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Memoirs of a work experience student - a week in Parliament

As a foreword to what I can only describe as a sensational exploration of career aspiration, I’d like to take this opportunity to emphasise the importance of real world learning (you can read more about that in a previous blog… 4,292 more words

Teaching & Learning

IAG seeks to consolidate insurance licences

One of the final formal changes related to IAG’s purchase last year of Lumley General Insurance Ltd in New Zealand is pending, with IAG applying to the industry’s regulator, the Reserve Bank of New Zealand (RBNZ), to transfer Lumley customers’ policies to the legal underwriting entity IAG New Zealand Ltd (IAG). 353 more words

General Insurance

While news of Berkshire Hathaway’s purchase of a stake in IAG a few weeks back spurred a solid rally in the insurer’s share price, new Credit Suisse research suggest Warren Buffett’s track record outside the US is not all it’s cracked up to be. 127 more words


Virgin Australia chairman Elizabeth Bryan has been appointed deputy chairman of Insurance Australia Group, after joining the insurer’s board last year.

Ms Bryan has also served as the chairman of Caltex over the past six years and is a Westpac director. 66 more words


Preparing for University life; a student perspective

The afternoon of the SWAT Conference began with a keynote speech from Alice and Sai, both students at the University of Exeter. Alice a third year International Relations student from Kings School Ottery St Mary and Sai a first year Medical Sciences student from Torquay Girls School. 495 more words


Air France-KLM, easyJet, IAG, Lufthansa Group and Ryanair call for a new EU Aviation Strategy

The CEOs of Europe’s five largest airline groups – Air France-KLM, easyJet, International Airlines Group (IAG), Lufthansa Group and Ryanair – met collectively for the first time today (June 17) and agreed to work together to lobby for the development of a new EU Aviation Strategy that will support growth and jobs across Europe, strengthen the sector and give Europe’s passengers lower fares and more choice. 765 more words

British Airways

Buy 3.7% get 20% free: IAG and Buffet

So if Buffet buys, does that by definition make everything cheap? Does it mean that IAG is a bargain? Well, no. You need to look at the whole deal. 200 more words

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