FCA Bank is a finance company that offers customized financial solutions as well as insurance services to meet the various needs of Fiat’s large customer base.
The services provided by the Autonomy Programme have been designed to make driving and travelling more comfortable and safer in any condition.
An innovative, revolutionary system which analyses the consumption and emissions of cars in real time, on the basis of driving style, and provides advice for reducing fuel consumption and CO2 emissions.
The Blue&Me™ system lets you communicate and keep yourself entertained in your car in complete safety and complete compliance with legal requirements, because you can use it without ever taking your hands off the wheel.
Where the innovation is born.
Fiat, Alfa Romeo, Lancia, Abarth and Jeep will be starring in the event from June 11 to 14. In addition to the motor show in Italy's first public park, an extraordinary selection of classic cars will be parading to the gardens of the Reggia di Venaria on Sunday.
On the occasion of the World Environment Day, FCA - the Official Global Partner of Expo Milano 2015 - is organising a round table on the topic of "The Environment: driving change and innovation". Speakers include experts from the environment and energy world and high-ranking academics. At this event, FCA is set to present its tablet and smartphone application dedicated to sustainability, the first in its kind for the automotive sector. It contains a fun game that measures the owner's responsible use of our planet's resources.
Wednesday, April 29, 2015
FCA Bank, A joint venture between FCA Italy S.p.A. (a company of the Fiat Chrysler Automobiles Group) and CA Consumer Finance S.A. (a company of the Crédit Agricole Group), having become a holding company of an international banking group in January, turns 90 on 25th April.
A dedicated "90 years driving into the future" logo has been designed to celebrate the event, not only with reference to the past but also summarizing the dynamic and ever developing spirit of FCA Bank.The slogan encapsulates in a few words the philosophy of this Company, capable of progressing over time, constantly improving innovation and flexibility, in order to promptly respond to changes that have occurred, over the years, in the various social and economic contexts.The FCA Bank journey began in Turin on 25th April 1925, on the same day that, 20 years later, would become Italy's historic Liberation Day.On 25th April, nine decades ago, S.A.V.A., Società Anonima Vendita Autoveicoli, was incorporated: the era of dedicated automotive financing had begun. Since that day, the dream of owning a car became a reality for many families.Within a short period of time, the Company first entered the German market before expanding into France and in the following years, into many other markets as well: FCA Bank currently operates in 16 European countries.With strength, determination and professionalism, FCA Bank constantly developed itself, right up to the time it reached a significant turning point in 2006, when Europe's first joint venture between a car manufacturer and a bank was established: Fiat Auto S.p.A. and Crédit Agricole Consumer Finance created Fiat Auto Financial Services, which took over from S.A.V.A. The Company's activities continued to be aimed at providing financial services to support the Fiat Group (later Fiat Chrysler Automobiles) sales in Europe. In 2009 Fiat Auto Financial Services changed name and became FGA Capital, consolidating its role on the international scene, and becoming an increasingly important player in the European automotive financing sector. In 2013 the agreement between Fiat Chrysler Automobiles and Credit Agricole was renewed until 2021.14th January 2015 marked a further, crucial change: FGA Capital, after receiving it's banking license from the supervising authority, became a Bank and strengthened its structure, although it continues to preserve its automotive captive mission, focusing on the needs of those customers interested in buying or renting a car - "FCA Bank is the Bank dedicated to motorists, born to provide even more value to those who choose a car", as highlighted by the launch press campaign.FCA Bank now enters a new, healthier future, ready for new challenges, through a range of even more diversified products and services adaptable to any specific requirement.90 years of commitment. 90 years of competence in the financial services business. 90 years of passion for the automotive industry. 90 years which began on a distant 25th of April, deemed to become history: this is FCA Bank, a Company that's been looking to the future since 1925. Discover this fascinating history in the dedicated section of FCA Bank site created to celebrate the event (www.fcabankgroup.com).Turin, 24th April 2015FCA BankFCA Bank is a bank operating mainly in the motor financing sector aimed at satisfying all mobility requirements and is a joint venture between FCA Italy, part of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, the global automotive group and Crédit Agricole Consumer Finance a major player in the consumer finance market. The company manages most of the financial activities to support the sales of prestigious automotive brands in Europe. Financial and leasing programs are operated by FCA Bank and specifically designed for the dealer networks and private customers as well as for business fleets. FCA Bank SpA is present in 16 European countries either directly or through its subsidiaries. At the end of 2014 FCA Bank reported a portfolio of outstanding loans worth €14.7 billion.
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