Aegon UK appoints new Chair to Board of Directors, Christina McComb

2 February 2024

Aegon UK has appointed Christina McComb, OBE, as its new Non-Executive Director and Chair of the Board of Directors. Christina replaces previous Chair, Mike Rogers, who stepped down after six years in the role.

Christina joins the Board with vast experience in executive leadership roles across private, public and not-for-profit organisations, currently serving as Non-Executive Director for Seraphim Space Investment Trust plc, Big Society Capital and Nesta.

Previously, Christina served as Chair of One Family, a leading UK financial mutual with over 2 million customers and £8 billion assets under management – including more than 1 million young people’s Child Trust Funds – and in 2018, was awarded an OBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours for services to UK industry.

Mike Holliday-Williams, CEO at Aegon UK, commented: “I’m delighted to welcome Christina as our new Non-Executive Director and Chair of Aegon UK. “Having huge success in a variety of organisations, Chris’s strength of knowledge, wealth of experience and focus on consumer outcomes will help us to deliver our vision of being the leading digital platform provider. I’m very much looking forward to working together.

“And I would like thank Mike Rogers for his support and guidance during his tenure as Chair. His hard work and commitment have been integral to positioning Aegon UK for its future.”

Christina McComb commented: “I’m thrilled to be joining Aegon UK at such an exciting time for the company. “The last few years have seen so many positive developments for the business, and the level of investment in those years provides a strong position for us to continue to grow.

“We have a clear strategy and vision all centred around helping our customers, and I look forward to being part of a team tasked with delivering the next phase of this journey.”

Source: Aegon
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