Stellantis: Neuer Name und Governance sind in Kraft


Stellantis N.V. (NYSE / MTA / Euronext Paris: STLA) („Stellantis”) hat bekannt gegeben, dass im Nachgang zum Abschluss der Fusion von Peugeot S.A. („Groupe PSA”) und Fiat Chrysler Automobiles N.V. („FCA”) am 16. Januar 2021 das kombinierte Unternehmen gestern zu Stellantis umbenannt wurde, das Board of Directors von Stellantis benannt wurde und die Satzung der Gesellschaft in Kraft getreten ist.

Wie bereits kommuniziert, besteht das Board of Directors aus zwei Executive Directors, John Elkann (Chairman) und Carlos Tavares (Chief Executive Officer), und den folgenden neun Non-Executive Directors: Robert Peugeot (Vice Chairman), Henri de Castries (Senior Independent Director, tätig als “Voorzitter“ gemäß niederländischem Recht), Andrea Agnelli, Fiona Clare Cicconi, Nicolas Dufourcq, Ann Frances Godbehere, Wan Ling Martello, Jacques de Saint-Exupéry, und Kevin Scott.

Zudem hat das Board of Directors von Stellantis gestern einen Prüfungsausschuss, einen Vergütungsausschuss und einen Governanceausschuss mit der folgenden Besetzung benannt.


Prüfungsausschuss: Ann Godbehere (Vorsitz), Wan Ling Martello und Henri De Castries.

Vergütungsausschuss: Wan Ling Martello (Vorsitz), Andrea Agnelli, Henri De Castries, Fiona Cicconi und Robert Peugeot.

Governance- und Nachhaltigkeitsausschuss: Henri De Castries (Vorsitz), Andrea Agnelli, Fiona Cicconi, Nicolas Dufourcq und Kevin Scott.


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