John Philip Jacob Elkann is CEO of Ferrari. He was born in 1 April 1976 in New York City, John Elkann holds both Italian and American citizenship. Is an Italian industrialist. In 1997, he turned into the picked beneficiary of his grandfather Gianni Agnelli, following the death of Gianni's nephew Giovanni Alberto Agnelli and in 2008 turned into the head of IFIL, an Agnelli family investment organization now part of Exor. He chairs the automaker Stellantis and is the director and CEO of Exor, the holding organization constrained by the Agnelli family, which additionally owns PartnerRe and holds a controlling stake in Ferrari, CNH Industrial and Juventus F.C.
Elkann wedded with Donna Lavinia Borromeo, she was born on 10th March 1977 in Milan, Italy. An member of the promonent Italian aristocratic family the House of Borromeo, She is the girl of Don Carlo Ferdinando Borromeo, Count of Arona (born into the world in 1935), the child of Vitaliano Borromeo, second Prince of Angera. They wedded in a Roman Catholic function in the Cappella Bianca on Isola Madre, one of the Borromean Islands of Lake Maggiore. They have three youngsters.
In 2003, he joined IFIL (presently Exor) and work away on the turnaround of Fiat Group. Elkann was instrumental in the arrangement of FCA CEO Sergio Marchionne, in May 2004. In 2000, in the wake of graduating in Engineering from Politecnico di Torino, he joined General Electric's Corporate Audit program. He left General Electric two years later. He moved back to Turin to be nearer to his maturing grandfather, just as be nearer to the privately-owned family company.