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Ferrari chairman says making ‘good progress’ on CEO shortlist

Ferrari is making good progress on a shortlist of “very strong” candidates to be the Italian luxury carmaker’s next chief executive, Chairman John Elkann told shareholders at a general meeting on Thursday. Former CEO Louis Camilleri stepped down in December, citing personal reasons, after being in the role for nearly two and a half years, just as the company was rolling out new hybrid models and getting ready for its first ever SUV, called ‘Purosangue’ (Thoroughbred). “The new CEO and the senior management team will share Ferrari’s exciting future with you during our (capital markets day) in 2022, which will also be a year of important new product launches and particularly the Purosangue which is turning out to be something truly special,” Elkann said.