The Financial Situation (44 Viewers)

Aug 13, 2013
7,102

Valerio.

Senior Member
Jul 5, 2014
4,179
that's the base 93-94m without including bonus per performance, royalties over a tot of sales (shirts) and sales directly from our e-shop and physical juventus stores.
We should reach over 120-125m including everything and I'm being pessimist.

43+ 7bonus from Jeep (scudetto,qualify for CL, qualify to best 16 of CL, qualify to best 8 cl and so on)
51m fix per year+ bonus over sales, royalties,direct sales and so on
 

pavluska

Senior Member
Apr 25, 2013
4,195
that's the base 93-94m without including bonus per performance, royalties over a tot of sales (shirts) and sales directly from our e-shop and physical juventus stores.
We should reach over 120-125m including everything and I'm being pessimist.

43+ 7bonus from Jeep (scudetto,qualify for CL, qualify to best 16 of CL, qualify to best 8 cl and so on)
51m fix per year+ bonus over sales, royalties,direct sales and so on
So is it 93-94m + bonuses or 51m + bonuses per year from Adidas?
 

Hustini

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Hustini
May 29, 2005
83,972
https://www.reuters.com/article/us-...-to-create-worlds-no-4-carmaker-idUSKBN1XA0S5

Fiat Chrysler (FCA) and PSA said they aimed to reach a binding deal to create a $50 billion company domiciled in the Netherlands, with listings in Paris, Milan and New York and with PSA’s Carlos Tavares as CEO and FCA’s John Elkann as chairman.

FCA shares jumped as much as 11% in early trade to hit a one-year high of 14.248 euros.

The deal aims to make savings of 3.7 billion euros ($4.1 billion), without plant closures, and achieve around 80% of that within four years, at a one-off cost of 2.8 billion euros.

The multi-brand group will include the Fiat, Jeep, Dodge, Ram, Chrysler, Alfa Romeo, Maserati, Peugeot, DS, Opel and Vauxhall brands, allowing it to serve mass and premium passenger car markets as well as trucks and light commercial vehicles.

The combined group will have an 11-person board, with six members coming from PSA including Chief Executive Tavares, and five from FCA including Chairman Elkann.

FCA is being advised by Goldman Sachs :scared: and D’Angelin, while PSA is working with Morgan Stanley, Mediobanca’s Messier Maris & Associes unit and Perella, sources close to the deal said.

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Not sure how relevant this will be for the club :hustini:

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Another article on it:

https://www.cnbc.com/2019/10/31/fiat-chrysler-and-peugeot-confirm-deal-to-merge.html
 

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