Aviva chairman says chief executive’s affair had no impact

Aviva chief executive Andrew Moss, has told chairman Lord Sharman that he has been having an affair with Deirdre Moffat (now know as Galvin), a member of human resources staff seconded to his office, the Times reports

Lord Sharman made a statement to the Times. He said that Moss had behaved appropriately over the affair, which is now a firm relationship.

He said he was happy that Mr Moss had broken no company rules on conduct over internal relationships.

No breach of company rules

Lord Sharman said: “Andrew has been very open with me and I am clear that there has been no breach of company rules.

“I am completely satisfied that this has in no way impacted his role as chief executive and he retains my full confidence.”