AV.L - Aviva plc

LSE - LSE Delayed price. Currency in GBp
543.40
-5.80 (-1.06%)
At close: 4:35PM BST
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Previous close549.20
Open548.20
Bid539.20 x 1172800
Ask555.00 x 364300
Day's range539.66 - 550.00
52-week range482.20 - 554.60
Volume11,214,128
Avg. volume11,713,253
Market cap21.773B
Beta0.70
PE ratio (TTM)15.71
EPS (TTM)34.60
Earnings date7 Mar 2018 - 12 Mar 2018
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend dateN/A
1y target est576.67
  • M&S transfers £1.4 billion in pension liabilities to insurers
    Reuters6 days ago

    M&S transfers £1.4 billion in pension liabilities to insurers

    Marks and Spencer's (MKS.L) pension scheme has passed 1.4 billion pounds of its liabilities to Aviva (AV.L) and Phoenix (PHNX.L), the insurers said on Thursday, as companies look to reduce the risk from their pension funds. British companies such as Pearson and Smith Group are starting to transfer pensions calculated on workers' final salaries to insurers, to take the pensions risk off their own balance sheets, a trend that is encouraging new insurers into the sector.

  • Reuters - UK Focus6 days ago

    M&S transfers $2 bln in pension liabilities to insurers

    Marks and Spencer's pension scheme has passed 1.4 billion pounds ($1.9 billion) of its liabilities to Aviva (Other OTC: AIVAF - news) and Phoenix, the insurers said on Thursday, as companies look to reduce the risk from their pension funds. British companies such as Pearson (Xetra: 858266 - news) and Smith Group are starting to transfer pensions calculated on workers' final salaries to insurers, to take the pensions risk off their own balance sheets, a trend that is encouraging new insurers into the sector.

  • Reuters8 days ago

    Aviva to compensate 6,000 pensions customers - spokesman

    British insurer Aviva (AV.L) will compensate around 6,000 customers who faced payment delays and other issues due to botched technology changes on one of its pension platforms, a spokesman said on Wednesday. The spokesman did not put a figure on the size of the compensation but said the problems affected three percent of the 200,000 customers using the platform. Aviva said last month it would pay 14 million pounds to compensate investors in its preference shares who sold the shares before the company reversed a plan to cancel them below market value.

  • Reuters - UK Focus8 days ago

    Aviva to compensate 6,000 pensions customers - spokesman

    British insurer Aviva will compensate around 6,000 customers who faced payment delays and other issues due to botched technology changes on one of its pension platforms, a spokesman said on Wednesday. ...

  • Bloomberg8 days ago

    Aviva Says Treasury Yields to Rise `Further out the Curve'

    Peter Fitzgerald, global head of multi assets at Aviva Investors, discusses Federal Reserve policy, Treasury yields and the dollar. He speaks on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe." (Source: Bloomberg)...

  • Why the Aviva share price could smash the FTSE 100 this year
    Fool.co.uk10 days ago

    Why the Aviva share price could smash the FTSE 100 this year

    Aviva plc (LON: AV) appears to have a solid growth outlook which could make it more attractive than the FTSE 100 (INDEXFTSE: UKX).

  • Aviva's Hurren Says Bond Yield Have a Bias Towards Moving Higher
    Bloomberg16 days ago

    Aviva's Hurren Says Bond Yield Have a Bias Towards Moving Higher

    Jub Hurren, fixed income manager at Aviva Investors, discusses the impact of geopolitical risk on the bond market and his outlook for oil. He speaks on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe." (Source: ...

  • Is the Aviva share price a FTSE 100 bargain or a value trap?
    Fool.co.uk17 days ago

    Is the Aviva share price a FTSE 100 bargain or a value trap?

    Royston Wild examines whether FTSE 100 (INDEXFTSE: UKX) giant Aviva plc (LON: AV) could be the big-cap beauty you've been looking for.

  • Aviva looks to win back disgruntled investors with historic share buyback
    The Telegraph22 days ago

    Aviva looks to win back disgruntled investors with historic share buyback

    Aviva looks to win back disgruntled investors with historic share buyback

  • Aviva preference shares – which investors will receive £14m payout?
    The Telegraph23 days ago

    Aviva preference shares – which investors will receive £14m payout?

    Aviva preference shares – which investors will receive £14m payout?

  • Reuters23 days ago

    Aviva unveils $825 million share buyback plan

    British insurer Aviva (AV.L) said on Tuesday it had launched a 600 million pound share buyback programme, as part of a bigger 2 billion pound capital deployment plan aimed at slashing debt and boosting share earnings. Citigroup (C.N) will conduct the share buy-back programme on Aviva's behalf. "Aviva has significant surplus cash and capital and we are deploying 2 billion pounds productively in 2018.

  • Aviva gives up to £14 million as apology for preference shares gaffe
    Evening Standard23 days ago

    Aviva gives up to £14 million as apology for preference shares gaffe

    Aviva tried to make amends for its preference shares debacle on Monday by offering investors a £14 million “goodwill payment” to say sorry. The insurance giant has promised to pay shareholders who were left out of pocket by its decision to scrap preference shares in early March. Aviva said fewer than 2000 shareholders sold their preference shares between March 8 and March 22 but it wanted to get back in investors’ good books.

