British luxury carmaker Aston Martin has announced that Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Tobias Moers will step down and be replaced by former Ferrari boss Amedeo Felisa, the Financial Times reported.
According to sources, Aston Martin will officially announce the retirement of Tobias Moers along with the company’s first quarter results today.
However, Aston Martin refused to provide a statement regarding the change of position.
Amedeo Felisa, who led Ferrari between 2008 and 2016, is an independent non-executive director at Aston Martin.
Meanwhile, in January, Aston Martin appointed Doug Lafferty to replace Kenneth Gregor as the company’s new Chief Financial Officer. (Ant/OL-12)