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Fiat S.p.A. Named to Dow Jones Sustainability Indices World and Europe for Fifth Consecutive Year


September 12, 2013 , Auburn Hills, Mich. -

As continued recognition of its leadership in sustainability, it was announced today that Fiat S.p.A. has been included in the prestigious Dow Jones Sustainability Indices (DJSI) World and Europe for the fifth consecutive year. The Group’s economic, environmental and social performance place it among the world’s leading companies: membership in the DJSI World and DJSI Europe equity indexes is limited to companies judged best-in-class when compared with the majority of their peers based on selected sustainability criteria.

To read the full release: http://www.fiatspa.com/en-US/sustain...es_Indices.pdf


Sustainability at Chrysler Group
Chrysler Group is committed to charting a sustainable course that balances the demands of environmental, social and economic aspects. The measurement of success must go beyond the traditional bottom line and extend to recognition of the environment and the needs of individuals both inside and outside the Company. While Chrysler Group works to continually create an exciting lineup of fuel-efficient vehicles, the entire enterprise is committed to minimizing the impact its products and processes have on the global environment.

Additional information can be found at: Chrysler Group LLC - Sustainability

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Fiat’s headquarters move ?

Fiat’s headquarters move risks political pain


01/28/2014

Fiat CEO Sergio Marchionne, who just managed to take full control of Chrysler, is about to unveil his next trick: moving the Italian group’s 115-year-old headquarters out of Italy.

As sources close to the company point out, Marchionne has said a New York share listing is on the table, he is likely to base the new company in Europe under a tax-efficient UK domicile.


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The CEO is treading carefully in the United States and Italy, whose governments have bailed out Chrysler and funded temporary layoffs at Fiat.

“I’ve seen weirder things happen,” Marchionne told reporters at the Detroit auto show earlier this month. “So I sincerely hope they don’t create obstacles.”

Fiat is taking full control of Chrysler after striking a $4.35 billion deal to buy the 41.5 percent it didn’t already own from a union retiree health care fund. The deal creates the world’s seventh-largest automaker with operations in 40 countries and brands including Alfa Romeo, Dodge, Ferrari, Jeep and Maserati. A neutral country base could help anchor the merger. Still, previous owner Daimler’s attempt to run Chrysler from Germany ended in failure and a $29 billion loss.

Registering the group in the Netherlands with a UK tax domicile – as Marchionne did with the spun-off CNH Industrial – could ultimately deprive the United States and Italy of tax revenue on some overseas earnings, experts say.

Britain has steadily cut its corporate tax rate — to a proposed 20 percent in 2015 — and reduced the tax burden on profit from foreign subsidiaries in low-tax jurisdictions. Marchionne, 61, a trained lawyer and tax accountant by training, is due to present his proposals to Fiat’s board on Wednesday.


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Fiat-Chrysler CEO seeks US listing for merged group as of Oct. 1


01/29/2014

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Jan 29 (Reuters) - The CEO of Fiat-Chrysler said on Wednesday he would like to complete the listing of the newly merged Fiat Chrysler Automobiles in the United States as of Oct. 1, but acknowledged it may be tough to do so.

"It's a relatively large undertaking," Sergio Marchionne said in a conference call with analysts.


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Fiat and Chrysler Adopt a New Logo

Fiat and Chrysler Adopt a New Logo


January 29, 2014 , Turin, Italy -



Following an initial phase with the two corporate logos appearing side-by-side – symbolizing the desire to respect the history, culture and industrial roots of the two groups – both Fiat and Chrysler now require a new corporate identity representative of an organization that is much more than the sum of its two component parts, based on strong core values that represents a unique corporate culture, a common vision and a Group with an international reach.

Created by RobilantAssociati, this branding project began with definition of a distinct strategic concept that served as the basis for creation of the name, logo, house style and entire corporate identity, whose universal and essential forms are strongly expressive and evocative.

Use of an acronym helps create a transition from the past, without severing the roots, while at the same time reflecting the global scope of the Group’s activities. Easy to understand, pronounce and remember, it is a name well suited to a modern, international marketplace.

The three letters in the logo are grouped in a geometric configuration inspired by the essential shapes used in automobile design: the F, derived from a square, symbolizes concreteness and solidity; the C, derived from a circle, representing wheels and movement, symbolizes harmony and continuity; and finally, the A, derived from a triangle, indicates energy and a perennial state of evolution.

The logo’s design lends itself to an extraordinary range of symbolic interpretations. It uses a versatile, modern language capable of expressing continuous change without losing its core identity.

The new logo will be adopted by Fiat and Chrysler as soon as practicable and before completion of the reorganization of the new Group.

