Fund centre

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Information for ex-Friends Life customers
Friends Life is now part of Aviva. Your funds havenʼt changed and you can find all the information you need on these pages and in our funds library. All contact details have stayed the same and can be found on the contact us page.

Welcome to the Fund Centre

Our Fund Centre gives you all the information you need about Aviva and ex-Friends Life funds, including the latest daily prices, performance and details about charges.

Here you will discover the range of funds available under our life products, pensions and collective investments.

You’ll also find a charting tool that lets you compare the performance of our funds against their relevant fund sectors.

If you have an Aviva or ex-Friends Life pension, it may be possible to switch funds using MyAviva – the online service that gives you all the details about your pension policy in one place, including a breakdown of your current investments and options of the funds available to you. Log in or register for MyAviva.

Investing without taking financial advice

This Fund Centre is for information purposes only. It is not intended to provide investment advice.

If you invest directly with us, you’re responsible for your own investment decisions. It’s up to you to make sure you choose funds that match your personal attitude to risk.

If you’re not confident about choosing your own funds, we recommend you speak to a financial adviser. Visit for a list of advisers in your local area.

Please remember
The value of your investments can go down as well as up, and may be worth less than the amount paid in.

Important information

If you're new to the Fund Centre, please take time to read through the following sections. If you’re an ex-Friends Life customer, make sure you read the relevant section as different information will apply to you.

Fund factsheets

Each of our funds has a ‘fund factsheet’. This gives you detailed information about what the fund invests in, its objectives and performance. To help you understand the information fully, please read our guide to the fund factsheets:

Fund types

Aviva funds are categorised into a list of ‘fund types’. Generally, Ex-Friends Life funds are invested into one of four main asset types. You can find all the details here.

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Risk ratings

Our life and pension funds have a specific risk rating. These risk ratings give you an indication of the likelihood of risk to your money versus its potential growth.

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Some of our funds carry extra charges, which are in addition to your normal product charges. To get an idea of what these charges might be, please read the section below.

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Product types and fund series

Aviva has a long legacy of providing investment products to our customers, which means we have an extensive range of products.

Each product has a specific range of funds to choose from, and this is usually denoted by the 'fund series'. If a fund has more than one series there may be a difference in the unit prices and charges. If you’re an existing customer, you will have been assigned your fund series when your plan started.

If you’re unsure of your product name or fund series, you can check your annual statement (the fund series will be displayed as ‘S2’ or ‘(CGU)’ for example). If you don’t have your annual statement to hand, you can check our list of products (note: our Pension Portfolio only uses Series 14).

Other investment options

If you’re a pension customer, you may have access to automatic investment options. This is where Aviva will take care of some or all of the investment options for you. Please read this section carefully if you would like to consider a less involved method of investing.

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Need some advice?

If you’d like a hand deciding where to invest your money, a financial adviser could help.

If you don’t have a financial adviser and would like more information about getting financial advice, visit our financial advice page.

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