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Benedetto Vigna: new CEO of Ferrari

Since the death of Sergio Marchionne in 2018, his succession within the FCA group (now Stellantis) in general, and Ferrari in particular, has been a bit complicated. Especially since, at the end of 2020, the CEO of the famous brand Louis Camilleri, had created the surprise by resigning. Since then, the Prancing Horse had not appointed anyone to this post, although John Elkann, heir to the Agnelli family, is still president of Ferrari.

But the quest for a new CEO of the world’s most famous brand is finally over. Unsurprisingly, it is an Italian who was recruited: Benedetto Vigna, 52 years. Vigna is currently the man of a single company, STMicroelectronics. He joined in 1995, before quickly gaining ground, and launching several branches of this company, specializing in semiconductors and the automotive industry.

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