Aviva appoints Amanda Blanc CEO as Tulloch departs

Lauren Mason
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Aviva has today (6 July) announced the appointment of Amanda Blanc – an independent non-executive director at the firm – as CEO, following Maurice Tulloch's decision to step down from the role and retire from his position on the company’s board.

Blanc, who was appointed to Aviva's board in January this year, was previously CEO, EMEA & global banking partnerships at Zurich Insurance Group, and group CEO at AXA UK, PPP and Ireland. She has also chaired the Association of British Insurers and president of the Chartered Insurance Institute. Former CEO Tulloch has stepped down from the role as of today due to family health reasons. Tulloch, who has held several senior roles at Aviva since 1992, joined Aviva's board in 2017 and was appointed as chief executive in March last year. Aviva Investors launches US Investment Grade Bond fu...

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