Aviva slashes senior management following review

John Mcfarlane

The Sunday Times reported that John McFarlane, who took on the role of executive chairman when Andrew Moss was forced to resign due to a shareholder revolt, had carried out a radical review of the insurer.

Following this review, Mr McFarlane is reported to have stripped out four layers of management at Aviva’s London headquarters.

He has also divided Aviva’s operations into more than 50 separate businesses to be classified as being in one of three categories; core, in need of improvement, or for

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