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Agnellis' Exor to Leave Milan Bourse for Amsterdam After Half a Century

  • Family holding company will move to Euronext Amsterdam
  • Exor has investments in companies such as Ferrari, Stellantis
Italy's Stock Exchange, the Borsa Italiana, in Milan.

Italy's Stock Exchange, the Borsa Italiana, in Milan.

Photographer: Camilla Cerea/Bloomberg

The Agnelli family’s Exor NV holding company plans to leave the Milan Stock Exchange and move to Euronext Amsterdam after more than half a century.

The Exor board agreed to the shift in an effort to align the company’s listing venue with its established legal structure as a Dutch registered holding company, Exor said in a statement Friday. The company has large investments in Italian supercar maker Ferrari NV and Stellantis NV, formed by the merger of Fiat Chrysler with PSA Group.