Flying the flag for treating customers like royalty

Aviva Premier is all about understanding the needs of you and your mid-market customers. It’s not just about enhanced wording and bespoke underwriting, Aviva Premier provides a suite of added value extras to make your customers feel like kings.

Your mid-market customers are as important to us as they are to you, but achieving cut-through in this market can be tough, with customers expecting high standards and a personalised offering.  Aviva Premier gives you more to meet these expectations and treat your customers like royalty, while supplying you with added value benefits that can deliver a competitive edge in this market.

We were delighted to be voted Number 1 for commercial underwriting and commercial claims in the Insurance Age Sentiment Survey and best in class for 9 out of 10 service categories in Datamonitor’s Broker Servicing Report. But we’re not resting on our laurels – Aviva Premier is our way of offering you and your customers more.

Making your customer King!

Aviva Premier delivers enhanced policy wording in target industry sectors and underwriters, empowered to use more trading tools than ever before. But these are not the only jewels in the Aviva Premier crown; it also offers a tailored insurance solution, through an appropriate combination of:

·         Dedicated risk consultancy and tailored survey programmes.

·         Dedicated claims relationship management and bespoke reporting.

·         Free health and safety e-learning modules through Safety Media Ltd.

·         Access to business support funding* for technical courses from RoSPA and valuations from BCH.

·         Marketing support for your brokerage through Broker Mentor.

So if your mid-market sales are flagging or you want to rule the mid-market realm speak to your Aviva business development manager or usual underwriter about Aviva Premier today.

Aviva Premier is available across all commercial business between £10,000 and £100,000 (or up to £250,000 for Fleet).

*Subject to business case

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