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Fiat Group Closes 2013 Posting Trading Profit of €3.4 Billion and Net Industrial Debt of €6.6 Billion With a Significant Reduction in Losses in EMEA, the Premium Strategy Yielding Promising Initial Results

Fiat Group closes 2013 posting trading profit of €3.4 billion and net industrial debt of €6.6 billion with a significant reduction in losses in EMEA, the premium strategy yielding promising initial results, and strong cash generation of €1.7 billion in the fourth quarter

Worldwide shipments were up 3% over the prior year to 4.4 million units, driven by growth in NAFTA and APAC which more than offset moderate contractions in LATAM and EMEA.

Jeep set an all-time global sales record for the second consecutive year of 732,000 vehicles.

Revenues of €87 billion were up 3% in nominal terms, but grew 7% at constant exchange rates, with increases in NAFTA and APAC partially offset by reductions in LATAM and EMEA. Luxury Brands posted a strong year-over-year increase, with Maserati more than doubling over the prior year.

Trading profit was €3.4 billion, down from €3.5 billion in 2012 (IAS 19 restated) but up by €0.1 billion on a currency adjusted basis; trading profit for 2013 also included €0.3 billion in higher R&D amortization mainly due to new product launches in NAFTA. EMEA reduced losses by €233 million to €470 million, mainly on the back of improved product mix and cost efficiencies. APAC posted a 38% year-over-year increase to €358 million. NAFTA was down 9% (-6% at constant exchange rates), driven primarily by higher industrial costs related to product launches and the associated increase in R&D amortization. LATAM decreased 41% (-33% at constant exchange rates) driven by input cost inflation, a less favorable production mix, lower volumes and a decrease in Venezuela profitability. Both Ferrari and Maserati posted significant year-over-year improvements, with Maserati tripling to €171 million.

Net profit was €1,951 million (€896 million for 2012, IAS 19 restated), including a €1.5 billion positive impact from the recognition of net deferred tax assets related to Chrysler offset by €0.5 billion in net unusual charges. Excluding those items, net profit was €943 million (€1,140 million for 2012, IAS 19 restated).

Net industrial debt at 31 December 2013 was €6.6 billion, down from €8.3 billion at the end of Q3, with strong Q4 cash flow generation of €1.4 billion from Chrysler and €0.3 billion from Fiat ex-Chrysler. The increase in net industrial debt for 2013 was therefore limited to €0.1 billion but excluding equity investments the cash flow for the year was positive by €0.1 billion. Chrysler closed the year with a net cash position of €0.2 billion.

Total available liquidity at 31 December 2013, inclusive of €3.0 billion in undrawn committed credit lines, was €22.7 billion, up €2.6 billion from September-end. For Fiat ex-Chrysler, total available liquidity was €12.1 billion and for Chrysler €10.6 billion.

The Group indicates the following guidance for 2014: revenues of about €93 billion, trading profit in the ~€3.6 to €4.0 billion range, net income in the ~€0.6 to €0.8 billion range, with EPS to improve from ~€0.10 (ex-unusuals) to ~€0.44-€0.60 (guidance for net income takes into account increased deferred tax charge of ~€0.5 billion due to the recognition of net deferred tax assets at year-end 2013 related to Chrysler), net industrial debt in the €9.8 billion to €10.3 billion range. Guidance for net industrial debt includes cash outflows for the purchase of the remaining 41.5% minority stake in Chrysler Group LLC from the VEBA Trust (€2.7 billion), in addition to the impact of the adoption of IFRS 11, effective January 1st, 2014 (~€0.3 billion).


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Fiat S.p.A. Reorganizes After Completion of the Purchase of Chrysler Group LLC


January 29, 2014 , Turin, Italy -

Today, the Board of Directors of Fiat S.p.A. (“Fiat”) approved a corporate reorganization and the formation of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (“FCA”) as a fully-integrated global automaker.

Following Fiat’s acquisition of the minority equity interest in Chrysler Group LLC, previously held by the VEBA Trust, the Fiat Board of Directors has reviewed options for the most appropriate governance and corporate structure.

In order to establish a true peer to the major global automotive groups, in both scale and capital market appeal, the Board has decided to establish Fiat Chrysler Automobiles N.V., organized in the Netherlands, as the parent company of the Group. FCA’s common shares will be listed in New York and Milan.

“A new chapter of our story begins with the creation of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles. A journey that started over a decade ago, as Fiat sought to ensure its place in an increasingly complex marketplace, has brought together two organizations each with a great history in the automotive industry and different but complementary geographic strengths. FCA allows us to face the future with a renewed sense of purpose and vigor,” said John Elkann, Chairman of Fiat.

