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Aviva

Aviva provides customers worldwide with insurance, savings and investment products

Aviva is the world's sixth-largest insurance group. In 2010 premium income and investment sales reached £47.1 billion. 

The company provides more than 53 million customers with insurance, savings and investment products. We are the UK's largest insurer and one of Europe's leading providers of life and general insurance. 

The insurer combines strong life and general insurance and asset management businesses under a single strong brand, focused on providing customers with prosperity and peace of mind. This combination provides the company with reliable revenues from diverse sources and helps us to fund and grow our business more efficiently.

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Video: Aviva on how brokers can raise finance

 

An in-depth discussion of the provider’s offering for raising finance with Integritas Financial Solutions.

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