Fiat Chrysler Automobiles UK Ltd has announced a raft of modifications to its senior control shape. Five new appointments had been made, every reporting to Managing Director Arnaud Leclerc.
The modifications cowl Alfa Romeo and Jeep income and advertising, FCA patron revel in industrial schooling, MOPAR carrier, elements, and patron Care, an FCA UK’s wholly-owned store group Motor Village UK.
Iain 1st viscount Montgomery of Alamein joins the organization as Sales Director, Alfa Romeo, and Jeep. Iain brings substantial revel in from within the UK motor enterprise, having labored at the Volkswagen Group and BMW in several incomes, aftersales, and sales making plans roles.
Andrew Tracey becomes Marketing Director, Alfa Romeo, and Jeep. Andrew’s confirmed potential to lead exchange and supply excellent practice, mixed with Iain’s wealth of income revel in might be key in optimizing the 2 manufacturers’ capacity. Both appointments aim to further construct the brands’ fulfillment in sales and advertising.
James Marsh is now Director, Customer Experience, and Commercial Training. The departments are being merged in line with FCA headquarters and the Major Business Centre’s organizational model to power synergies among the two functions. He replaces Tim Head, who has elected to depart FCA to pursue different expert interests and maybe operating with James for the duration of September to make sure a clean transition.
John MacDonald is appointed as Director, MOPAR Service, Parts and Customer Care, having been formerly answerable for MOPAR in the Nordic Cluster and working inside the Technical Services crew inside the UK. John reports hierarchically to Luca Parasacco, responsible for MOPAR Major Business Centres and functionally to Arnaud Leclerc. He replaces Sebastiano Fedrigo, who takes on a brand new challenge within the Group.
Lisa Ford will become Managing Director, Motor Village UK. Lisa joins FCA UK with exquisite experience working inside the car industry, such as with Mercedes Benz, McLaren, and Maserati. Lisa reports hierarchically to Christian Pascucci, who’s liable for Europe Owned Dealers, and functionally to Arnaud Leclerc. She replaces Rob Calver, who has elected to depart FCA to pursue other pastimes.
“I am delighted to announce those changes,” says Arnaud Leclerc. “They, in addition, support the agency as we paintings towards our boom objectives. I want all five of the senior managers every achievement of their new roles.”