Aviva UK boss: Expect more consolidation from Succession

Half year results

Jenna Brown
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Aviva’s acquisition of Succession Wealth is expected to complete “imminently” and the provider said it expects the business to continue its M&A activity post-finalisation.

Speaking after the release of the insurer's latest interim results, released on Wednesday 10 August, Doug Brown, chief executive of UK & Ireland Life at Aviva, said everything was on track with the deal and it was expected to close in Q3. He told PA: "As part of the acquisition of Succession Wealth deal, the intention was for them to continue with consolidation. They have a management team that has been very successful in that. We continue to be committed to that. "As part of the acquisition we knew there would be further consolidation and we will continue to support them on that." ...

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