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  • The World Benchmarking Alliance launches global consultation

    Aviva, in partnership with Index Initiative, the United Nations Foundation and the Business and Sustainable Development Commission, will today launch the consultation phase of the World Benchmarking Alliance (WBA). This global multi-stakeholder initiative will develop and publish free to access, publicly available benchmarks ranking companies on their sustainability performance and contributions towards achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
  • Aviva enhances critical illness cover to provide true customer benefit

  • Action needed to support communities

    New research to mark the launch of the Aviva Community Fund 2017 has found a surprising 18% drop in the number people giving up their time to help out in their local community over the last two years.
  • 5.5 million workers aged 50+ fear health concerns will curtail their working lives

    More than half (55%) of over-50s workers have concerns around work and its impact on their health as they age, with women (61%) most worried about this But 13% intend never to stop work completely Aviva calls for more support from employers as only 14% older workers say their workplace culture is positive towards them 
  • Aviva welcomes Government proposals on discount rate

    Colm Holmes, Chief Executive of Aviva’s UK General Insurance business, said, “We welcome the Government’s proposals to amend the way in which the personal injury discount rate is set. We believe the discount rate must balance the need to fully compensate those who are critically injured, while ensuring millions of motorists, businesses and taxpayers are not penalised as a result. This is good news for our customers, as any measures which reduce the rising costs of insurance will directly feed through to premiums."     

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