Thanks to a filling from the Turin Companies Register in Italy, an Italian chamber of commerce regulatory division, we have now the names of the first members of the FCA NV board.
The newly created Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV, which should come to life as a legal entity in the Netherlands, have its global headquarters in London and get stake transactions on the New York Stock Exchange and Milan Mercato Telematico Azionario, and has emerged from Fiat SpA’s full acquisition of the US automaker Chrysler Group LLC.
Now, the newly created automaker needs to get its final approval from Fiat’s shareholders, due before the end of September and since October enter the New York stock exchange.
FCA has disclosed the name of its three reunited board members – Sergio Marchionne, the CEO of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles; Richard Palmer, CFO of both Chrysler and Fiat and Derek James Neilson, chief manufacturing officer of CNH Industrial.
The new company stated that its full board of directors would get later on this year as the shareholders meeting takes hold, though the automaker would opt to still have separate boards for both Fiat and Chrysler, which recently took its members tally from nine to 13 executives.