Two former managing directors of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) Australia will face trial next year on claims by their former employer that they misused company funds. Clyde Campbell (top) and Veronica Johns will go before Justice Jonathan Beach in Federal Court on September 26, 2016. The trial is expected to last four weeks. Campbell has been accused of misusing more than A$30 million while managing director of FCA Australia between 2010-2013. Johns, who took over the helm of FCA in April 2013 after Campbell resigned to set up Fiat Chrysler NZ (FCNZ) with Neville Crichton, has also been charged with misusing funds. Campbell resigned from FCNZ earlier this year.