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Aviva and TSB extend home and travel partnership until 2028

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  • Five-year partnership for home insurance and travel insurance renewed to August 2028
  • Insurance cover available via digital channels, telephony and through the TSB UK branch network

Aviva announces that it has agreed with TSB to extend their partnership to offer home and travel insurance to TSB’s five million UK-based customers.

The agreement follows a  competitive tender process and reflects the success of Aviva and TSB’s existing partnership, announced in 2015.  

The renewed partnership will run to August 2028.  It supports both Aviva’s and TSB’s simplification and digitisation strategies. It also reinforces Aviva’s strong distribution relationships and maintains the insurer’s number one position in the UK bancassurance market.

Jon Marsh, Managing Director, Partnerships, Aviva, said: “I am delighted that we have renewed our partnership with TSB, which builds on our successful seven-year partnership. This extension underlines our joint, ongoing commitment to provide quality, affordable insurance solutions to help TSB customers protect their homes and enjoy their holidays.

“Extending this important partnership with TSB supports our strategy of continuing to lead in UK bancassurance and highlights the quality of Aviva’s offering in this area.” 

Ian Ramsden, Director of Customer Borrowing and Insurance, TSB,  said: “This partnership has already delivered flexible products and peace of mind for TSB customers for seven years. I am pleased that our customers will continue to benefit from our partnership with Aviva.”

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Erik Nelson

Motor Insurance and Compensation Culture, Fraud and Data

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