Anna Tanganelli will assume the role of Chief Financial Officer (CFO) of Iveco Group as of 1st December 2023. Tanganelli will succeed Francesco Tanzi who served as CFO during Iveco Group’s successful spin-off and first year and a half as an independent company.

Anna Tanganelli comes to Iveco Group with extensive experience in corporate finance, including many years in the automotive sector, and a solid international background. She worked at Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) where she covered different roles, primarily in Business Development and M&A. In 2019, she was named CFO and Head of M&A of the Magneti Marelli Segment and CFO for the EMEA region within the broader Marelli Group. In 2021, she assumed the role of CFO and Head of M&A at the Iren Group, a multi-utility company listed on the Italian stock exchange.

Gerrit Marx’s words about the new Iveco Group CFO

Gerrit Marx, CEO Iveco Group, said: “I am excited to welcome Anna to our Company. Following the solid course set out during our initial 18 months as Iveco Group, she has what it takes to further energise and accelerate our transformation into one of the most innovative OEMs in the industry. Anna will be a valuable addition, leading the financial aspects of the Group and overseeing the attainment of the objectives in our Strategic Business Plan, as we continue to drive the mobility transition and advance a more sustainable society. I look forward to this next chapter with Anna on our management team.

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