Sergio Marchionne’s death leaves Fiat Chrysler and Ferrari to reshuffle boards; and finance executive Claire Urmston takes board roles at GAME.
One of the automotive sector’s most influential characters, Sergio Marchionne, has died aged 66.
His role as CEO at Fiat Chrysler has been taken over by Mike Manley, in an acceleration of succession plans. Manley’s role will be ratified at the next shareholder meeting.
Marchionne also served as chairman and CEO at Ferrari. The chairman role is taken by John Elkann, another long-serving board member across both Fiat and Chrysler, while Louis Camilleri will serve as chairman.
“For so many, Sergio has been an enlightened leader and a matchless point of reference,” said Elkann. “For me, he has been someon
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