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Summary

Name Age Since Current Position

John McFarlane

67 2013 Non-Executive Chairman of the Board

Mark Wilson

48 2013 Group Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director

Tom Stoddard

2014 Chief Financial Officer, Executive Director

David Barral

52 2012 Chief Executive Officer, Aviva UK & Ireland Life Insurance

Hock Seng Khor

54 2013 Chief Executive Officer, Aviva Asia

David McMillan

48 2012 Chairman Global Health Insurance, Chief Executive Officer, Aviva Europe

Euan Munro

44 2014 Chief Executive Officer, Aviva Investors

Maurice Tulloch

45 2012 Chairman Global General Insurance and Chief Executive Officer, Aviva UK & Ireland General Insurance

Monique Shivanandan

51 2014 Chief Information Officer

Amanda Mackenzie

50 2011 Chief Marketing and Communications Officer

John Lister

56 2012 Group Chief Risk and Capital Officer

Kirstine Cooper

50 2012 Group General Counsel, Company Secretary

Nick Amin

58 2013 Group Transformation Director

Christine Deputy

49 2013 Group HR Director

Paul Boyle

55 2012 Chief Audit Officer

Jason Windsor

42 2013 Chief Capital and Investments Officer

Glyn Barker

60 2012 Independent Non-Executive Director

Patricia Cross

54 2013 Independent Non-Executive Director

Gay Evans

60 2011 Independent Non-Executive Director

Michael Hawker

55 2010 Independent Non-Executive Director

Michael Mire

2013 Independent Non-Executive Director

Adrian Montague

66 2013 Senior Non-Executive Independent Director

Robert Stein

65 2013 Independent Non-Executive Director

Scott Wheway

47 2007 Independent Non-Executive Director

Colin Simpson

2013 Investor Relations Director

Biographies

Name Description

John McFarlane

Mr. John McFarlane is no longer a Non-Executive Chairman of the Board of the Company effective April 2015. He has extensive experience in banking, including investment, corporate and retail banking, and in general management, insurance, strategy, risk and cultural change. He is Chairman of FirstGroup plc (transport operator), Westfield Holdings Ltd (retail mall developer and operator) and Old Oak Holdings Ltd (financial holding company). Previously, John was Chief Executive Officer of Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Ltd (ANZ) (banking) for 10 years between 1997 and 2007. Before joining ANZ, John was a group Executive Director at Standard Chartered plc (banking). Prior to this, John was Managing Director of Citicorp Investment Bank Ltd and later head of Citicorp and Citibank in the UK and Ireland (banking). He was formerly a Non-Executive Director of National Westminster Bank plc (banking), The Royal Bank of Scotland Group plc (banking), the London Stock Exchange and Capital Radio plc (media). He was also a Non-Executive Director of The Securities Association (UK securities regulator), the Auditing Practices Board (auditing regulator) and the Business Council of Australia. John was president of the International Monetary Conference (the annual meeting of the heads of the world’s major banks and central banks) and was chairman of the Australian Bankers' Association. While in the UK, he was a member of the Bank of England Financial Law Review Panel and in 1992, he chaired The McFarlane Report - the review of “The Future Development of Auditing in the United Kingdom and Ireland.” More recently, he served as a member of the governing body of the Economics Research Institute for the Association of South East Asian Nations & East Asia.

Mark Wilson

Mark Andrew Wilson is Group Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director of the Company. Mark has over 25 years of operational and executive experience in the insurance industry across life assurance, general insurance and asset management, in both mature and growth markets. He has extensive experience of leading major international insurance companies and has an excellent track record as a focused and inspirational business leader. Mark was Chief Executive Officer and President of AIA Group (insurance), based in Hong Kong. He repositioned AIA into the leading pan-Asian insurance company, improved its market valuation and successfully navigated the company through the global financial crisis and prepared it for IPO. The company emerged as a stronger and significantly more valuable independent entity, leading to the largest IPO in corporate history in Hong Kong. Mark was previously Chief Executive Officer of AXA China and Chief Executive Officer of AXA South East Asia (insurance). He also held a number of senior management positions at National Mutual (insurance) in New Zealand, where he progressed through many of the major business functions, gaining a deep and broad knowledge of the business. Since he arrived at Aviva, Mark has set out a comprehensive strategy to turn around Aviva’s performance. He has set out an investment thesis of cashflow and growth, focusing the business on clear, simple financial metrics. In his first year, Mark has strengthened the senior management team and is leading a programme to reinvigorate Aviva’s culture, emphasising high performance and a relentless focus on serving Aviva’s customers even better. Mark is a New Zealander and has a Bachelor of Management Studies degree from the University of Waikato.

