Brexit negotiations are underway, but what does this mean for your Aviva products?

Brexit negotiations are underway, but what does this mean for your Aviva products?

Brexit negotiations are underway, but what does this mean for your Aviva products? Here’s all the information we have – we’ll update this page as and when we know more.

I’m an Aviva customer. Do I need to do anything?

No. We’re monitoring negotiations very closely and will update you with any information relevant to your policies.

Will cover become more expensive in the future?

It’s too early for us know if the price of cover will change in the future because this depends on a wide range of factors including the nature of our future relationship with the European Union.

Brexit and our policies

Car insurance

I’m travelling to an EU country. Will my car insurance be valid?

Yes. UK law requires that your car insurance includes third party cover when driving in the EU. There won’t be any change to this cover while the UK is a member of the EU.

Travel insurance

I’m travelling to an EU country. Is my travel insurance still valid?

Yes. All travel insurance policies purchased will be valid for use in the European Union. 

Life insurance

I live in an EU country. Will I be able to receive my pension after the UK leaves?

Yes, we’ll take any action necessary to maintain the services that we currently provide to our customers.

Pensions and Investments

There’s a possibility of investment markets changing during the Brexit negotiation period and after the UK leaves. It’s important you’re aware of where your money is invested. Speak to your Financial Adviser for details.

Aviva Private Clients – Holiday Home

We’ll be writing to you to explain some changes to the way we manage your policy, however the service you receive and the claims process will be unchanged.

 

 

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