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Aviva Says Adrian Montague To Retire As Chairman
Aviva plc is a United Kingdom-based holding company that provides life insurance, general insurance and asset management products and services. Aviva Investors provides asset management services to Aviva and external clients. Its segments include United Kingdom & Ireland; France; Poland; Italy; Canada; Asia; Aviva Investors, and Other Group activities. It distributes products to its individual, group and corporate customers directly and via a network of intermediaries and partners.
St. Helens, 1 Undershaft
Adrian A. Montague
Non-Executive Chairman of the Board
Group Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director
Chief Financial Officer, Executive Director
Chief Operating Officer
Group Chief Risk Officer, Interim Chief Executive Officer - UK Insurance
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Insurer Aviva Plc <AV.L> said on Tuesday Chairman Adrian Montague will retire in 2020, months after the insurer's decision to reorganise into five divisions and sell its stake in its Hong Kong business failed to impress investors.
* AVIVA INVESTORS HAS BUILT CASH LEVELS IN ITS UK PROPERTY FUND TO AROUND 30% DUE TO "HEIGHTENED MARKET UNCERTAINTY"-SPOKESWOMAN
Aviva Plc <AV.L> on Tuesday appointed Amanda Blanc, the first woman to be appointed as chair of the Association of British Insurers in 2018, as an independent non-executive director, with effect from Jan. 2.
Shares in Aviva <AV.L> slid on Wednesday after the British insurer announced it would reorganise into five divisions and sell its stake in its Hong Kong business, falling short of investor expectations for a broader change in strategy.
British life and general insurer Aviva has simplified its business into five operating divisions and is selling its stake in its Hong Kong business to co-investor Hillhouse Capital, it said on Wednesday ahead of a capital markets day.
British life and general insurer Aviva Plc <VA.L> will keep its operations in Singapore and China, it said on Monday, two days ahead of an expected strategy update and following speculation of a sale of the Singapore business.
Aviva Plc, a London-listed life and general insurer, said on Monday it will retain its operations in Singapore and China, adding that it would continue to explore options for its businesses in three other Asian countries.
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There is more than a one-in-five chance that Britain remains in the European Union and there's a greater likelihood of that outcome than a no-deal Brexit, said Peter Fitzgerald, head of multi-asset management at Aviva Investors.
* JAN-HENDRIK ERASMUS TO JOIN AVIVA PLC AS GROUP CHIEF RISK OFFICER
* AVIVA INVESTORS, CANADA'S PSP INVESTMENTS TO INVEST 250 MILLION STG IN COMMERCIAL PROPERTY IN CAMBRIDGE -AVIVA Further company coverage: (Reporting By Carolyn Cohn)
German insurer Allianz <ALVG.DE>, Nippon Life and MS&AD Insurance <8725.T> are vying with rivals to buy the Singapore and Vietnam businesses of Britain's Aviva <AV.L> in a deal likely to be worth up to $2.5 billion (2 billion pounds), sources said.
* About half a dozen suitors keen on Aviva's Asia units-sources
German insurer Allianz, Nippon Life and MS&AD Insurance are vying with rivals to buy the Singapore and Vietnam businesses of Britain's Aviva, in a deal likely to be worth up to $2.5 billion, sources said.
British insurer Aviva <AV.L> has appointed Erica Arnold in a new role of chief operating officer, it said in a statement on Tuesday.
Britain's second largest insurer Aviva <AV.L> reported a forecast-beating 1% rise in first-half operating profit on Thursday, helped by a strong performance in its general business and announced a review of its Asian operations.
British life and general insurer Aviva said on Thursday it was reviewing its Asia business as it posted a forecast-beating 1% rise in first-half operating profit.
British life and general insurer Aviva <AV.L> is looking to sell its Asia business, valuing the unit at more than $2 billion (£1.65 billion), two sources familiar with the matter told Reuters.
British life and general insurer Aviva is looking to sell its Asia business, valuing the unit at more than $2 billion, two sources familiar with the matter told Reuters.
British insurer Aviva will cut 1,800 jobs globally as its new chief executive seeks to make the group more competitive by restructuring its British business and reducing costs across the business.
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