Agnelli’s Exor to move listing to Amsterdam from Milan

Agnelli’s Exor to move listing to Amsterdam from Milan

Summary : Chairman and CEO of Exor and Chairman of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles John Elkann attends an investors day held by the holding group of Italy’s Agnelli family in Turin, Italy November 21, 2019. The Agnelli family’s Exor (EXOR.MI) holding company said on Friday it would move the trading of its shares to the Amsterdam bourse from Milan to align its listing venue with its legal structure as a Dutch registered company.

“This further simplification of Exor’s organisational structure will result in the company being overseen by a single country regulatory authority,” Exor said in a statement.

Exor is the single largest investor in carmaker Stellantis (STLA.MI) and the controlling shareholder of companies including Ferrari (RACE.MI), CNH Industrial (CNHI.MI) and Serie A soccer team Juventus (JUVE.MI).



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