Aviva CFO Regan to join QBE in Australia

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24 Jan 2014

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AVIVA chief financial officer Pat Regan is leaving the group to join QBE as its CFO in Sydney, Australia.

Regan, who joined Aviva as CFO in 2010, will leave in June, Financial Director's sister title Post reports.

Mark Wilson, Aviva chief executive, said: “Pat has been a tremendous support in assisting me with Aviva’s financial transformation. I am supportive of his decision, and he leaves with my best wishes and those of Aviva’s board.”

Regan, also an executive director of Aviva, said: “Whilst I am excited about my new role at QBE, I am also sad to be leaving Aviva. Aviva is a great business with a bright future ahead of it. I have thoroughly enjoyed working with Mark and I wish him and everyone who works for Aviva all the best for the future.”

The search for Regan’s replacement is underway.

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