Aviva (AV) - All you need to know

Learn how to get started with Aviva. This is a hub for everything you need to know about the company, packed with useful guides on how to get started on your investment journey.
By: James Knight
James Knight
James is the lead content editor for Invezz, covering the stock market, cryptocurrency, and macroeconomic markets. Outside of work,… read more.
Updated: Jan 24, 2022

Ways to invest in Aviva

The simplest way to start investing in Aviva is to sign up with an online stock broker. It usually only takes a few minutes to sign up, deposit some money, and get started. Once you have a broker account, you can dive straight in, or use the learning materials on your chosen platform to hone your skills before you start playing the market for real.

Some of the other methods you can use include things like mutual funds, investment trusts, and exchange-traded funds, all of which give you access to Aviva shares as part of a broader portfolio. The links below take you to individual pages which walk you through the numerous options available to you.

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What is Aviva?

Aviva is a multinational insurance company, with more than 33 million customers in 16 different countries. Based in London, Aviva is the largest insurance company in the UK.

If you’re a beginner who wants to learn more before you start, check out our introductory course on the stock market. It guides you through everything you need to know about Aviva investing in a series of simple steps.

How to invest in Aviva

Before you start spending your hard-earned money on stocks, it’s a good idea to have a look at all the different options available to you. Below is a list of the best ways to invest in Aviva stock and you can follow the links to find more information on each one.

Where can I buy Aviva shares now?

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$10
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James Knight
Lead content editor
James is the lead content editor for Invezz, covering the stock market, cryptocurrency, and macroeconomic markets. Outside of work, James is an avid trader and golfer… read more.