Solvency II prompts Aviva to create chief capital officer role

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The increasing demands of Solvency II have prompted London-based insurer Aviva to appoint Tim Harris to the new role of deputy chief financial officer and chief capital officer. Currently chief financial officer (CFO) for Aviva's European business, Harris's new role gives him specific responsibility for managing capital across the business in light of impending regulatory change.

Harris will report to Aviva CFO Patrick Regan and will start his new role when a successor is appointed to his

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