ABI adds Blanc, Foley and Boulton to board

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The Association of British Insurers has added Aviva’s Amanda Blanc, Axa’s Tara Foley and Clive Boulton of M&G Life Insurance to its board.

The ABI board currently has 20 members. 

Blanc became group CEO at Aviva in July 2020. Foley was appointed CEO at Axa UK & Ireland in September 2023 after joining the company in November 2020.

Bolton, CEO at M&G Life Insurance, joined the business in September this year.

Baroness Nicky Morgan, chair of the ABI, said: “All three have previously worked closely with the ABI in past roles. Their combined experience and insights will be hugely valuable as we look ahead to the opportunities and

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