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Aviva corporate benefits director Paul Goodwin leaves

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Aviva UK proposition, strategy and development director Paul Goodwin is leaving the provider following an internal restructure.

Aviva has decided to combine its corporate benefits and savings and investment divisions into a single ‘pensions and investments’ team led Andy Curran, who becomes UK life pensions and investments managing director.

Goodwin has left the provider as part of this process.

An Aviva spokeswoman says: “We will be bringing corporate benefits and savings and investments together and creating a new ‘pensions and investments’ team.

“Following that decision Paul has decided now is the right time to move on.

“Aviva is refocusing its business and the decision to restructure the two teams is part of that.”

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