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Chief Executive Officer, International Insurance
Born March 1969
Maurice joined Aviva in 1992 and is Chief Executive Officer of International Insurance with responsibility for Aviva’s insurance operations in France, Canada, Ireland, Spain, Italy, Poland, Turkey and India as part of Aviva’s strategic focus on customer’s needs by simplifying and strengthening Aviva’s international focus. Maurice joined the Board of Aviva plc as an Executive Director on 20 June 2017.
He was previouslychairman of Global General Insurance with responsibility for leading Aviva’s largest general insurance business. Prior to that Maurice was 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.
Professional qualifications and memberships
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.
Maurice Tulloch, CEO Aviva International, was interviewed by the Daily Telegraph following his recently expanded responsibilities over Europe, Canada and India.
The promise of an abundance of challenges inspired Maurice Tulloch to return from Canada to Aviva UK. Nineteen months on he has ridden out the promised ‘baptism of fire’ to deliver its best COR in history.