Mike Manley will take on global responsibility for Ram for FCA while keeping his position overseeing the Jeep Brand as well

Mike Manley will take on global responsibility for Ram for FCA while keeping his position overseeing the Jeep Brand as well.

FCA reshuffles executive council

Mike Manley becomes over-all global leader of the Ram division.

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) reshuffled group executive council (GEC) this week, noting in particular that Mike Manley will become global head of the company’s “Ram Brand” division, with Robert Hegbloom continuing to serve as head of Ram’s North American operations and now reporting to Manley.

FCA also noted that Manley will retain his current GEC responsibilities as chief operating officer for FCA’s Asia-Pacific endeavors as well head of the Jeep Brand.

Other FCA executive changes include:

  • Reid Bigland becomes head of FCA’s NAFTA [North American Free Trade Agreement] Fleet operations, while retaining his current responsibility for NAFTA Sales & Alfa Romeo. 
  • Timothy Kuniskis becomes a member of FCA's GEC and assumes responsibility for NAFTA Passenger Car Brands, consisting of Dodge and SRT, Chrysler and Fiat. 
  • Alistair “Al” Gardner continues in his role as nead of Network Development for North America, reporting to Sergio Marchionne, Chief Operating Officer, FCA – North America. 
  • Jason Stoicevich is appointed head of Fleet Operations and Small Business Sales for the U.S., reporting to Bigland. Stoicevich also will keep his current responsibility for FCA’s California Business Center. 
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