The automotive giant born from the merger of PSA and FiatChrysler continues to cut jobs while paying executives and shareholders handsomely.

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  • N° 6 of the global car industry

Profits and dividends (million €)

Wages and turnover (2021, million €)

CEO pay

Greenhouse gas emissions

136 million tonnes eqCO2 in Europe (2021)

Pay ratio between CEO and average worker

328 (2021)


20,5 % of employees 12,2 % of executive committee (2021)

Lobbying expenses declared

4,2 -4.6 million € (Paris, Brussels and Washington, 2021)

Share of subsidiaries in secret jurisdictions

13,1 % (2019)


292 432 globally (2021)
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  • Headquarters Amsterdam, Netherlands
  • Leadership Carlos Tavares (CEO), John Elkann (chair of the board)
  • Shareholders Exor - Agnelli family (14.35%), Peugeot family (7.16%), Bpifrance (6.15%), Amundi (3.4%), BlackRock (3.31%), Dongfeng (3.17%)
  • Board members John Elkann (chair of the board), Carlos Tavares (CEO), Robert Peugeot (Peugeot Invest), Henri de Castries (ex Axa), Andrea Agnelli (Agnelli family), Fiona Clare Cicconi (Google, ex AstraZeneca), Jacques de Saint-Exupéry (workers representative), Nicolas Dufourcq (Bpifrance), Ann Frances Godbehere (administrator of companies), Wan Ling Martello (BayPine, ex Nestlé et Walmart), Kevin Scott (Microsoft)
  • Brands Abarth, Alfa Romeo, Chrysler, Citroën, Dodge, DS, Fiat, Jeep, Lancia, Maserati, Mopar, Opel, Peugeot, Ram, Vauxhall
  • Former names and companies absorbed Peugeot, Citroën, PSA, FiatChrysler
  • Main countries France, Italy, Germany, United States, United Kingdom, China, India, Poland, Spain, Iran, Mexico, Brazil

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