After another record first-half profit, FCA Bank inaugurates new headquarters Porta 12
Leasys continues its internationalization process.
Six months of record performances for FCA Bank.
FCA Bank's Conto Deposito savings product becomes available in Germany
Moody's assigns an A3 rating to FCA Bank
FCA Bank launches its savings product, Conto Deposito
Joint venture formed with Ferrari Financial Services S.p.A.
FCA Bank S.p.A. is founded
EHG and FCA Bank announce the creation of Erwin Hymer Group Finance
FCA Fiat Group Automobiles | Credit Agricole Consumer Finance
Joint venture between Fiat Group Automobiles (now FCA Italy) and Credit Agricole Consumer Finance is renewed
Partnership agreement with Jaguar Land Rover in eight European countries is renewed
Agreement with Maserati in Europe – Maserati FS is born
Agreement with Chrysler for the Chrysler, Jeep and Dodge brands in Europe
Fiat Group Automobiles FS becomes FGA Capital
Partnership agreement reached with Jaguar Land Rover in nine European countries
Fiat Group Automobiles Financial Services
Fiat Auto FS becomes Fiat Group Automobiles FS
Joint venture between
Fiat Group Automobiles (now FCA Italy) and
Crédit Agricole Consumer Finance.
Foundation of Sava.
1925: SAVA is born and car financing comes to Italy
December 2006: an historic joint venture
Fiat Auto S.p.A. and Crédit Agricole S.A. form a joint venture to manage FGA's financing operations in Europe. With specific support from a leading European consumer credit firm, the group is able to optimise its commercial effectiveness and improve the loyalty of its various targets – the dealership network, retail clients and businesses – through integrated management of its three lines of business. The joint venture will go on to make the group into an example for others to follow, in which the synergies between the partners' skillsets mean allow them to complete one another, through a series of transactions extending from late 2006 until spring 2007.
28 December (the closing date)
- Fiat Auto S.p.A. repurchases the 51% holding in Fidis Retail Italia S.p.A. from Synesis Finanziaria S.p.A.;
- The fully-owned subsidiary FiatSava S.p.A. is merged into Fidis Retail Italia S.p.A.;
- Fidis Retail Italia S.p.A. is registered in the special list pursuant to Art. 107 of Legislative Decree No. 385/1993 (Consolidated Act);
- Fidis Retail Italia S.p.A. changes its name to Fiat Auto Financial Services S.p.A.;
- Fiat Auto S.p.A subscribes for the capital increase needed to provide the joint venture with the financial resources required by current regulatory capital requirements for financial intermediaries;
- Sofinco S.A. (Crédit Agricole group) acquires a 50% interest.
March-April 2007: the changes continue
Fiat Group Automobiles S.p.A. (formerly Fiat Auto S.p.A.) consolidates all of its European holdings in the field of financing for sales networks and vehicle hire within Fidis Retail Italia S.p.A.
5 April: ollowing the change of name by Fiat Auto to Fiat Group Automobiles S.p.A., Fiat Auto Financial Services S.p.A. becomes Fiat Group Automobiles Financial Services S.p.A.
July 2008: Jaguar Land Rover strikes a deal with Fiat Group Automobiles Financial Services
July: Fiat Group Automobiles Financial Services S.p.A. signs an important collaboration agreement with Jaguar Land Rover in the European car financing area, replacing the previous agreement with Ford. The agreement envisages comprehensive management of financing for retail clients and dealerships and for long-term vehicle hire in nine countries (Austria, Belgium, Germany, France, Italy, the Netherlands, Portugal, Spain and the United Kingdom).
January 2009, it’s time for FGA Capital
1st January : Fiat Group Automobiles Financial Services changes its name to FGA Capital.
October 2009: Chrysler comes on board as well
October: FGA Capital replaces Daimler Financial Services in managing financial services for all Chrysler brands (Chrysler, Jeep and Dodge), according to an agreement to be extended progressively, starting in October, to twelve countries (Austria, Germany, Denmark, Sweden, Switzerland, France, Italy, the Netherlands, Belgium, Poland, Spain and the United Kingdom).
20 September 2013: Maserati Financial Services is born
September:FGA Capital and Maserati sign a collaboration agreement, giving rise to Maserati Financial Services. The agreement, at the European level, extends to all of Maserati’s financing services:
- for its distribution network (wholesale funding, floor plans for new, demonstration and courtesy cars, working capital financing, trade-ins, revolving credit and spare parts financing);
- for end customers (from classic instalment plans, with or without a final balloon payment, to finance and operating leases, and the most innovative, flexible solutions, such as Personal Contract Purchases and Advanced Payment Plans);
- for hire fleets.
October 2013: partnership with Jaguar Land Rover renewed
October: The partnership between FGA Capital and Jaguar Land Rover is renewed for four years from 1 January 2014, with the option of extending the provision of financing services for Jaguar Land Rover until the end of 2021 (in eight European Countries).
November 2013: a strategic joint venture is renewed
November: The joint venture between Fiat Group Automobiles, Crédit Agricole and Crédit Agricole Consumer Finance is renewed up to 31 December 2021, ensuring continuity for FGA Capital in the provision of financial services in its European markets of operation.
FCA Bank S.p.A. is incorporated by FCA Italy S.p.A. and
Crèdit Agricole Consumer Finance S.A., and, after being awarded a banking licence in Italy, becomes the parent of an international banking group with a presence in most European countries and the southern Mediterranean Basin.
9th July: ERWIN HYMER GROUP and FCA Bank announce the creation of ERWIN HYMER GROUP FINANCE, offering a comprehensive range of services dedicated to providing financing for the dealer network and buyers of motorhomes and caravans produced by the German multinational group.
July: Moody's assigns an A3 rating to FCA Bank, the highest rating of any Italian bank – a strong claim to solidity.
August: FCA Bank launches its first fully online savings product, Conto Deposito.
October: FCA Bank forms a joint venture with Ferrari Financial Services S.p.A.
Leasys grows in Europe, starting in Spain.
June: Leasys sets out to conquer the French market.
August: Leasys continues with its internationalization process in Germany and Great Britain.
October: Following its successful Italian début, FCA Bank’s first online savings product is now poised to take the German market by storm with Festgeld.
November: Opening Porta 12: FCA Bank inaugurates new offices