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New brand identity for IAG

Leading insurance group IAG has launched a new brand identity, moving away from the traditional financial services colour blue to embrace the colour purple and featuring a lower-case text and a circular theme that is more distinctive and progressive. 254 more words


Incoming IAG chief goes for a new look

Insurance Australia Group has announced a new look, to match its new CEO.

Incoming managing director and chief executive Peter Harmer said the new identity, which removes “Insurance Australia Group” from its logo, better reflects the Group’s regional presence and signals a new phase for the company. 37 more words


Dell One Identity Manager 7.0 Rollup Package 1 released

Dell Software just released the first rollup package for Dell One Identity Manager 7.0 which comes with a bunch of resolved issues as well as a couple of cool new features. 165 more words


IAG offers greater upside to record El Nino - Morgan Stanley

A looming El Nino weather event in Australia should bring drier weather and about 40% lower than average catastrophe costs, according to Morgan Stanley.

Of the general insurers, IAG offers greater earnings leverage, with Suncorp’s leverage likely offset by higher agribank drought losses, the broker says. 105 more words


Suncorp, IAG raised, Woodside cut at CBA

CBA has lifted its rating on Suncorp to Overweight from Neutral, cut Woodside to Underweight and raised IAG to Overweight.


IAG's China withdrawal is good news for the stock: Credit Suisse

IAG’s decision not to pursue further investment in China has seen its stock upgraded to Outperform from Neutral at Credit Suisse.

“ has been a major overhang impacting the stock and focus can now return to IAG’s core business and capital management,” Credit Suisse analyst Andrew Adams said. 16 more words


IAG jumps after scrapping China expansion plans

IAG shares rise 6% to $5.35 after the company scrapped plans to expand in China.

The insurer will instead focus on growth opportunities in the Asian region and its core businesses in Australian and New Zealand. 45 more words