Aviva Premier

Your competitive edge in the mid-market

What's new for Aviva Premier?

It’s been a few months since we launched Aviva Premier – which delivers better service, better cover, better claims and better trading tools to help you and your clients.

We’ve already launched Professional Services, Business Services and Machinery & Equipment and now it’s the turn for Arts & Culture. You can find out all you need to know in our Arts & Culture video.

More policy flexibility

Aviva Premier is available across our wide range of commercial products. Throughout 2013 we’ll be introducing a variety of segment-specific offerings that reflect the demands of the industry. Based on industry insight and a real focus on claims and risk management, we’ve broken new ground with significant improvements to our wordings and a much more flexible approach to conditions. We’ve already launched Professional Services, Business Services and Machinery & Equipment and now it’s the turn for Arts & Culture.

What’s new for Aviva Premier Arts & Culture?

We’ve made some valuable enhancements to truly reflect the needs of the Arts & Culture sector. Key covers include £10m PL as standard and Cancellation Postponement Relocation and Abandonment – our unpredictable weather can have a serious impact on exhibitions, theatre productions and many other events. Property claims can be settled on an agreed value basis as opposed to reinstatement, and we provide non-damage prevention of access cover. Theatres benefit from new covers such as theatrical property in storage and cancellation of bookings when a principal performer falls ill. We have also extended our important safety curtain failure cover to include failure of lighting and sound equipment too.

What’s our target Arts & Culture business?

  • Art Galleries, Museums and Science Centres
  • Public Libraries
  • Stately Homes and Country Mansions
  • Theatres and Concert Halls
  • Amateur Dramatics and Operatic Societies
  • Heritage Attractions
  • Botanical Gardens
  • Dance/Drama Groups & Instructors
  • Touring Theatre/Dance/Orchestral companies

Talk to us today

To find out more, contact your Aviva business development manager or your underwriter.


You’ve told us you need to know what our appetite is. Throughout 2013 you’ll see a variety of product spotlights; these are areas of business where we’re really keen to work with you. Not only are there product enhancements but there’s the Aviva Premier Toolkit. Plus, whilst we might be highlighting certain products within our appetite, Aviva Premier is available for the right case across our commercial mid market product range.

Professional Services

We’ve upped our game and been meticulous in making sure our Aviva Premier proposition is spot on. What’s more is there are great new product enhancements too. There’s never been a better time to write Professional Services with us.

Find out more about Professional Services

Business Services

From analytical chemists and recruitment consultants to computer services and estate agents to web designers, the business services sector encompasses a huge variety of trades. That’s why our cover is flexible and offers relevant, essential covers which embrace the diversity of this market.

Find out more about Business Services

Machinery and Equipment

Our Machinery and Equipment products are intended for companies whose product is manufactured via the assembly of component parts. With Aviva Premier and our new improved cover, it’s a great time to write this business with us.

Find out more about Machinery and Equipment

Arts and Culture

The Arts & Culture sector offers entertainment and education that is both wide and varied, two characteristics shared by our refreshed Arts & Culture insurance proposition.

Find out more about Arts and Culture

Electronics Manufacturing

Covering businesses involved in the manufacture and assembly of electronic goods and with Aviva Premier there's never been a better time to talk to us about electronics business.

Find out more about Electronics Manufacturing

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