Andrew Kirton was appointed an independent non-executive director of Aviva Investors Holdings Limited and Aviva Investors Global Services Limited in February 2020. Andrew is Chair of Aviva Investors Global Services Limited.
Experience and qualifications
Prior to joining Aviva Investors, Andrew spent over 30 years in the investment consulting and fiduciary management profession; in particular, from 1998, with Mercer, the global investment and actuarial firm. At Mercer, Andrew held various business and investment leadership roles including six years as Global Chief Investment Officer. Andrew is a trustee of the Birmingham Women's and Children's Hospital Charity, and a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society. He holds a BA in Industrial Economics from the University of Nottingham.
Independent Non-Executive Director
Independent Non-Executive Director and Chairman of Aviva Investors UK Fund Services Ltd
Non-Executive Director of Aviva plc
Chairman of Aviva Investors North America Holdings Board
Independent Non-Executive Director
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