- Name: Trevor Rahill
- Expertise: International BusinessDevelopment; Finance; M&A
- About Trevor Rahill:
Trevor has more than 25 years of experience in senior leadership roles in the Flavor & Fragrance (F&F) and Food Ingredient industries. He has demonstrated success at building businesses and creating shareholder value via organic growth, operational improvement initiatives, strategic initiatives, and acquisitions and integrations in which he has played a leading role in more than 15 transactions of varying size and complexity. Naturally Trevor has a passion for international business and cultures developed over 35 years of global travel.
Trevor is the Founder and President of Focus International LLC which he founded in 2009. His overriding vision is to support his clients by providing the resources they need that they don’t currently have to execute strategic initiatives or solve operational problems. Prior to founding Focus International, Trevor held a number of senior executive roles at 2 of the Top 10 global Flavor companies. Trevor was Senior VP – Finance and International at Wild Flavors responsible for Asia and Latin America, and prior to that worked for Sensient Technologies (NYSE: SXT) for a total of 19 years in increasingly senior positions. His last role at Sensient was that of VP and CFO of the $0.8 billion revenue, Flavor & Fragrance Division as well as direct management of the Divisions European business units.
Trevor is also on the Advisory Board of IT Capital LLC, which is a Merchant Bank, formed to invest specifically in mature middle market (up to $300M market cap) software and technology companies and develop disruptive marketplace solutions. In his quest to improve the ingredients industry, Trevor has partnered with IT Capital, LLC to build and develop a global ingredients market place that will not only change the way that companies source their ingredients but ultimately develop industry solutions that will cut costs and raise profits while simultaneously reducing much of the complexity and inefficiencies faced by the industry.