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Philip Willcock named CEO of AIG Life Limited (UK)

13th December 2018 - Author: Luke Gallin

AIG Life Limited (UK), a division of global insurer and reinsurer American International Group, Inc. (AIG), has announced the appointment of Philip Willcock as its new Chief Executive Officer (CEO), effective March 1st, 2019.

AIG LogoWillcock will be based in London, and will report to Adam Winslow, CEO, International, Life & Retirement, AIG Life Limited (UK). Willcock spent two decades with insurer Aviva and held a number of senior positions across the UK Health & Life units.

Most recently, he served as CEO and President of Aviva’s joint venture in Indonesia and CEO of Aviva Italy. Willcock joins AIG Life Limited (UK) from RPMI where he was CEO.

Winslow, commented on the appointment: “Philip’s credentials are incredibly strong, and he has an outstanding track record of achievement in insurance globally. He inherits a highly experienced and dedicated team, and I am confident AIG Life will continue to strengthen and grow under his leadership. I am delighted to welcome Philip to AIG Life.”

Willcock, added: “I am thrilled to be offered the opportunity to lead AIG Life Limited. Over the last 10 years the business has demonstrated its ability to innovate and grow, and I look forward to being part of the team ensuring it remains at the forefront of the U.K. protection market.”

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