The Fiat Automobiles Chrysler, also known as the FCA is known a multinational corporation and the seventh largest group in the world of motor maker. In 2014 by the merger of Fiat SpA in a new holding company in the Netherlands with seat created Social in London, UK and indicators on the Borsa Italiana and New York Stock Exchange.
The company has two main subsidiaries: FCA Italy (Formerly The Fiat Group Automobiles) and American FCA (formerly Chrysler LLC) with many well-known car brands such as Alfa Romeo, Chrysler, Dodge, Fiat, Fiat Professional, Jeep, Lancia, Ram Trucks, Abarth, SRT and Mopar. CAF also owns Ferrari, Maserati, Comau, Magneti Marelli, Teksid. Today FCA is divided into four regions (NAFTA, LATAM, APAC, EMEA).
Fiat Corporate Governance
The CEO, management direction and about twenty-two employees of London. Other operating activities of the new group were unchanged, with the production, design and engineering other facilities in Turin, Italy, and Auburn Hills, Michigan, United States (and other places in the world, including Canada, India, Mexico, Brazil, Argentina, Poland and China).
Board of Directors: the executive members of the Board in October 2014 CAF are John Elkann (Chairman) and Sergio Marchionne (CEO), Non-Executive Directors Ronald L. Thompson, Andrea Agnelli, Tiberto Brandolini d Adda, Glenn Earle, Valerie A. Mars, Ruth J. Simmons, Patience Wheatcroft, Stephen Wolf and Ermenegildo Zegna.
FCA Italy (Formerly The Fiat Group Automobiles) and FCA US (formerly Chrysler Group): FCA in its automobile production company committed by two main subsidiaries. The two name changes were announced in December 2014 in Italy FCA includes the Italian car brands based, namely, Abarth, Alfa Romeo, Fiat, Fiat Professional and Lancia Fiat Powertrain engine manufacturer, with its subsidiary VM Motori. FCA includes US brands of American origin, namely, Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep and Ram Trucks, free services and organization Mopar parts.
Other companies are luxury car (Maserati, Ferrari) and components (Magneti Marelli Automotive Lighting) manufacturers and the companies on the automation of production (Comau) and Foundry (Teksid, 84.8% shares). Other joint ventures and subsidiaries are carried out by the company FCA Italy and the United States FCA. FCA is also available in the print media and the fields of advertising through its subsidiary Editrice Italiana (publisher of newspapers La Stampa and Il Secolo XIX Italian) and an interest in RCS Media Group.
Fiat Financial Results
In 2013, sales were € 87 billion, an increase of 3% in nominal terms and by 7% on a constant currency basis. Current operating income amounted to € 3.4 billion and net income was almost € 2 billion.
The new logo was created by the Italian brand FCA companies Robilant Associati, stop the use of Fiat SpA and Chrysler Pentastar logo for branding the group.