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February 14, 2011

John Elkann, head of family-controlled Fiat, has taken over as chief executive of the family’s investment company Exor, adding to his current role of chairman.

John Elkann, head of family-controlled Fiat, has taken over as chief executive of the family’s investment company Exor, adding to his current role of chairman.

In a statement, the Turin-based investment company said that besides Elkann’s appointment as chief executive, it had also appointed its first chief investment officer. Tobias Brown, former investment officer for late billionaire Sir James Goldsmith, is to take over Exor’s worldwide investment activities.

June 11, 2010

Exor, the investment arm of Italy’s Agnelli dynasty, has announced that it plans to invest up to $100 million in partnership with Jardine Matheson Holdings and Rothschild private bank to access private equity opportunities in China and India.

Exor, the investment arm of Italy's Agnelli dynasty, has announced that it plans to invest up to $100 million in partnership with Jardine Matheson Holdings and Rothschild private bank to access private equity opportunities in China and India.
 
According to a statement released on Thursday, the agreement means Exor will be strongly placed to capture both medium and long-term investment opportunities in regions with high growth potential across a wide range of sectors.
 

April 21, 2010

John Elkann, fifth-generation family member of the founding Fiat family, has been elected as chairman of the Fiat Group. The 34-year-old told reporters that today was "a very important day for Fiat and me."

John Elkann, fifth-generation family member of the founding Fiat family, has been elected as chairman of the Fiat Group. The 34-year-old told reporters that today was  "a very important day for Fiat and me."
 
The formal announcement came this morning during Fiat's investor day, although non-family CEO Sergio Marchionne told a press conference yesterday of the schion's promotion.
 

April 19, 2010

Exor, the holding company of Italy’s Agnelli dynasty, has announced that it plans to invest €100 million in Almacantar, a new company specialising in the commercial property market.

Exor, the holding company of Italy's Agnelli dynasty, has announced that it plans to invest €100 million in Almacantar, a new company specialising in the commercial property market.

Founded by Mike Hussey and Neil Jones, two real estate professionals who have previously worked for Land Securities Plc and Grosvenor respectively, Almacantar aims to capitalise on commercial real estate investment and development opportunities, primarily in the market for offices in London and Paris.

April 12, 2010

Gianluigi Gabetti, the non-family chairman of the Agnelli family’s private holding company, will step down in May to be replaced by fifth-generation family member John Elkann.

Gianluigi Gabetti, the non-family chairman of the Agnelli family's private holding company, will step down in May to be replaced by fifth-generation family member John Elkann.
 

February 23, 2009

The new holding company of Italy’s Agnelli family is to begin trading on 1 March 2009. Exor, which is the entity created by the merger of IFI and IFIL, is to be listed on the Italian stock exchange.

The new holding company of Italy’s Agnelli family is to begin trading on 1 March 2009. Exor, which is the entity created by the merger of IFI and IFIL, is to be listed on the Italian stock exchange.

IFI is the family’s current financial holding company that in turn owns IFIL, the investment vehicle that controls a diverse range of interests including a 30% stake in automaker Fiat, a 72% stake in real estate firm Cushman & Wakefield and 60% of football club Juventus. Ultimate holding company Giovanni Agnelli e Cie owns 100% of IFI and 73% of IFIL.

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