Sergio Marchionne, CEO of Fiat and Chairman/CEO of Chrysler Group said: “Today is one of the most important days in my career at Fiat and Chrysler. Five years ago we began to cultivate a vision that went beyond industrial cooperation to include full cultural integration at all levels. We have worked tenaciously and single-mindedly to transform differences into strengths and break down barriers of nationalistic or cultural resistance. Today we can say that we have succeeded in creating solid foundations for a global automaker with a mix of experience and know-how on a level with the best of our competitors. An international governance structure and listings will complete this vision and improve the Group’s access to global markets bringing obvious financial benefits.”

Under the proposal approved by the Fiat Board, Fiat shareholders will receive one FCA common share for each Fiat share they hold and the FCA common shares will be listed on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) with an additional listing on the Mercato Telematico Azionario (MTA) in Milan. FCA is expected to be resident for tax purposes in the United Kingdom, but this is not expected to affect the taxes payable by Group companies in the jurisdictions in which their activities are carried out.

In order to foster the development and continued involvement of a core base of long-term shareholders, FCA will adopt a loyalty voting structure, under which Fiat shareholders who are present or represented by proxy at the Fiat shareholder meeting called to vote on the proposal and who continue to hold their shares until the closing, regardless of how they vote, are eligible to receive special voting shares equivalent in number to the newly-issued FCA common shares they receive. The special voting shares will be subject to specific terms and conditions.

After the closing, shareholders who hold their FCA common shares for at least three years would also be entitled to participate in the loyalty voting structure.

FCA shareholders will be eligible for loyalty voting until they transfer their common shares. This structure is intended to facilitate a stable shareholder base and reward long-term share ownership, while allowing the Group enhanced flexibility to pursue strategic opportunities.

The proposed transaction is subject to approval of the final documentation by Fiat’s Board of Directors and shareholders.

The transaction would also be subject to limited closing conditions, including listing on the NYSE and a €500 million cap on the exercise of withdrawal rights arising under Italian law by Fiat shareholders and opposition rights by Fiat creditors. Listing on the MTA in Milan is expected to occur after trading on the NYSE has commenced.

The transaction is expected to be completed by the end of the year.

Today’s decisions, and the jurisdiction of the parent company in particular, are based on the needs and opportunities resulting from the creation of a large, global auto group through the union of Fiat and Chrysler.

The existing organization based on four operating regions will remain central to the operating and management structure of the new Group. All activities forming part of FCA will continue with the same mission, including manufacturing plants in Italy and elsewhere around the globe, with no impact on headcount.

The Group will present a long-term business plan to the financial community at the beginning of May 2014.

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Fiat Chrysler Gets Dutch Headquarters

Fiat Chrysler Gets Dutch Headquarters


January 29, 2014


AUBURN HILLS (WWJ) - Now that Fiat has complete ownership of Chrysler, the new company has a new name and a new headquarters.

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles N.V. will be headquartered in the Netherlands, with shares traded in both New York and Milan.


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“A new chapter of our story begins with the creation of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles. A journey that started over a decade ago, as Fiat sought to ensure its place in an increasingly complex marketplace, has brought together two organizations each with a great history in the automotive industry and different but complementary geographic strengths. FCA allows us to face the future with a renewed sense of purpose and vigor,” said John Elkann, Chairman of Fiat.

The changes will need to be approved by current Fiat stockholders, and the final language will need to be approved by the company’s board. The company hopes to begin trading in New York in October, and says the transaction is expected be finalized by the end of the year.

CEO Sergio Marchionne has been assuring workers that the decision on a headquarters will have no bearing on the work done at what had been Chrysler headquarters in Auburn Hills, and at Chrysler and Fiat operations around the world.

In its statement today, the company said the headquarters decision was based “on the needs and opportunities resulting from the creation of a large, global auto group through the union of Fiat and Chrysler.”

And, according to the statement, there will not be an impact on employment.

“The existing organization based on four operating regions will remain central to the operating and management structure of the new Group. All activities forming part of FCA will continue with the same mission, including manufacturing plants in Italy and elsewhere around the globe, with no impact on headcount.”

Fiat Chrysler plans to update analysts on its product strategy in May.

Chrysler announcing earlier that it made $2.8 billion in 2013, a profit helped by a one time tax gain. The adjusted net income came in at $1.8 billion.

“With the release today of our preliminary 2013 financial results we have closed a remarkable chapter in Chrysler’s proud history,” read an email sent to Chrysler workers by CEO Sergio Marchionne. “Your courage and passion have restored Chrysler to being a competitive force in the auto industry and have created a strong partner with Fiat in building an exciting new global venture. You have earned the right to take pride in our achievements to date while renewing our shared commitment to strive to be the very best.”

In the email, Marchionne stated that salaried and manufacturing workers would be entitled to a performance bonus, but did not lay out an amount. Since Chrysler’s profits are smaller, and it’s formula is different, the final number is likely to be far lower than the record $8,800 checks that Ford workers will receive.

