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.
Vanguard best value asset manager in Q1
£8.7bn withdrawn from funds
Over £5bn currently suspended
Difficult to value assets
Strong investment performance
Investment Conundrums: Aviva CIO and head of multi strategy on protecting against 'worst-case scenario'
Taking advantage of opportunities from "short-term market dislocations"
Dear CEO letter
Six specialist solutions made available
Has refundable performance fee structure
Cash levels remain elevated
CEO 'committed to running Aviva better'
How floating rate notes could help UK equities
Will remain with firm until end of year
Tulloch making his mark
Assets now down to £3.5bn following Brexit concerns
Briggs headed up insurance business
Following years of strong returns
Besides Brexit, David Cumming, Aviva's chief investment officer for equities, identifies two other major macroeconomic influencers that might impact the UK
Key hires and departures so far this year
Aviva Investors' chief investment officer for equities, David Cumming, discusses how his team have integrated ESG factors into their decision-making process
David Cumming, Aviva Investors' chief investment officer for equities, remains positive about UK stocks despite a pummelling in 2018
Follows Mark Wilson stepping down last year
Deals that fell apart