In continuation of past best practices, Fiat endeavors to increase its enterprise value on a sustainable basis by maintaining and reinforcing the trust of customers and investors through transparent and responsible management.

Fiat maintains constant dialogue with individual shareholders, institutional investors and financial analysts through its Investor Relations (IR) function, which provides information to the market to consolidate and enhance their confidence and level of understanding of the Company and its business activities.

The Investor Relations team also communicates on a continuous basis with the financial community through conference calls and public presentations held to present financial results or other events that require direct communication to the market. The IR program includes seminars, industry conferences and non-deal roadshows in major financial centers that provide the opportunity for direct contact with management. Among these events, on October 30th, Fiat Group presented a detailed Business Plan for the EMEA region along with the financial targets for the Group for 2013-14. The IR activities intensified in the latter part of the year to present the market with more detailed information on operating performance and on business strategies and projections for the plan period by attending sector conferences and investor meetings.

Shareholders can also contact the Company at the following:

For holders of Fiat shares:
Toll-free number in Italy: 800-804027

For holders of ADRs:
Toll-free number in the USA and Canada: 800 749 1873
Outside the USA and Canada: +1 (718) 921 8137

Fiat Ordinary Shares – 1/1/2012 to 31/12/2012 performance relative to the FTSE Italia All-Share
and dj Eurostoxx Automotive (rebased to 100: 1/1/2012) and daily trading volume

Fiat Ordinary Shares – 1/1/2012 to 31/12/2012 performance relative to the FTSE Italia All-Share and dj Eurostoxx Automotive (rebased to 100: 1/1/2012) and daily trading volume

In 2012, the global financial crisis entered its fourth consecutive year, dogged by uncertainty for the economy and financial markets. The Euro-zone debt crisis moderated during the year, while America’s economic recovery remained weak and emerging markets experienced declining growth. In the U.S., the Dow Jones Industrial Average ended the year with a 5.7% gain, while the S&P 500 increased by 11.7% year-over-year. In Italy, the national stock market index posted a modest 4% gain, reversing the previous year’s negative trend (down ~25% vs. 2010) that resulted from the Euro-zone debt crisis.

Major Shareholders

At the date of this Report, Fiat had a total of 1,250,402,773 ordinary shares outstanding and the following institutions held more than 2% of ordinary shares:


ORDINARY SHARES: 1,250,402,773
EXOR S.p.A. (*) 30.1%
Baillie Gifford & Co. 2.6%
Vanguard International Growth Fund
Other institutional investors – EU
Other institutional investors – outside EU
Other shareholders
(*) In addition to 2.7% of ordinary shares held by Fiat S.p.A.

Major Shareholders

(figures in €)
2012 2011(1)
Basic earnings/(loss) per ordinary share
0.286 1.101
Diluted earnings/(loss) per ordinary share
0.284 1.093
(1) For 2011, the calculation assumes conversion of all Fiat S.p.A. preference and savings shares into ordinary shares on January 1st.


(figures in €)
Ordinary shares
(Source: Reuters) (*) Equivalent to closing auction price



Monthly Minimum and Maximum Price in 2012

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