Aviva extends pledge to refund PMI claims difference to end of 2022

Payments increased by 20%

John Brazier
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Aviva extends pledge to refund PMI claims difference to end of 2022

Aviva has committed to extend its promise to refund the difference in PMI claims made throughout he pandemic and increasing payment totals by 20%.

First announced in May last year, Aviva pledged to promise to return any difference to policyholders should PMI claims be lower than planned over the duration of the pandemic due to the restricted availability of private medical treatment. The insurer stated that at the time of the initial pledge it expected delays to be delayed rather than cancelled, with the period of lower claims to be "broadly offset" by a subsequent period of higher claims and the overall affected period expected between...

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