After the merger, Fiat and Chrysler form the FCA group

After the merger, Fiat and Chrysler form the FCA group


It will be headquartered in the Netherlands, tax-owned in the UK and listed on the New York and Milan Stock Exchanges.

After concluding last week the purchase process of Chrysler (read here), Board of Directors of Fiat announced on Wednesday, 29, the reorganization of the group’s organization and the creation of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) as a fully incorporated company.

The FCA will have its registered office in the Netherlands, while its tax residence will be in the UK. The group’s shares will be traded on the New York and Milan Stock Exchanges.

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles got its logo, designed by consultant RobilantAssociati. Each letter represents a geometric shape. F, which refers to the square, symbolizes stability, C, which refers to the circle, represents movement and harmony, and A resembles a triangle, which represents energy and evolution. According to Fiat, the new logo will be adopted before the reorganization of the group is completed. Before the deal was finalized, the Chrysler and Fiat logos appeared side by side in press releases.

Sergio Marchionne, CEO of Fiat and President and CEO of the Chrysler Group, said: “Today we can say that we have been able to create the solid foundations of an international company, with a combination of experience and knowledge, on a par with our main competitors. System The global governance and IPO will complement this vision and will improve the group’s access to global markets, bringing clear financial benefits.”