Brexit and your policies

What will Brexit mean for your Aviva products?

The agreed Brexit extension period means the UK will remain a member of the EU until the extension time period has ended. During this extension period, there are no impacts on customers’ policies.

We continue to monitor political developments as they unfold and remain ready to help our customers through any changes that the final Brexit outcome may bring. We will update this webpage with what impact the resulting Brexit outcome will have on customers and their policies.

The vast majority of our customers’ policies will not be affected by Brexit.

If you purchased an Aviva policy in the UK and are currently - and will continue to be - permanently resident in the UK, cover under your policy will not be affected.

A small number of our customers purchased their policy in the UK and are now permanently relocated or may, in the future, permanently relocate to a different country within the European Union / European Economic Area. Following the outcome of the Brexit negotiations, the approach taken by the EU/EEA regulators may affect the policies of customers in this position. We don’t yet know what the approach of these regulators will be.

In the event of a ‘no deal’ Brexit, customers travelling to Europe may need to take action for some types of cover such as motor or travel insurance.

Rest assured that we’re continuing to monitor political developments and are engaging with our regulators, so we can minimise any regulatory or operational difficulties that might arise. We’ll always aim to provide the service our customers expect, whatever the Brexit outcome may be.

We’ll update our website with further information, including any relevant actions you may need to take, as soon as possible.

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