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Renewing Nissan President with Uchida “Group Guidance System” | NHK News

2019-10-08T19:37:18.740Z

Nissan has a new management system, such as the promotion of Makoto Uchida, Senior Managing Executive Officer, to succeed the former president, Hayato Nishikawa, who resigned due to uncertain compensation issues.



Mr. Uchida to the new Nissan president "group guidance system" to rebuild October 9th 4:31

Nissan has decided on a new management structure, such as the promotion of Makoto Uchida, Senior Managing Executive Officer, to succeed the former President, Hiroto Nishikawa, who resigned due to unclear compensation issues. We will also invite management executives from the affiliated Mitsubishi Motors to tackle issues such as rebuilding business performance through the “Group Guidance System”.

Nissan decided at the Board of Directors meeting held on the 8th to appoint Mr. Uchida as Senior Executive Officer to succeed President Nishikawa.

In addition to the Renault-born Mitsubishi Motors Co., Ltd. Gupta COO, the chief operating officer will be Nissan's COO, and Nissan's senior executive officer Seki Jun will be the deputy COO.

Mr. Uchida and his colleagues are scheduled to take office by January 1 at the latest.

Former President Ghosn's case over the huge amount of remuneration, President Nishikawa resigned last month due to uncertain remuneration issues, etc. It was.

Regarding the new system, Mr. Yasushi Kimura, President of Nissan, said at a press conference yesterday: “It is very transparent and fair to go with a certain kind of group guidance system and support each other. I can make a good judgment. "

Unlike the time when authority was concentrated on former Ghosn Ghosn, a new system centered on Mr. Uchida, 53 years old, will be established, but Nissan is reviewing its relationship with Renault forming the alliance and sluggish performance You are faced with the difficult task of rebuilding, and you will be asked if you can work together to overcome them.

Source: nhk

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