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Aviva plc (AIVAF)

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5.63-0.03 (-0.62%)
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  • J
    Jordan
    Hello everyone, I am a university student from China, and I want to collect some data about Aviva through a questionnaire survey. Just reply to the question number and answer.
    1.Do you know about Aviva’s employee training strategy?
    YES NO
    2.Have you participated in the staff training of Aviva?
    YES NO
    3.Have you ever sought consulting services or financial services in Aviva?
    YES NO
    4.Do you think the Aviva’s has the obligation to conduct employee training?
    YES NO
    5.Do you think Aviva’s employee training is effective?
    YES NO
    6.In your opinion, what skills should be trained in Aviva's employee training? (Multiple choice)
    1.Communication ability 2. Problem solving ability 3. Leadership ability 4. Information analysis ability
    7. Do you think Aviva’s employee training can help employees to help customers’ service efficiency?
    YES NO
    8.Do you think Aviva’s employee training can help you achieve your financial goals?
    YES NO
    9.Do you think Aviva’s employee training can help the company bring more customers?
    YES NO
    10.Does Aviva’ s employee training effectively improve the employees’ working capabilities?
    YES NO
    11.Do you think Aviva’s employee strategy can help the company increase its market competitiveness?
    YES NO
  • J
    JohnC
    On the Aviva website it says Aviva has sold its Polish operations for 2.5B euros in cash.
    The IFRS net assets of Aviva Poland were £0.4B, the cash consideration is 16.9x IFRS profit after tax, 5.7x IFRS net asset value. 46p per share increase from 31 December 2020 IFRS net asset value.

    It looks like a really good price and really good news. Aviva is valued at less than book, so if the remainder of Aviva was re-valued at these multiples then the share price would rise significantly.
  • A
    Anonymous
    Cabot Undervalued Letter just recommended this stock. That's probably the reason for the uptick today.
  • A
    Amarjit
    could it break through the 400 and stay above this week
  • D
    Daniel
    an to one else having trouble selling this on trading 212? my order has been waiting to sell at market value for 24 hours
  • B
    Ben
    Anyone aware of its claims for Pandemic insurance? Is it accounted for
  • B
    Bojan
    Aviva isn’t a bad business. The group generated a return-on-equity of 14% last year and paid a £1.2bn dividend that was comfortably covered by surplus cash. However, I think Aviva’s share price is being held back by two problems. One concern is that the business hasn’t delivered consistent growth in recent years.
    Bullish
  • P
    Peter
    Insurers are in for a hard time. Claims will go up, investment income will fall, as dividends are scrapped, life insurance payouts increase, hundreds of businesses close forever. Tough times ahead.
  • P
    Paul Mc
    nice unexpected boost at end of the week
  • P
    Patrick
    Bought 1000 shares.
  • L
    Linda
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  • J
    JohnC
    Aviva's sale of their French operations is being potentially blocked by ancient cours connu contracts. Could Aviva sell of their operations other than these contracts and reduce the number of investments available to these contracts to one? This article explains the problems with these contracts:
    https://www.ft.com/content/965334ac-630a-33b5-8173-93a07e6ac0ca
  • S
    Saint
    Good time to buy fairly defensive and good divi
  • J
    John
    the reason for buying the share at the moment is long term profit. true the Divi is not being paid at present, yet that will change in the future. the BOD will at some time have to reward holders of the stock, and the so will rise. I am looking possibly 3 years in advance, what an oppo to buy more stock at these prices
    Neutral
  • P
    Pete
    Dividend for the foreseeable future really in doubt.. see Bank of England request today to suspend payments.
  • P
    Peter
    Motor claims will be low this year, but other insurance lines, and investment income, from stocks and property, will be reduced.
  • s
    sunny
    The worst stock I have held. will hold it for a few years before selling it
    Neutral
  • r
    ric
    cup and handle forming
  • j
    jpeasmold.gruntfuttock
    What is going on. the share price goes up and down more times than a w/*-+'s knickers ?
  • D
    DAVID
    Thanks for the divvy, nice 😊