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  • Aviva appoints Claudia Arney as an Independent Non-Executive Director

    Aviva plc (“Aviva” or the “Company”) has appointed Claudia Arney as an independent non-executive director of the Company with effect from 8 February 2016. She will also join the Nomination Committee.
  • Travel insurance claims soar as families hit the slopes

    February half term is the most dangerous time of the year for a trip to the slopes, with more than twice the average number of winter sports travel claims this week, compared to the rest of the ski season. This is according to travel insurance claims data revealed today by Aviva.1
  • Four In Ten New Homeowners Have DIY Disasters In The First Year

    FOUR IN TEN NEW HOMEOWNERS HAVE DIY DISASTERS IN THE FIRST YEAR (And more than half call in the professionals to put right bodged jobs) Spilled paint, burst pipes and plaster falling off walls are amongst the most common DIY disasters encountered by new housebuyers, according to research from Aviva. A study of around 1,000 recent home-movers found that people spent on average more than £10,000 in the first year doing up their new properties. However the research also revealed that costs are often bumped up by bodged jobs around the house.    
  • Businesses don't believe they are at risk of cyber crime, says Aviva

    2 in 5 businesses don’t believe they are at risk and more than a third of businesses would not know what to do if they became the victim of a cyber crime.
  • Auto-enrolment can provide a boost to advisers

    A third of financial advisers believe auto-enrolment is one of their greatest opportunities over the next 12 months, according to Aviva’s Adviser Barometer.

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