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Aviva corporate benefits MD Graham Boffey quits

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Aviva managing director of corporate benefits Graham Boffey has stepped down following the provider’s decision to merge its health and corporate benefits operations.

Mark Noble, who is currently health and group risk director, takes on Boffey’s responsibilities and becomes managing director of corporate benefits and health.

An Aviva spokeswoman says: “We are bringing our health and corporate benefits businesses together and following discussions within the group Graham decided the time was right to step aside.”

It is unclear whether Boffey plans to remain within the financial services industry.

Aviva is in the process of a global cost cutting drive, with up to 800 roles in the UK general and life insurance arms at risk. The job cuts are due to be completed by the end of 2012.


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There are 3 comments at the moment, we would love to hear your opinion too.

  1. Good Luck to Graham-one of the good guys at Aviva who cared more about customers than his own career.

  2. This is a shame Boff was one part of the leadership who got it! Will leave a gap.

  3. Graham is a really good guy and I think this is a great loss to Aviva. I wish him well in his next career move, and wherever he ends up they will be getting a great person on board…..despite his questionable taste in football teams!

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