Last quote by Mark Wilson
We see significant opportunities to differentiate our business in the UK post-Brexit.
Mark Wilson has been quoted 10 times. The two most recent articles where Mark Wilson has been quoted are Aviva merges UK insurance businesses, Europe CEO quits and G20 task force wants companies to come clean on climate risk. Most recently, Mark Wilson was quoted as having said, “Our priorities are to continue to deepen our position in our home UK market...and to continue to grow in our core international markets.”.
Quotes by Mark Wilson
Jan 19 2017
Our priorities are to continue to deepen our position in our home UK market...and to continue to grow in our core international markets.
Dec 14 2016
Only then will climate risk become integral to corporate governance and how we all do business.
Sep 01 2016
Climate change... represents the mother of all risks – to business and to society as a whole. And that risk is magnified by the way in which fossil fuel subsidies distort the energy market.
Aug 10 2016
To date 2016 has also been a strong period of growth for us and we continue to increase our market share; we have seen a 4.1 percent increase in revenue flights for the first half of the year year-on-year and a 7.5 percent increase in passengers flown during the same period.
Aug 04 2016
I'm not sure what question the rate cut is trying to answer.
Jul 20 2016
Insurance is in the stone ages, while people are circling Mars in spaceships in other industries. We need to build our own spaceship.
Jun 07 2016
Although it is too early to quantify the precise impact of Brexit, we are confident we can continue to grow.
Mar 10 2016
In the insurance industry generally, the Solvency II has been a massive overhang for some time.
Apr 18 2013
I know this is difficult news for our employees but these changes are essential if we are to remain competitive. I am determined that Aviva gets through this phase of our business transformation as quickly as possible.
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