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Aviva UK appoints Maurice Tulloch as general insurance CEO

Aviva has appointed Maurice Tulloch as chief executive of its UK and Ireland general insurance business.

Tulloch, who is currently chief executive of Aviva Canada, replaces outgoing general insurance CEO Robin Spencer. Spencer will leave his post at the end of September.

Aviva group chief executive Mark Wilson says: “One of my priorities since becoming chief executive has been to strengthen Aviva’s management team and ensure we have the right people in the right jobs. 

“Maurice Tulloch is a first class executive who will bring a wealth of knowledge, expertise and energy to his new role in the UK & Ireland general insurance business.”

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