Aviva implements Italy’s management overhaul
UK insurer Aviva has made a number of changes to its Italian management board.
According to local press agencies, Patrick Dixneuf has been appointed chief executive in charge of Italian operations. He takes the role from Andrea Battista, now deputy chief executive, who will focus on managing relationships with local banks.
Battista will also oversee Stefano Longo, chief executive of bank-insurance businesses Eurovita and Avipop.
Teresa Alberti, Alessandro Belaz, Michele Colio and Roberto Marcolin will also be part of the senior management team.
Meawhile, Andrea Amadei has been appointed chief operating officer, in substitution of Lamberto Di Pietro who will leave Aviva.
In Italy, the strategic goal of the company is to consolidate the growth plan implemented over the last years, limiting the impact of challenging economic conditions to its business.