Share dealing    

Ordinary Shareholders

Via the internet

As an ordinary shareholder, you can use any bank, building society or stockbroker offering a share dealing facility in order to buy or sell Aviva shares. The commission charged by different organisations will vary.

You can however, also use the dealing service which is provided by the Company's Registrar, Computershare (see details below)

If you are in any doubt about buying or selling your shares, you should seek professional financial advice.

Share dealing online

Please see the internet dealing service terms and conditions  (PDF 96.0 KB)

By telephone

+44 (0)370 703 0084* Or if calling from overseas please dial 00 353 1 216 3100. Please see the computershare telephone dealing service terms and conditions  (PDF 62.9 KB)

Please note that you should have your Shareholder Reference Number (SRN) ready if you are selling or buying shares.

Details of the commission and charges for the internet and telephone share dealing facilities are available at www.computershare.com/dealing/uk .

These services are available to all UK shareholders, the majority of European countries and certain countries outside of Europe. To find out if you are eligible to use the service please visit www.computershare.com/dealing/uk .

Aviva Share Account Share Dealing

Via the internet

Share dealing online

Please see the internet dealing service terms and conditions  (PDF 96.0 KB)

By telephone

+44 (0)370 703 0084* or if calling from overseas please dial 00 353 1 216 3100. Please see the computershare telephone dealing service terms and conditions  (PDF 62.9 KB)

Please note that you should have your Shareholder Reference Number (SRN) ready if you are selling or buying shares.

Details of the commission and charges for the internet and telephone share dealing facilities are available at www.computershare.com/dealing/uk .

These services are available to all UK shareholders, the majority of European countries and certain countries outside of Europe. To find out if you are eligible to use the service please visit www.computershare.com/dealing/uk .

*(Lines are open from 8am to 5pm (UK time), Monday to Friday, excluding UK bank holidays).

American depositary receipt holders

Holders can buy and sell Aviva plc ADRs by maintaining either an International Direct Investment (IDI) plan or via the Direct Registration System (DRS) programme. For an IDI plan brochure and enrollment kit, please refer to http://www.citi.com/dr, under the “Investors” section and select “Investment Plans/Services”. You will find a pdf of Aviva’s IDI plan brochure. The IDI plan is a dividend reinvestment and direct purchase plan sponsored and administered by Citibank, NA. The plan enables first-time purchasers and existing holders to make purchases, reinvest dividends, deposit certificates for safekeeping and sell ADRs.