Chrysler Group Enters Into Agreement with UAW to Make Contributions to VEBA Trust and Pays a Special Distribution


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AUBURN HILLS, MI--Jan. 21, 2014: As previously announced, Chrysler Group and the International Union, United Automobile, Aerospace and Agricultural Implement Workers of America (the "UAW") have entered into a memorandum of understanding to supplement Chrysler Group's existing collective bargaining agreement. Under the MoU, Chrysler Group will provide additional contributions to the VEBA Trust of an aggregate of $700 million in four equal annual installments. Chrysler Group made the initial payment today contemporaneously with the closing of a transaction between a wholly-owned subsidiary of Fiat and the VEBA Trust in which Chrysler Group became a wholly owned subsidiary of Fiat.

Additionally, Chrysler Group paid a special distribution to its members in an aggregate amount of $1,900 million.1

For more information on Fiat's acquisition of the remaining equity interests in Chrysler Group from the VEBA Trust, please visit: Fiat Spa.

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