Monomer/ President Asia-Pacific

    Steve Harrington is President Global Styrene Monomer and President Asia-Pacific. During Harrington's 25-year career, he has held various commercial roles at INEOS, and previously worked for ICI and Unilever. He holds a degree in chemistry from Hull University in England and currently serves as chairman of the Styrene Information and Research Center.

  • Pierre MinguetPresident of Operations

    Pierre Minguet assumes the role of INEOS Styrolution's President of Operations and is responsible for the company's manufacturing and technology excellence programs globally. Prior to this role, he served as INEOS Styrolution's Senior Vice President EMEA Manufacturing. Minguet began his career in process engineering and manufacturing positions, first at Albemarle and later at Amoco. Following this, Minguet assumed various commercial and product management roles at BP Innovene. In 2005, he transitioned to INEOS where he was responsible for the polystyrene business in EMEA. When INEOS Styrolution was formed in 2011, Minguet became Vice President Polystyrene EMEA. Minguet holds a master's degree in chemical engineering from Faculté Polytechnique de Mons, Belgium.