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Francis takes Aviva non-exec role

Former ABI director general Mary Francis has joined the board of Aviva as an independent non-executive director. Francis, who joins on 1 October, is also a non-executive director of the Bank of England and Centrica. Prior to joining the ABI in 1999, she worked for the Treasury and as private secretary to the Prime Minister.

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