Aviva CEO Amanda Blanc awarded Damehood in New Years Honours List

Amanda Blanc, Aviva
Photo: Aviva

The group CEO of Aviva, Amanda Blanc, has been awarded a Damehood in the New Years Honours List.

She was made a Dame Commander of the Order of the British Empire for “services to business, to gender equality and to net-zero”.

Blanc, pictured, took over from Maurice Tulloch as CEO of Aviva in the summer of 2020 having been appointed a non-executive director of the business in December 2019.

Other notable insurance-related Dames include former Lloyd’s CEO Inga Beale and Gallagher NED chair Sue Langley, who was included in King Charles’s most recent Birthday Honours list for services to both

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