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  • Retirement Roulette: Millions of older workers pin hopes on downsizing, inheritance or lottery win

    Older workers are finding themselves caught in a game of retirement roulette as many are relying on external factors such as a downsizing, an inheritance or even a lottery win to be able to afford a comfortable retirement, part two of Aviva’s latest Real Retirement Report reveals.  
  • Aviva to acquire Irish insurer Friends First

    Aviva plc (“Aviva”) today announces that it has reached an agreement to acquire Irish insurer Friends First Life Assurance Company dac (“Friends First”) for a cash consideration of €130m. As a result of this acquisition, Aviva will become one of the largest composite insurers in Ireland, with its market share in life insurance increasing to 15%, alongside its existing leading 15% market share in general insurance.
  • Aviva launches interactive wellbeing app

    Aviva has launched a new app to help employees of corporate customers track and improve their overall health and wellbeing and better manage specific conditions and fitness priorities.  
  • Four out of 10 UK men have dieted in the last year

    Four out of 10 UK men have followed diets or healthy eating plans over the last year, in order to lose weight, according to research from Aviva health insurance. This rockets to 58% amongst men aged 16-34.
  • Sleepless cities revealed as one in three adults suffer from insomnia

    As many as 16 million UK adults1 are suffering from sleepless nights as a third (31%) say they have insomnia, initial findings from Aviva’s upcoming Wellbeing Report reveal. Almost half (48%) agree they don’t get the right amount of sleep.

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