DETROIT – The recent resignation of Fiat SpA CEO Paolo Cantarella could be the first in a series of moves to shuffle Fiat’s executive ranks to appease its creditor banks. Fiat's new interim CEO Paolo Fresco (see related story: Fiat CEO Resigns Amid Mounting Trouble) Published reports say Fiat’s Chief Financial Officer, Damien Clermont, could be next to step down. Fiat’s bankers are demanding the company oust Clermont since the company’s debt load has risen to E36.5 ...

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