  • Aviva fights to restore trust with payout after botched attempt to ditch share plan
    The Telegraph23 days ago

    Aviva fights to restore trust with payout after botched attempt to ditch share plan

    Aviva fights to restore trust with payout after botched attempt to ditch share plan

  • Reuters - UK Focus24 days ago

    Aviva to pay up to 14 mln stg to investors over preference shares

    British insurer Aviva (Amsterdam: AW8.AS - news) said it would pay up to 14 million pounds ($19.25 million) to compensate holders of its preference shares who sold out before the company backed down on a plan to cancel them. Aviva (Other OTC: AIVAF - news) had drawn heavy criticism from leading investors who held the high-yielding shares believing them to be 'irredeemable', a situation that prompted the regulator to issue guidance to those issuing such shares. Aviva initially said it could cancel the shares when reporting annual results on March 8, as part of a plan to return capital to shareholders, only to drop the idea on March 23.

  • Europe's pension problem spurs return of veteran investors
    Reuterslast month

    Europe's pension problem spurs return of veteran investors

    British pensions specialist Clive Cowdery has raised $2 billion (1.4 billion pounds) in commitments from investors for a new fund to buy up life insurance policies from companies struggling to make enough money to cover long-term payouts, sources told Reuters. The fund is one of a series of new ventures designed to capitalise on the difficulty life insurers and company pension schemes face in generating the returns required in an environment of low interest rates and tougher capital rules. Cowdery, founder of The Resolution Group, one of UK life insurance's biggest names, will be focusing on life insurance policies closed to new customers in continental Europe and the United States, three sources told Reuters.

  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    Europe's pension problem spurs return of veteran investors

    British pensions specialist Clive Cowdery has raised $2 billion in commitments from investors for a new fund to buy up life insurance policies from companies struggling to make enough money to cover long-term payouts, sources told Reuters. The fund is one of a series of new ventures designed to capitalise on the difficulty life insurers and company pension schemes face in generating the returns required in an environment of low interest rates and tougher capital rules.

  • Reuterslast month

    Britain's FCA sends 'Dear CEO' letter to preference share issuers

    Britain's financial regulator on Thursday published a letter to issuers of listed irredeemable preference shares, urging them to ensure their investors have all information necessary to properly assess the risks and rewards attached to such shares. The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is reviewing certain fixed income shares, particularly those shares that are described as being perpetual, irredeemable or in some other way that suggests permanence, the 'Dear CEO' letter said. The letter follows a phase of instability in the pricing of preference shares, after insurer Aviva (AV.L) announced an intention to cancel certain irredeemable shares it had issued at, or close to, par value.

  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    Britain's FCA sends 'Dear CEO' letter to preference share issuers

    Britain's financial regulator on Thursday published a letter to issuers of listed irredeemable preference shares, urging them to ensure their investors have all information necessary to properly assess the risks and rewards attached to such shares. The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is reviewing certain fixed income shares, particularly those shares that are described as being perpetual, irredeemable or in some other way that suggests permanence, the 'Dear CEO' letter said. "We recognise that there is a tension between investors' desire to see a permanent resolution to any remaining concerns and the desire of company boards not to limit their (and their successors') scope for action," it said.

  • Reuterslast month

    UK car insurance premiums see biggest quarterly fall in four years - survey

    The average premium for a comprehensive policy is now 768 pounds, according to the latest index from price comparison site Confused.com, compiled by insurance advisory company Willis Towers Watson. The index, which is based on price data compiled from almost six million customer quotes per quarter, found that the average premium in the first quarter this year versus the first quarter in 2017 was 2 percent lower, marking the first annual drop in prices since 2015.

  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    UK car insurance premiums see biggest quarterly fall in four years-survey

    The cost of a comprehensive motor insurance policy fell 7 percent in Britain in the first quarter, the largest quarterly reduction in premiums seen in four years, a survey said on Monday. The average premium for a comprehensive policy is now 768 pounds ($1,096.40), according to the latest index from price comparison site Confused.com, compiled by insurance advisory company Willis Towers Watson. The index, which is based on price data compiled from almost six million customer quotes per quarter, found that the average premium in the first quarter this year versus the first quarter in 2017 was 2 percent lower, marking the first annual drop in prices since 2015.

  • Yield-Inversion Fear Is Fanned by JPMorgan, Panned by Aviva
    Bloomberglast month

    Yield-Inversion Fear Is Fanned by JPMorgan, Panned by Aviva

    Some have started to fret the bond market is portending a recession. Not James McAlevey.

  • 'I've waited months for my pension payments from Aviva – what's the hold up?'
    The Telegraph2 months ago

    'I've waited months for my pension payments from Aviva – what's the hold up?'

    'I've waited months for my pension payments from Aviva – what's the hold up?'

  • Aviva Says Treasury Yields to Rise `Further out the Curve'
    Bloomberg Video8 days ago

    Aviva Says Treasury Yields to Rise `Further out the Curve'

    May.16 -- Peter Fitzgerald, global head of multi assets at Aviva Investors, discusses Federal Reserve policy, Treasury yields and the dollar. He speaks on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe."

  • Aviva's Hurren Says Bond Yield Have a Bias Towards Moving Higher
    Bloomberg Video16 days ago

    Aviva's Hurren Says Bond Yield Have a Bias Towards Moving Higher

    May.08 -- Jub Hurren, fixed income manager at Aviva Investors, discusses the impact of geopolitical risk on the bond market and his outlook for oil. He speaks on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe."

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