He is taking over from Sir Adrian Montague, who has been acting in an executive capacity
Aviva's previous CEO Mark Wilson stepped down from the role last year to allow for the group's "next phase of development". During the transition, non-executive chairman Sir Adrian Montague assumed executive responsibilities and led a chairman's committee of the three executive directors Andy Briggs, Thomas Stoddard and Tulloch himself. Montague reverts to his role as non-executive chairman with immediate effect. He is currently the group's CEO for international insurance and has responsibility...
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