Aviva new business up 18% amid group restructure

Jenna Towler
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New business at insurance giant Aviva was up 18% in the three months to 31 March, reaching £191m, according to its latest results.

The firm's interim management statement said the increase had been driven by improved profitability in the UK life business and Asian growth. However, group CEO Mark Wilson said there was a gre...

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