Aviva Investors’ chief investment officer real assets Mark Versey is taking over as the company’s CEO, succeeding Euan Munro who is leaving the company after seven years in the post.
Versey, who will join Aviva’s group executive committee, will report to Aviva Group CEO, Amanda Blanc, and assumes his new role with immediate effect.
He joined Aviva Investors in 2014 and most recently has led the £47 billion real assets business which includes infrastructure, real estate and private debt.
He previously held posts as CIO at Friends Life Group and AXA UK and is a fellow of the Institute of Actuaries.
“I have been impressed with Mark’s determination to strengthen Aviva Investors, deliver excellent investment performance and extend our leadership in responsible investing,” Blanc said.