Aviva's chief financial officer Tom Stoddard is set to leave his role at the end of this month, the insurance group has announced.
Stoddard will step down from his role on 30 June, but will remain with the group until the end of December to support "an orderly transition".
Jason Windsor, currently chief financial officer of Aviva UK Insurance, will become interim CFO on 1 July 2019. He joined the group in 2010 and has held various roles, including chief capital and investments officer. The appointment is subject to regulatory approval.
Aviva's CEO Maurice Tulloch said: "Tom is a tremendous leader and has played a major role in delivering Aviva's financial turnaround, significantly strengthening the group's capital position. After five successful years at Aviva, he leaves with my best wishes and those of Aviva's board."
Stoddard added: "Whilst I will miss all the friends I have made here, Aviva has a strong finance team, and it is now time for me to clear the way for others to step up, as I consider new opportunities.
"Aviva is in a strong financial position with a bright future ahead of it. I have thoroughly enjoyed working with Maurice and I wish him, Jason, and everyone who works for Aviva all the best for the future."