Aviva Schemes business – important to you and important to us

At Aviva we're constantly aspiring to be your number 1 and one of the ways we’re putting this in to practice is by listening to how you want to do business with us and acting on this. One of the areas you’ve highlighted as important to you is schemes.

We know the word 'schemes' means different things to different people but to us, schemes refers to a highly flexible, tailored solution that allows you to deliver a targeted product to a niche or affinity base of clientele. This may involve elements of delegated underwriting and claims, and bespoke products and pricing.

We're therefore interested in speaking to you if you're an expert in or specialise in an area of business where Aviva is either under represented or does not have the knowledge or experience of the market.

We hold over £500m of schemes business and for over 15 years we have supported this unique route to your customers. As such we have consistently led the market in setting the standards for General Insurance Schemes and Delegated authorities and understand the opportunities it brings to secure growth through building closer connections to your customers, these could include;
. an improved retention rate
. better customer penetration
. a bespoke remuneration package
. control of your operational costs


We also have a dedicated Schemes and Delegated Authority, Risk and Governance team to ensure and offer support to all our partnership arrangements so you can run your business smoothly in the new FCA regime, all backed by Aviva Gold standard group wide risk and governance teams to provide peace of mind.

We're therefore interested in speaking to you if you're an expert in or specialise in an area of business where Aviva is either under represented or does not have the knowledge or experience of the market.

To find out more either talk to your Aviva broker performance manager or e-mail lynne.gibson@Aviva.co.uk. Also, keep an eye our for our new Schemes page, coming soon to Aviva Broker.

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