Tom Stoddard

Tom Stoddard is Chief Financial Officer, Executive Director of the Company. He has worked primarily as an investment banker, including advising Aviva plc. He also has experience as a corporate lawyer and an asset based lender. From 2008 to 2014, Tom was Senior Managing Director, Head of Global Financial Institutions Advisory, at the investment and advisory firm Blackstone Advisory Partners LP with responsibility for successfully driving Blackstone’s business of advising banks, insurers and other financial institutions globally. He also held senior investment banking positions at Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette (investment company) and its successor, Credit Suisse (financial services holding company), where he led the global insurance group as Managing Director. Tom also practiced corporate and securities law with Cravath, Swaine & Moore LLP (US law firm) from 1992 to 1994." Tom holds a Juris Doctor with Honours from the University of Chicago Law School. He holds a B.A. with Distinction in Economics from Swarthmore College, where he was a McCabe Scholar and a member of Phi Beta Kappa.

David Barral

Mr. David Barral is Chief Executive Officer, Aviva UK & Ireland Life Insurance of the Company. He was previously Aviva’s director of independent financial advisor business and was appointed distribution director in 2005 covering independent financial advisor (IFA), retail, partnership and employee benefit channels. In 2008 he was appointed marketing director and led the Aviva rebrand for the UK Life business. During his time at Aviva, he has spearheaded much of the UK Life and pensions business' activities to champion the customer, including supporting a move to the open market option for UK annuity customers. David has 20 years in financial services including roles in sales, marketing, operations and business transformation at organisations including Eagle Star, Prudential and Morgan Grenfell. He is a member of the life insurance committee of the Association of British Insurers (ABI) and is chair of the ABI’s retirement and savings committee.

Hock Seng Khor

Khor Hock Seng is Chief Executive Officer, Aviva Asia of the Company. Khor was formerly Chief Executive and Managing Director of AIA’s Malaysian business and regional executive. From 2008 he successfully drove the transformation of AIA Malaysia leading the business to capitalise on development opportunities, generating strong growth in value and cash flow, despite the difficult economic environment. He has over 30 years of insurance experience with roles in actuarial, operations, sales & marketing and general management at Manulife, Hong Leong, British American Life & General and Malaysian American Insurance. This experience gives him a deep business understanding and extensive knowledge of the Asian market and culture which is critical to our success in the region.

David McMillan

Mr. David John Ramsay McMillan is Chairman Global Health Insurance, Chief Executive Officer, Aviva Europe of the Company. David joined Aviva in November 2002 and is chief executive officer, Aviva Europe with accountability for the Group's businesses in Italy, Lithuania, Poland, Spain and Turkey. He is also chairman of Aviva France SA. He joined the Group Executive in April 2012. He was previously group transformation director with responsibility for managing the implementation of Aviva's strategic plan across the Group, refocusing and optimising the Group's business portfolio, achieving financial strength, improving performance, and building a high-performance ethic across Aviva. He was previously chief executive officer, Aviva UK & Ireland General Insurance, chief operating officer for Aviva UK General Insurance, chairman of Aviva Global Services and non-executive director of Aviva Health. David began his career with Aviva in 2002 as director of partnerships (bancassurance). In 2006, he joined the Aviva UK General Insurance executive as customer service director, responsible for claims and customer service operations, including supply chain. Prior to joining Aviva, he spent 12 years as director of management consultancy with PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP. His role involved leading projects spanning mergers and acquisitions, retail banking, organisational strategy and change. David completed his undergraduate degree in finance and computer science at Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh. He holds an MBA from the University of Chicago and is an Associate of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants.

