Aviva's CEO Says Solvency II Ratio At Top End Of Range

Aviva Plc reported a Solvency II ratio of 180 percent, disclosing its capital strength under new European Union rules for the first time, and raised its dividend by 15 percent. The payout for 2015 will be 20.8 pence a share, the London-based insurer said in a statement on Thursday. Full-year operating profit rose 20 percent to 2.7 billion pounds ($3.8 billion), boosted by gains in Aviva’s live insurance and fund-management units. Chief Executive Officer Mark Wilson went through the details with Bloomberg’s Anna Edwards on “Countdown.”

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