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Aviva announces new flexible repayment options to Equity Release
11 Nov 2019
Aviva has announced significant enhancements to its lifetime mortgage proposition, making this increasingly popular form of funding in later life more flexible for all eligible customers.
‘Sandwich Generation’ health concerns in the UK
8 Nov 2019
New figures from the ONS report that 141 million days of work were lost due to sickness in 2018, up 10 million on the previous year.
Cold callers flouting the law
6 Nov 2019
Aviva research finds just 3% of nuisance calls have legally-required customer consent.
Aviva plc appoints Chief Risk Officer
6 Nov 2019
Today we announced the appointment of Jan-Hendrik Erasmus as Chief Risk Officer, reporting to Maurice Tulloch. Jan-Hendrik will start in February 2020 and will be a member of the Aviva Leadership Team.
Driving in wellies and using winter tyres – could they invalidate your insurance?
30 Oct 2019
Aviva busts winter driving myths and motor cover misunderstandings.
Aviva appoints Danielle Harmer as Chief People Officer
29 Oct 2019
She will join Aviva in February 2020 and will be a member of the Aviva Leadership Team. This appointment is subject to regulatory approval.
Aviva completes £1.7 billion buy-in with the Aviva Staff Pension Scheme
24 Oct 2019
Through the transaction Aviva will insure the defined benefit pension liabilities of approximately 4,300 deferred and 1,500 current pensioner Scheme members.
Beat the burglar ahead of Halloween and Bonfire Night
23 Oct 2019
Fire and theft home claims soar by up to 160% during festivities.
UK 65+ population set to double in coming century
22 Oct 2019
New population projections from the Office for National Statistics have projected that the UK 65+ population is set to double from 12 million to 24 million over the coming century.
Aviva redeems £210 million of debt
17 Oct 2019
A step towards our debt reduction target of at least £1.5 billion by the end of 2022.
6 out of 10 home-share hosts have problem guests
15 Oct 2019
But almost half of guests have experienced home-stay horrors.
Employers getting ‘switchy’ over workplace pensions
11 Oct 2019
New figures show that the secondary market in workplace pensions is continuing to thrive.
Millions of mid-life employees expected to quit jobs to provide care
9 Oct 2019
Over 2.6 million mid-life UK employees expect to quit their jobs to provide care to adult family members.
Seven out of ten UK homes suffer as owners ignore maintenance
8 Oct 2019
Aviva urges homeowners to get prepared with winter-ready checklist.
Free marketing support for group protection and health advisers
4 Oct 2019
Aviva has launched a new website dedicated to helping Group Protection and Health advisers who are looking for additional support with their marketing.
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Can we afford to live to 100?
19 Sep 2019
Retiring at 60 is a relatively new concept. As populations age – and age better – people are looking for ways to stay in work and sustain their retirement income. We present five charts that sum up the changing landscape.
Why not Fairtrade finance?
22 Jul 2019
We like to buy Fairtrade coffee. Why not Fairtrade finance, asks Steve Waygood.
Is this the end of the road for car insurance?
5 Jul 2019
Around the world, cars typically stand unused almost 98% of the time. And yet so many of us take on a huge financial burden just to own one. We pay out a significant amount every year to cover things like tax, fuel and, of course, car insurance.
The future of retirement
4 Jun 2019
The idea of stepping out of work at age 60 or so, and retiring, into a life of leisure is relatively recent. But with more people living longer, expectations of retirement are being reshaped.
A matter of taste
13 May 2019
Breakthroughs in food science are challenging beliefs that have driven global food producers to create products loaded with salt, sugar and hydrogenated fat. That is leaving the industry ripe for disruption.
Are we teaching machines to discriminate?
26 Apr 2019
Sexism, racism, bigotry – the thing about unconscious bias is you don’t know you’re doing it. But are you?
Customers want ‘no strings’ insurance
12 Apr 2019
‘Let me leave – but convince me to stay.’ These days, Lucas expects flexibility. And he’s not alone.
Plastic (not so) fantastic
20 Feb 2019
The environmental impact of single-use plastic is under scrutiny like never before, bringing new challenges and opportunities to industry.
Ethics and alpha: can investing responsibly enhance returns?
7 Jan 2019
Steve Waygood, Chief Responsible Investment Officer at Aviva Investors, makes the case for investing responsibly.
F for fake
14 Dec 2018
False stories published online have caused headaches for investors. But the fightback against fake news has begun, writes Jason Bohnet at Aviva Investors.
Aviva welcomes pension dashboard plans
3 Dec 2018
The Department for Work and Pensions publish the long-awaited Pensions Dashboard consultation and Feasibility Study today.
It’s time to ditch the ‘daddy daycare’ moniker
23 Nov 2018
10 years ago, my second child turned out to be twins. The cost of childcare for three children was astronomical, so my husband gave up work to become a full-time dad. It was a practical decision, but it wasn’t an easy one.
If they're in your device ... they're under your skin
9 Nov 2018
"I struggled for money this month and tried to dig myself out – loans, credit cards, extra work. Then I got an email from my bank offering me a credit card with a long interest-free period. I put my details in and waited for a response ...
Millions sleepwalking towards “less than minimum wage” at retirement
14 Sep 2018
... as private sector pension contributions fall.
Living in an immaterial world
24 Aug 2018
Stewart Robertson, Senior Economist at Aviva Investors, comments on the rising stock of invisible assets.
Will the UK give electric cars the green light?
10 Aug 2018
Why we can’t be bothered to go electric.
Ever heard of an MOT for humans?
Every year, you put your car in for its MOT. But how often do we take a step back and give the important areas of our life an assessment?
Dementia: the 21st century's biggest killer
Dementia is the 21st century's biggest killer and 1 in 3 babies born now will go on to develop dementia.
The AIQ Podcast: Finding flow
Good collaboration is key to success in almost every field, from business to finance to sport.
A victimless crime?
Is insurance fraud a victimless crime? We take a look at the how insurance fraud is changing - and the impact it has.
Just 35 minutes to yourself
The 'sandwich generation' is the term used for those people who are simultaneously caring for their children and their ageing parents.
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