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Aviva reduces premiums in line with exclusions

Aviva is reducing premiums for its critical illness plan when policy exclusions apply.

Policies which have cancer or multiple sclerosis exclusions will be reduced.

Aviva says this means customers with pre-existing conditions or family history can still get CI cover and pay only for the level of cover they receive.

Aviva chief underwriter Michael Whyte says: “Critical illness cover offers financial support to customers during a particularly difficult time.

“This latest improvement represents another step in Aviva making our cover more accessible, affordable and relevant to our customers”.


FSA to ban high-pressure sales in SRB market

The FSA has today published its proposed rules and guidance for the sale and rent back market, with an interim regime to be introduced as soon as legislation comes into force that gives the FSA power to regulate the sector.


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