Euan Munro

Euan G. Munro is Chief Executive Officer, Aviva Investors of the Company. Euan joined Aviva in January 2014 and is chief executive officer of Aviva Investors with responsibility for capitalising on Aviva Investors expertise in managing Aviva’s own funds, becoming a stronger third party manager and increasing Aviva Investors profit contribution to the Group. He was most recently global head of multi-asset investing and fixed income teams at Standard Life Investments with responsibility for the management of all the assets of Standard Life Assurance Company and Standard Life Investments’ fixed income and multi-asset investment funds. He was also a member of Standard Life Investments’ board and Standard Life plc’s executive leadership team. Euan has significant experience in fixed income and multi-asset management in an insurance environment.

Maurice Tulloch

Mr. Maurice Tulloch is Chairman Global General Insurance and Chief Executive Officer, Aviva UK & Ireland General Insurance. He was previously president and chief executive officer of Aviva Canada with responsibility for the strategic direction and operation of Canada's second largest property and casualty insurer, and the second largest general insurance operation in the Group. Prior to that he was executive vice-president and chief operating officer, Aviva Ontario and specialty distribution and has held several senior management positions in the Group. Maurice is a Certified Management Accountant (CMA), and holds a masters in business administration (MBA) from Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh and a BA in Economics from the University of Waterloo. Prior to moving to the UK Maurice was Chair of the Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC), the Property & Casualty Insurance Compensation Corporation (PACICC) Board, and the Insurance Institute of Canada (ICC) Board and a member of other Canadian insurance bodies.

Monique Shivanandan

Monique Shivanandan is Chief Information Officer of the Company. Monique Shivanandan joined Aviva in April 2014 as the Chief Information Officer and a member of the Group Executive. Previously Monique has held senior level technology positions in both the telecommunications and banking sectors. From 2010 to 2014 she was the Chief Technology Officer for Capital One based in the US and was responsible for establishing the company’s technical vision and leading all aspects of the company’s technology development, playing an integral role in the company’s strategic direction, development, and future growth. Prior to her financial services experience, she worked in the telecommunication industry, latterly she was the Managing Director and Chief Information Officer for the Retail division of British Telecommunications. While there, she was responsible for IT Network and new product introductions supporting the company’s retail businesses. Before joining British Telecommunications in 2006, she was a an executive at Bellsouth Corporation, with roles including Chief Security Officer and Vice President for IT Strategy and the CIO for the Consumer organization. Monique started her career at American Management Systems (AMS), where she held a variety of positions including leadership of complex systems implementations for clients from a wide range of industries, such as government, military, colleges and universities, health care, and financial services. Monique graduated from Lehigh University in 1985 with a degree in Industrial Engineering.

Amanda Mackenzie

Ms. Amanda Mackenzie, OBE is Chief Marketing and Communications Officer of the Company. Amanda joined Aviva in 2008 to oversee the rebrand from Norwich Union and to set up a global marketing and communications function. She been a member of Aviva's Group Executive for 6 years and has responsibility for customer, marketing, brand, corporate & public affairs and corporate responsibility. She is also the executive sponsor for diversity. Amanda has a BSc in Psychology from the University of London, is a graduate of the Insead Advanced Management Programme, a Life Fellow of the RSA and Fellow and past President of the Marketing Society. Amanda has over 25 years of commercial experience, including director roles at British Airways Airmiles, BT and British Gas. She is also a non-executive director of Mothercare Plc. She has been on the board of the National Youth Orchestra for 7 years and is a member of Lord Davies steering group to increase the number of women on boards. Amanda was awarded an OBE in the 2014 New Year Honours List for services to marketing.

John Lister

Mr. John Lister is Group Chief Risk and Capital Officer of the Company. John joined Aviva in 1986 and is the group chief risk officer. He has overall responsibility for leading Aviva’s risk function and preparing the business for Solvency II. He has more than 25 years' experience working in the UK Life business. He is an actuary and spent the first nine years of his career in a variety of senior actuarial roles across the UK Life business before becoming its chief actuary in 2005. In 2009 he became finance director of Aviva UK Life, and in July 2012 he was appointed group chief risk and capital officer and led capital management across the Group until July 2014.

