I'm telling you, the change from Aguirre to Lonergan is not a change for the better, and we know how terrible Fernando was. Aguirre was very impressed with...Aguirre. Enough said. Lonergan was at Diversey for 5 years and they stagnated. Why would this be any different. Hint. It won't be.
Look into his "turnaround" experience. It doesn't exist. He was a regional sales guy in Europe with Gillette and then CEO of Diversey whose value went from ~4$ billion to ~$2 billion under his watch. Cost cutting was his only tool, and based on the operations at CQB so far I don't even see that.