Working with Ferrari has its own benefits. Apparently, leaving Ferrari also has some really cool benefits. The outgoing Ferrari head Luca Cordero di Montezemolo will receive a whopping 27 million euro (USD 34.7 million) severance package. The news has been confirmed by the brand’s parent group Fiat.
The severance pay is five times of the annual salary received by Montezemolo which accounts to 13.71 million euros over 20 years. Montezemolo will also receive 13.25 million euros to not to engage in activities in competition with the Fiat Group during the period to March 2017.
Montezemolo who was dogged by six years of Formula One racing failure had announced on Wednesday that he will step down from the chair on October 13. Ferrari won its last Formula One title in 2007. The post will be filled by the head of parent group Fiat, Sergio Marchionne. Ferrari is a subsidiary of the Fiat Group which Montezemolo chaired from 2004 until 2010.
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Source: AFP via ET Auto