Chrysler’s global sales were up nine percent over last year. But the company was hurt by the delayed Cherokee launch. Those vehicles are now at dealerships and selling well. So, they should help 2014 earnings.

“The ongoing demand in the SUV and truck segments is benefitting Chrysler’s Jeep and Ram brands,” said Kelley Blue Book analyst Karl Brauer. “With nearly four years of uninterrupted sales growth, bolstered by the recent introduction of the Jeep Cherokee and updates to the Ram 1500, Durango and Grand Cherokee, Chrysler has several compelling models performing well in this highly competitive market. While the Fiat brand continues to struggle, its sales woes could be offset by the Chrysler division’s all-new 200, which brings attractive styling and all-wheel drive to the high-volume midsize sedan segment. And with Fiat taking full ownership of Chrysler in 2014 the global automaker can now focus on future product development that maximizes production synergy and cost efficiencies.”

In his email, Marchionne urged Chrysler workers to embrace the global nature of the combined company.

“We need to focus on building a common future and to remove any vestiges of thinking that involves ‘us’ and ‘them.’ I ask you to continue bringing your skills and determination to make this next chapter the most rewarding one ever.”


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No employment loss seen as Fiat Chrysler Automobiles locates to Britain and Netherlands

01/31/2014


While Fiat Chrysler Automobiles will have a legal home in the Netherlands and a London address for tax purposes, the arrangement will not affect the number of people working for the combined company in Auburn Hills.


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It’s highly unlikely that there will be neither a large wave of jobs migrating to Auburn Hills nor away from Turin, Italy, according to Fiat spokesman Richard Gadeselli.

Gadeselli also represents CNH Industrial, the maker of heavy-duty agricultural and construction machinery formed by the merger of Fiat Industrial and CNH. That company also uses Britain as its tax domicile.

But most of its employees are in Turin or in Chicago, home of its North American business.

Britain was selected because taxes on dividend payments are “lower than anywhere else, so it’s done as a benefit to shareholders,” Gadeselli said. The decision is not expected to change the automaker’s local, state or federal taxes, he said.

Fiat, which became Chrysler’s controlling shareholder in 2009, acquired the remaining 41.5% of Chrysler shares owned by the UAW Retiree Medical Benefits Trust for $4.35 billion.

The new name, logo and stock symbol are designed to respect the historical roots of both companies.

“Five years ago, we began to cultivate a vision that went beyond industrial cooperation to include full cultural integration at all levels,” Fiat CEO Sergio Marchionne said in a statement. “An international governance structure and listings will complete this vision and improve access to global markets bringing obvious financial benefits.”

Under the board proposal, Fiat shareholders will receive one share of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles in return for each Fiat share they hold.
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Chrysler Group Announces Leadership Changes
May 7, 2014 , Auburn Hills, Mich. -

Chrysler Group today announced that Joe Veltri assumes responsibility for Investor Relations. The appointment is effective July 1. Veltri will continue, on an interim basis, as head of NAFTA Product Planning until a replacement is named at a later date. Marco Auriemma assumes responsibility for Alfa Romeo Finance. He previously was the head of Investor Relations for Fiat S.p.A. His appointment is effective immediately.

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Fiat Chrysler Headquarters Will Be in London

Fiat Chrysler Headquarters Will Be in London

05/08/2014

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV, the company that will be formed from the combination of Fiat SpA (F) and Chrysler Group LLC, will be based in London, Chief Executive Officer Sergio Marchionne said today.

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“The board, my office and some of my functions need to operate out of London,” Marchionne, 61, said today during a press conference as part of CNH Industrial NV (CNHI:US)’s investor meeting in Auburn Hills, Michigan. “That doesn’t mean that I’ll give up operational responsibilities in the U.S.”

Fiat, which bought full control of Chrysler in January, had said it will have its main stock listing in New York and will be registered in the Netherlands with the fiscal domicile in the U.K. for tax purposes. While Marchionne hadn’t commented previously about a specific city for the headquarters, in January he said the U.S. had a “large claim” to be chosen for the headquarters.

Choosing London as a headquarters makes sense for several reasons, John Wolkonowicz, an independent auto analyst, said in an interview. London is a financial capital and centrally located among Fiat Chrysler’s far-flung operations.

It also avoids the baggage of choosing either Fiat’s hometown of Turin, Italy, or Chrysler’s in Michigan, he said.

“If you put it in Detroit, you make Fiat people feel bad and if it’s in Turin, you make Chrysler people feel bad,” he said. “This way it’s neutral ground.”

Marchionne, who is chairman of CNH, also said Fiat investors “over reacted” to the automaker’s May 6 business plan presentation. Shares fell 12 percent yesterday after the carmaker announced that it aims to more than double profit by 2018. He said any decision on raising capital for the combined entity will be taken after the new company’s stock is listed in New York in the fourth quarter.
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