Aviva CEO Mark Wilson steps down

Natalie Kenway
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 Mark Wilson, outgoing CEO of Aviva group
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Mark Wilson, outgoing CEO of Aviva group

He will remain with the group until April 2019 to assist with transition

Aviva's CEO Mark Wilson has agreed with the board to step down from his role with immediate effect to allow for the group's "next phase of development". A statement said Wilson had been brought in in 2013 to "deliver a turnaround" and as the board believed this had been "successfully completed" it was time for new leadership. It added the search for a new chief would begin immediately with "internal and external candidates being considered". Wilson will remain with the group until April...

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