Tim Harris is set to take up the position of group chief accountant at Aviva.
Subject to regulatory approval, Mr Harris will join the higher echelons of the
insurance heavyweight from PWC where he is a partner in the Global Capital
He has extensive experience of the company, having previously spent four
years in Aviva’s group finance team, initially leading projects within the
Global Finance Transformation Programme and latterly in the role of group
financial reporting director.
He succeeds Nic Nicandrou, previously group financial control director at
Aviva, who has moved on to the position of finance director at Norwich Union
Mr Harris will report to Andrew Moss, group finance director, from
Commenting on Tim’s appointment, Andrew Moss said: ‘Tim has been prominent in
many of the emerging financial control and reporting discussions taking place
within the insurance industry, both at an EU and UK level.
‘His knowledge and experience will be an undoubted asset to Aviva as we
continue to take a leading role in shaping the future for insurance standards in
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