Sue Amies-King was appointed as an independent non-executive director of Aviva Investors Holdings Limited Board in March 2022. She is also a member of the Aviva Investors Holdings Limited Audit, Risk, Nomination & Remuneration Committees.
Experience and qualifications
Sue has significant experience in the Financial Services sector having spent 8 years at Aviva’s UK Life business and 5 years as an independent non-executive director at a personal lines insurer. She started her career in the energy industry and then moved into financial services in 2004, spending 8 years at Aviva in operational and transformation roles. Sue spent the last 7 years of her executive career in the Water sector initially as a member of the executive team of United Utilities, a FTSE 100 company and then as CEO of a joint venture company called Water Plus which she established. Sue is an independent non-executive director and chair of the Customer Conduct Committee for Hastings Direct Insurance Ltd and an independent consultant advising companies on Business Transformation.
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
Independent Non-Executive Director
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