Fiat Chrysler Automobiles N.V. was a multinational corporation resulting from the acquisition of Chrysler Group by Fiat S.p.A. The Italian holding company Exor was the largest shareholder and owner of voting rights. At the time it was the world's eighth largest auto maker. The group was established in October 2014. Its corporate headquarters were domiciled in Amsterdam and its financial headquarters were in London. The holding company was listed on the New York Stock Exchange and Milan's Borsa Italiana. Exor, an Italian investment group controlled by the Agnelli family, owned 29.19% of FCA and controlled 44.31% through a loyalty voting mechanism.
FCA's mass-market brands operated through two main subsidiaries: FCA Italy headquartered in Turin and FCA US in Auburn Hills, Michigan. The company's portfolio included brands Abarth, Alfa Romeo, Chrysler, Dodge, Fiat, Fiat Professional, Jeep, Lancia, Maserati, and Ram Trucks. Ferrari was spun off in 2016. FCA operated in four global markets.
On 31 October 2019, FCA announced its intention to merge with the PSA Group on a 50-50 all-stock basis. On 18 December 2019, FCA and PSA announced that they had agreed to the terms of a binding $50 billion merger. In July 2020, the company announced its new name, Stellantis, derived from the Latin verb stello, meaning "to brighten with stars". On 16 January 2021, the merger was complete with FCA resulted as a surviving entity and changed its name to Stellantis.
Highest paying job titles at Fiat Chrysler Automobiles include DevOps Engineer, Cyber Security Specialist, and Business Development Manager