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Aviva Business Insurance

Aviva group is the world's fifth largest insurance provider, with over 31 million customers in 16 countries, and is the largest insurance service provider in the UK. It is also Europe's leading provider of life and pension products. The current group was formed by the merger of Norwich Union and CGU in 2002, with the latter being the result of a merger in 1998 between Commercial Union and General Accident. On October 20th 2009, the group's shares began trading on the New York Stock Exchange.

In view of its size and position, Aviva offers an extensive range of insurance products. These include motor insurance for cars, vans and motorbikes, with driveway cover and short term policies available. You can also get life insurance, home and contents cover, private health, travel, personal accident and business insurance as well as home emergency cover and protection against identity theft.

Aviva offer business insurance to both small businesses and also large corporations with a turnover in excess of £100 million. For small businesses Aviva advise talking to a broker to find out exactly what kind of insurance your business requires, and offers cover for a huge range of industries from Agricutlure to Transportation & Fleet.

Aviva also recommend speaking to one of thier specialised brokers if you are a large corporation to ensure you are getting the right cover for your particular business. Aviva have a Corporate and Speciality Risk (CSR) team on hand who can be contacted whenever you need them who can support the following:

  • Construction / Power / Engineering
  • Latent Defects
  • Group Personal Accident, Sickness and Business Travel
  • Marine
  • Professional Indemnity
  • Surety Bonds
  • Directors and Officers
  • Fidelity / Crime
  • Legal Indemnities
For business insurance, Aviva recommend contacting a specialed broker:
Contact a broker here

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Topic: Aviva Business Insurance
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Nick Gillard (Liverpool, UK) says...
Refused to honour contract to pay the cost of our replacement stock after our break in but gave no justification and quoted no exception from the contact. We have had to file a complaint with Aviva which now gives them up to 8 weeks to delay payment before I can contact financial ombudsman. Waiting to see if they eventually comply but even if they do it means no complaint can go on record with the FO, they get to delay payment and we loose income for an extra 8 weeks because we cannot buy ... Read More
13th October 2017 9:59am

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