“Exceptionally well-qualified.” That is how Maurice Tulloch, chief executive officer of Aviva, described the company’s new CFO in a statement released this morning.
Taking the role of chief financial officer is Jason Windsor, who also becomes an executive director of the company effective September 26. Windsor had been the interim CFO – taking the role at the beginning of July this year – and was previously CFO at Aviva UK Insurance.
As part of the announcement, Tulloch referred to Windsor’s extensive experience – he has been with the firm since 2010 in roles including chief capital and investments officer.
“He has a proven track record as CFO of our UK business,” continued Tulloch, “and a deep understanding of the markets we operate in. Jason is a very strong addition to the board and will bring strong analytical and commercial perspective.”
Windsor’s appointment has received approval from the FCA and PRA.