Kirstine Cooper

Ms. Kirstine Cooper is Group General Counsel, Company Secretary of the Company. Kirstine joined Aviva in 1991 and is the group general counsel and company secretary for Aviva plc and heads the Office of the Chairman. She was appointed to the Group Executive in May 2012. Kirstine established the legal and company secretarial function as a global team and is responsible for the provision of legal services to the Group, legal risk management, and compliance with UK and US listing requirements. She also supports the Chairman and the Board in the discharge of their responsibilities. Kirstine is a lawyer and held a number of legal roles within Aviva's legacy companies before leading the property division of General Accident and the group legal function of CGU for eight years. She was formerly deputy group company secretary and legal counsel of Aviva plc and she currently sits as a director on the boards of Aviva Insurance Limited and Aviva France SA. Kirstine is also a board member of English National Ballet. Kirsty holds a bachelor of laws degree from the University of Glasgow and is qualified as a solicitor in England and Wales, as well as in Scotland. She is also a graduate of the general manager programme at INSEAD.

Nick Amin

Nick Amin is Group Transformation Director of the Company. He has a strong international background in consumer banking and insurance, having most recently held a number of senior management roles within AIA Group. He has significant experience of general management, business operations and transformation projects over a 40 year career history. Within the AIA Group, he was executive vice president and group chief administration officer, responsible for the execution of AIA's transformation strategy which resulted in AIA's successful IPO; senior vice president and chief transformation officer; and senior vice president, strategic initiatives. He was previously an advisory principal to buy side private equity transactions, most recently in Asia but also previously in the UK and Europe. He was also previously president and chief operating officer at CIGNA Asia Pacific and senior vice president and chief executive officer of CIGNA Latin America, and has held a number of management roles at Citibank within Europe.

Christine Deputy

Christine Deputy is the Group HR Director of the Company. Christine has a significant track record of leading human resources functions and being responsible for the delivery of successful cultural-change programmes across a number of businesses. She was most recently head of HR, global retail and business banking at Barclays where she took a leadership role in the cultural change programme. She was formerly senior vice president, chief human resources officer at Dunkin’ Brands Group; held a number of roles at Starbucks Coffee Company, culminating in being vice president, partner resources, Asia Pacific and Greater China Regions, and held a number of roles at Thomas Cook Group (Canada) culminating in being vice president human resources.

Paul Boyle

Mr. Paul Boyle is Chief Audit Officer of the Company. He is currently a director of the Financial and Legal Skills Partnership and JSSP (licensed sector skills council). Paul was the first chief executive of the Financial Reporting Council (FRC), the UK's independent regulator responsible for promoting confidence in corporate reporting and governance. Whilst in this role, he led the establishment of the International Forum of Independent Audit Regulators serving as its chairman and vice-chairman from 2006 until 2009. Before joining the FRC, he was a member of the leadership team at the Financial Services Authority (regulatory predecessor to the PRA and FCA), serving as a chief operating officer from 2000 until 2004. He has also held senior management roles in WH Smith Group plc and Cadbury Schweppes plc. Paul holds a degree in Accountancy from the University of Glasgow and in 2010 was appointed as an Honorary Professor in the University’s Department of Accountancy and Finance. He also trained as a chartered accountant with Coopers & Lybrand and worked with the firm in the UK, the USA and Turkey. Paul is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland and served as a member of its Council from 1990 until 1996.

Jason Windsor

Mr. Jason Windsor is Chief Capital and Investments Officer of the Company. Jason joined Aviva in August 2010 and is the chief capital and investments officer, with responsibility for the management of capital across Aviva; leads the Group’s Investment function; strategy and planning; and mergers, acquisitions and disposals. He joined the Group Executive in February 2013. Prior to joining Aviva, he was managing director in the Financial Institutions Group at Morgan Stanley, with management responsibility for the European asset management sector. He led a wide number of M&A and strategic equity transactions, including the IPOs of Delta Lloyd and Gartmore. At Morgan Stanley Jason spent 3 years specialising on regulatory capital and funding for financial institutions. Jason joined Morgan Stanley in 1995 as financial analyst at the investment banking division, and spent 1 year in Singapore, focusing on the energy and infrastructure sector. Jason holds a BA in Chemistry from Worcester College, Oxford. At Oxford he authored a one-year thesis regarding the depletion of the ozone layer, which was published in a European journal.

