Speth has decided to retire from his current role as Executive Director and
Chief Executive Officer of Jaguar Land Rover at the end of his contract term in
September 2020. He will however, continue his relationship with the company by
becoming the non-executive Vice Chairman of JLR. He will also remain on the
board of Tata Sons.
retirement plans were announced by Chandrasekaran, Chairman of Tata Sons, Tata
Motors and Jaguar Land Rover .
want to thank Ralf for his passion and commitment over the last 10 years. Ralf
developed Jaguar Land Rover from a niche UK centric manufacturer to a
respected, technological leading, global premium company."
search committee has been formed which will work with me to identify a suitable
successor in the coming months,” he added.
Ralf Speth said in a press statement that, "I feel very honoured to have
worked with so many dedicated and creative people, both inside and outside of
JLR. We have elevated Jaguar and Land Rover. I want to say thank you for all
their support and commitment. We offer our customers multi-award-winning
products and will continue to surprise with the best pipeline of new,
innovative products we have ever had. Personally, I am looking forward to new
and exciting challenges".
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