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Management

​From an operational perspective, the CEO is supported by the Group Executive Council (GEC), a decision-making body led by the CEO and composed of the heads of the operating sectors and certain central functions.

The GEC is composed of 4 main groupings: regional operations, brands, industrial processes, and support/corporate functions.

The first consists of 4 Regional Operations Groups for car manufacturing and sales, plus Automotive Components (mainly Magneti Marelli) and Production Systems and Castings (Teksid and Comau). A Chief Operating Officer (COO) is responsible for driving each organization via a regional Management Team. The COOs are accountable for the Profit and Loss of their region/business and management of regional resources, including manufacturing and commercial activities.

Chief Operating Officers

​​Sergio Marchionne

Chief Executive Officer

NAFTA²

  • Curriculum

​Alfredo Altavilla

EMEA

  • Curriculum

Cledorvino Belini

LATAM

  • Curriculum

​Michael Manley

APAC

  • Curriculum

​Riccardo Tarantini

Systems & Castings (Comau/Teksid)

  • Curriculum

​Eugenio Razelli

Components (Magneti Marelli)

  • Curriculum

The second grouping reflects the Group's focus and emphasis on its brands. Each of the global or potentially global brands is represented within GEC through Brand Leaders who are responsible for continuous improvement and development of appropriate brand portfolios, as well as implementation of adequate commercial and marketing strategies in each operating region. ​

Brand Leaders

​Olivier François

Fiat

  • Curriculum

​Harald Wester

Alfa Romeo/Maserati

  • Curriculum

​Michael Manley

Jeep

  • Curriculum

​Reid Bigland

Nafta Sales and Alfa Romeo

  • Curriculum

​Pietro Gorlier

Parts and Service (MOPAR)

  • Curriculum

​Olivier François

Chief Marketing Officer

  • Curriculum

The third grouping is composed of Industrial Process Leaders, who are responsible for ensuring consistency and rigor across operating regions, as well as optimizing the Group’s capital allocation.

​Harald Wester

Chief Technology Officer

  • Curriculum

​Lorenzo Ramaciotti

Design

  • Curriculum

​Stefan Ketter

Chief Manufacturing Officer

  • Curriculum

​Scott Garberding​​

Group Purchasing

  • Curriculum

​Doug Betts

Quality

  • Curriculum

​Bob Lee

Powertrain Coordinator

  • Curriculum

​Mark Chernoby

Chief Product Development
Product Portfolio Management

  • Curriculum

The final grouping is composed of Support Process Leaders³​

​Richard Palmer

Chief Financial Officer

  • Curriculum

​Linda Knoll

Chief Human Resources Officer

  • Curriculum

​Alfredo Altavilla

Business Development

  • Curriculum

​Alessandro Baldi

Chief Audit Officer and Sustainability

  • Curriculum

​Michael J. Keegan

GEC Coordinator

  • Curriculum

(1) Fiat S.p.A. has a majority ownership interest in Chrysler Group LLC, which is ultimately governed by its Board of Directors the majority of whom are not affiliated with Fiat S.p.A. Furthermore, Chrysler relies on funding from the capital markets for its operations which requires that its liquidity and capital resources be contained within Chrysler. Beyond dividends that may at some point in the future be declared by the Board of Chrysler Group, and paid to its members on a pro rata basis, Chrysler Group’s financial resources are not available to support the operations of Fiat S.p.A. In addition to ensuring maintenance of Chrysler Group's standalone financial integrity, Chrysler Group’s Board of Directors also reviews and approves any transactions between Fiat and Chrysler Group above de minimis levels. Furthermore, the Board has oversight responsibilities for Chrysler Group, including approval of capital expenditures above certain levels. To the extent that any decision of GEC impacts Chrysler Group and falls within the review and/or decision-making ambit of the Board of Directors of Chrysler Group, such decisions are also subject to the approval of the Chrysler Board, as is any determination by the management of Chrysler Group.
(2) Including Chrysler.
(3) Certain functions that are fundamental to the governance structure of the individual companies (such as Legal and Internal Audit) remain independent within the ambit of the respective operating companies (Fiat and Chrysler Group).