Glyn Barker

Glyn Barker is Independent Non-Executive Director of the Company. Glyn has extensive experience as a business leader and a trusted adviser to FTSE100 companies and their boards on a wide variety of corporate and finance issues. He possesses a deep understanding of accounting and regulatory issues together with in-depth transactional and financial services experience. Currently Glyn is Chairman of Irwin Mitchell (law firm), a Non-Executive Director of Transocean Limited (offshore drilling), Berkeley Group Holdings plc (construction) and a trustee of English National Opera. Formerly Vice Chairman, UK of PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP (PwC) with responsibility for leading the executive team for Europe, Middle East, Africa and India region, following a long and successful career with the firm. He held a number of other senior positions at PwC, including UK managing partner, UK head of assurance and a member of its UK management board. He also built PwC's private equity focused Transactions business.

Patricia Cross

Patricia Anne Cross is Independent Non-Executive Director of the Company. Patricia has significant experience as both an executive and non-executive director across a wide range of financial services and other regulated industries in the US, Europe and Australia. She is currently Chairman of the Commonwealth Superannuation Corporation (superannuation services), a Non-Executive Director of Macquarie Group Limited (banking) and Macquarie Bank Limited (banking). She is a Director of the Grattan Institute (Australian think tank), and an Ambassador for the Australian Indigenous Education Foundation (charity). Patricia was formerly a Non-Executive Director of Qantas Airways Limited (airline) and National Australia Bank Limited (NAB) (banking) which was a 100% owner of Clydesdale Bank plc in the UK, and previously had held a number of senior executive positions at NAB. She has also held Non-Executive positions at Wesfarmers Limited (conglomerate including insurance), Suncorp-Metway Limited (insurance and banking) and AMP Limited (wealth management and life insurance). She was formerly Deputy Chairman of Victoria's Transport Accident Commission (statutory insurer, Australia), Chairman of the Qantas Superannuation Fund (pension fund) and served in honorary Australian Government roles including the Australian Financial Centre Forum and the Financial Sector Advisory Council, as well as on numerous charities. She was also Executive General Manager, wholesale banking and finance at NAB, and held a number of senior executive positions at Chase Manhattan Bank and Banque Nationale de Paris (banking).

Gay Evans

Ms. Gay Huey Evans is Independent Non-Executive Director of the Company. Gay has over 30 years of experience within the financial services industry, having held key positions in government and in a number of global financial and banking institutions and the Financial Services Authority (regulatory predecessor to the PRA and FCA). Gay is currently a Non-Executive Director of ConocoPhillips (exploration and production), Bank Itau BBA International Limited (banking), and the Financial Reporting Council. Gay is also Chairman of the Beacon Awards (charity) and a trustee of Wellbeing of Women (UK) (charity). Gay was formerly Chairman of the board of International Swaps and Derivatives Association, Inc (ISDA) (financial trade association), Vice Chairman, Investment Banking & Investment Management at Barclays Capital (banking) from April 2008 to October 2010 and Non-Executive Director of The London Stock Exchange Group plc (financial services) from June 2010 to July 2013. Gay was also a trustee of The Wigmore Hall Trust (charity). Prior to that, Gay held senior management positions at Citi Alternative Investments (investments) and Bankers Trust Company (banking). Gay is a member of the management board and of the panel of finance experts of the Panel of Recognised International Market Experts in Finance (PRIME Finance). PRIME Finance is a dispute settlement body for the global financial markets. Gay was recently appointed as an independent member of the Fair and Effective Markets Review. The Fair and Effective Markets Review will assess the way wholesale financial markets operate and is a joint review by the Treasury, the Bank of England and the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).

