Aviva axes retirement chief Dicks

Selby, Tom
September 2012
Money Marketing;9/27/2012, p30
The article reports on Darren Dicks, head of retirement propositions at Aviva who was made redundant as part of the cost-cutting drive of the company in Great Britain. It says that the Dicks has been in the organisation since 2001 and has helped in spearheading the provider's entry in the fixed-term annuity market in June 2011. It also mentions that he will focus on making the Harrogate, York and Selby franchise of Premier Sport successful in 2013.


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