Articles - Canada CEO to take over at Aviva UK & Ireland GI

 Aviva has announced that it has appointed Maurice Tulloch as CEO of Aviva UK & Ireland General Insurance-he is currently CEO of Aviva Canada.

 Tulloch joined Aviva in 1992 and was appointed CEO of the Canadian business in 2009. Under his leadership, operating profits in the Canadian business have grown by 63% and the combined operating ratio has improved from 100 to 92.

 Robin Spencer, who was CEO of UK & Ireland GI, will be leaving the Group at the end of the month. As CEO of UK & Ireland GI, Tulloch work closely with David Barral, the CEO of Aviva UK Life. 

 Mark Wilson, CEO, comments "One of my priorities since becoming CEO has been to strengthen Aviva’s management team and ensure we have the right people in the right jobs. Maurice Tulloch is a first class executive who will bring a wealth of knowledge, expertise and energy to his new role in the UK & Ireland general insurance business.

 Maurice has an impeccable track record-Aviva’s Canadian operating profits have grown by 63% under his leadership. He is the best leader to take the UK business to the next stage of its development.

 Robin has done a fine job for the Group, most recently leading the UK & Ireland GI business through the transformation and expense savings programme. I would like to thank Robin for his considerable contribution to Aviva and he leaves the Group with our best wishes for his future endeavours.”

 Tulloch added “I am delighted to be leading the UK & Ireland GI business-a business with a rich history and immense potential. I have been working in partnership with the business for some time and have great admiration for the brand and the people. I am looking forward over the coming weeks to meeting with the UK team and our business partners."

 “I believe strongly we have a tremendous opportunity to build on our collective successes of the past and to unlock the full potential of our people and the market opportunity." 

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