Sir Adrian Montague to leave Aviva in 2020

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Aviva has confirmed that Sir Adrian Montague is set to retire as chairman of the insurer in 2020 once a successor has been appointed.

He has been chairman of the business since April 2015, having first joined as a non-executive director in January 2013.

According to Aviva, the board has begun the process of appointing a successor.

Aviva chief executive officer, Maurice Tulloch, recently revealed the insurer’s new strategy, which involved separating its GI and life businesses in the UK.


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