Michael Hawker

Mr. Michael J. Hawker is Independent Non-Executive Director of the Company. Michael brings to the Board a wealth of knowledge and experience gained over a long career in the banking and insurance industries, in both executive and non-executive roles in Europe, Asia and Australia. He is currently a Non-Executive Director of Macquarie Group Ltd (banking), Macquarie Bank Ltd (banking) and Washington H Soul Pattinson Pty and Company Ltd (investment). Michael is Chairman and Non-Executive Director of the Australian Rugby Union and SANZAR Pty Limited (rugby union) and is a member of the International Rugby Board Council and Executive Committee. With respect to medical research, Michael is Chairman of The George Institute for Global Health (research institution). He was formerly Chief Executive and Managing Director of Insurance Australia Group (insurance), Group Chief Executive of business and consumer banking at Westpac Banking Corporation (banking) and Chairman of the Insurance Council of Australia (insurance representative body). Mike is a Member in the General Division of the Order of Australia.

Michael Mire

Mr. Michael Mire is Independent Non-Executive Director of the Company. Michael has extensive experience of advising companies on and implementing transformation programmes and also brings to the Board an in-depth understanding of the financial services sector. Michael is currently the Senior Independent Director at the Care Quality Commission (the UK’s independent hospital and social care regulator). Michael was a senior partner at McKinsey & Company where he worked for more than 30 years until July 2013. Initially an associate in the Financial Services practice at McKinsey, he became a partner in 1984 and senior partner in 1991 and his career focused on financial services, retail and transformation programmes. He started his career at N M Rothschild (financial advisers) in 1970 as an analyst and then a foreign exchange dealer and spent three years seconded to the Central Policy Review Staff (now the Number 10 Policy Unit) to work on major initiatives including industrial policy and social security reform.

Adrian Montague

Sir Adrian A. Montague, CBE, has been appointed as Senior Non-Executive Independent Director of Aviva Plc., effective May 8, 2013. Sir Adrian is currently chairman of 3i Group plc and Anglian Water Group Limited, deputy chairman and senior independent director of UK Green Investment Bank plc and a non-executive director of Skanska AB. He was previously chairman of Friends Provident plc, British Energy Group plc, Michael Page International plc and Cross London Rail Links Ltd (Crossrail) and deputy chairman of Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd. He was also closely involved in the implementation of the UK Government's policies of investing private capital in public infrastructure; first as chief executive of the Treasury Taskforce and then as deputy chairman of Partnerships UK plc.

Robert Stein

Mr. Robert W. Stein is Independent Non-Executive Director of the Company. Bob brings significant accounting and financial services experience to the Board. He is currently a Non-Executive Director and Chair of the audit committee of Assurant, Inc (US specialty insurance) and is a trustee emeritus of the Board of trustees of the US Actuarial Foundation. Bob spent most of his working life at Ernst & Young (accountancy) in the US, where he held a number of managing partner roles including actuarial, insurance and financial services practices in the US and globally, culminating in being Managing Partner, Global Actuarial Practice. Bob was educated at Drake University in the US and is a Certified Public Accountant and a fellow of the Society of Actuaries. He is a member of the AICPA and a member of the American Academy of Actuaries.

Scott Wheway

Scott Wheway is Independent Non-Executive Director of the Aviva PLC. Scott brings to the Board a wealth of business experience in the retail sector and his understanding of customer priorities has been greatly beneficial in driving the customer agenda and excellence in customer service within the business. Scott is currently a Non-Executive Director of Santander UK plc (retail bank). He was former Chief Executive Officer of Best Buy Europe (retail services), Director of The Boots Company plc (now known as The Boots Company Ltd) (pharmacy), Managing Director and Retail Director of Boots the Chemist at Alliance Boots plc, and Director of the British Retail Consortium (trade association for the UK retail industry). He formerly held a number of senior executive positions at Tesco plc (retail services), including Chief Executive of Tesco in Japan.

Colin Simpson

Colin Simpson is Investor Relations Director of the Company. Previously, Colin was Executive Director at Goldman Sachs from June 2008 and was primarily responsible for covering the UK life and non-life insurers. He was previously an analyst at Bear Stearns, where he covered life names as well as European reinsurers. Prior to that, Colin worked in life reinsurance in London. Colin is a qualified actuary and holds a BSc in Statistics from the University of Cape Town.
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