Aviva, one of Europe's biggest insurers, is one of the most high-profile companies to be hurt by shareholder revolt. New chairman and chief executive John McFarlane talks to the FT's Alistair Gray about investor anger, the problem with low interest rates and banking regulation.
Produced by Veronica Kan-Dapaah and Daniel Garrahan. Filmed by Steve Ager
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