The Board as a whole has collective responsibility for the strategy of the Company.

The Board of Directors is currently composed of nine Directors, two Executive Directors and seven Non-executive Directors. Their term of office will expire at the annual General Meeting of the Company to be held in 2024.
The regulations governing the Board of Directors are here.

The members of the  Board of Directors are:

Executive Directors

Suzanne Heywood


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Gerrit Marx

Chief Executive Officer

Senior Non-Executive Director

Lorenzo Simonelli

Independent Director and Senior Non-Executive Director​​*

Non-executive Directors

Tufan Erginbilgic

Independent Director

Essimari Kairisto

Independent Director


Linda Knoll



Alessandro Nasi



Olof Persson

Independent Director


Benoît Ribadeau-Dumas


Guidelines on composition of the Board of Directors

The Board of Directors should be composed of individuals who bring the appropriate skills and experience needed for a company of our size, geographic distribution and business focus. In considering candidates for appointment to the Board, we also consider a number of diversity factors including, but not limited to, gender, ethnicity, schooling and nationality, believing that bringing different perspectives into the Boardroom creates more effective discussions.
We believe that there should be appropriate balance between the number of executive directors (i.e. those vested with representative and executive powers) and non-executive directors. We also aim to have a majority of independent directors who play an essential role in protecting the interests of all stakeholders. Their contribution is also necessary for the proper composition and functioning of the Committees, whose advisory function includes preliminary examination and formulation of proposals relating to areas of potential risk, such as the prevention of potential conflicts of interest. The independence requirements for members of the Iveco Group Board of Directors were established with reference to the Dutch Corporate Governance Code.

*Under Article 13.2 of the Company’s Articles of Association, the Senior Non-Executive Director qualifies as the chair of the Board of Directors as referred to by applicable Dutch rules.