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Market Cap $11.54 billion
P/E Ratio 54.95
Dividend Yield 4.06%
Shares Outstanding 2.47 billion
Earnings per share 0.085
Dividend per share 0.12
Year To Date Return 11.27%
Earnings Yield 1.82%
Franking N/A
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Insurance Australia Group Ltd (ASX: IAG)
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Dividend Payment History Data provided by Morningstar.

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Ex-Date Amount Franking Type Payable
16 Feb 2022 $0.0600 0.00% Interim 24 Mar 2022
17 Aug 2021 $0.1300 0.00% Final 22 Sep 2021
16 Feb 2021 $0.0700 0.00% Interim 30 Mar 2021
18 Feb 2020 $0.1000 70.00% Interim 25 Mar 2020
19 Aug 2019 $0.2000 70.00% Final 30 Sep 2019
12 Feb 2019 $0.1200 100.00% Interim 20 Mar 2019
31 Oct 2018 $0.0550 100.00% Special Cash 26 Nov 2018
21 Aug 2018 $0.2000 100.00% Final 27 Sep 2018
20 Feb 2018 $0.1400 100.00% Interim 29 Mar 2018
06 Sep 2017 $0.2000 100.00% Final 09 Oct 2017
28 Feb 2017 $0.1300 100.00% Interim 30 Mar 2017
06 Sep 2016 $0.1300 100.00% Final 05 Oct 2016
29 Feb 2016 $0.1000 100.00% Special 30 Mar 2016
29 Feb 2016 $0.1300 100.00% Interim 30 Mar 2016
07 Sep 2015 $0.1600 100.00% 07 Oct 2015
02 Mar 2015 $0.1300 100.00% 01 Apr 2015
08 Sep 2014 $0.2600 100.00% Final 08 Oct 2014
27 Feb 2014 $0.1300 100.00% Interim 02 Apr 2014
05 Sep 2013 $0.2500 100.00% Final 09 Oct 2013
28 Feb 2013 $0.1100 100.00% Interim 03 Apr 2013
30 Aug 2012 $0.1200 100.00% Final 03 Oct 2012
01 Mar 2012 $0.0500 100.00% Interim 04 Apr 2012
03 Mar 2011 $0.0900 100.00% Interim 11 Apr 2011
02 Sep 2010 $0.0450 100.00% Final 06 Oct 2010
03 Mar 2010 $0.0850 100.00% Interim 12 Apr 2010
27 Aug 2009 $0.0600 100.00% Final 02 Oct 2009
04 Mar 2009 $0.0400 100.00% Interim 08 Apr 2009

IAG ASX Announcements

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About Insurance Australia Group Ltd

Insurance Australia Group Ltd (ASX:IAG) is the largest general insurance company in Australia and New Zealand and provides a range of personal and commercial insurance products, primarily motor vehicle and home insurance.

Headquartered in Sydney with operations in Australia, New Zealand, and Asia, IAG’s businesses underwrite almost $12 billion of premium per annum, selling insurance under many leading brands. IAG shares were first listed in 2000, and the group now sits as one of the largest listed companies on the ASX.

IAG Share Price History Data provided by Morningstar.

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Date Close Change % Change Volume Open High Low
17 May 2022 $4.68 $0.00 0.00% 3,631,793 $4.70 $4.73 $4.67
16 May 2022 $4.68 $0.06 1.30% 4,726,415 $4.63 $4.70 $4.62
13 May 2022 $4.62 $0.06 1.32% 7,382,938 $4.59 $4.64 $4.56
12 May 2022 $4.56 $-0.06 -1.30% 10,133,376 $4.62 $4.63 $4.55
11 May 2022 $4.62 $-0.06 -1.28% 4,426,152 $4.68 $4.68 $4.59
10 May 2022 $4.68 $0.06 1.30% 5,922,336 $4.62 $4.68 $4.57
09 May 2022 $4.62 $-0.01 -0.22% 6,130,436 $4.61 $4.65 $4.56
06 May 2022 $4.63 $-0.03 -0.64% 7,463,903 $4.60 $4.66 $4.56
05 May 2022 $4.66 $-0.01 -0.21% 6,867,139 $4.65 $4.67 $4.59
04 May 2022 $4.67 $0.13 2.86% 10,042,940 $4.58 $4.67 $4.55
03 May 2022 $4.54 $0.01 0.22% 7,124,794 $4.49 $4.54 $4.45
02 May 2022 $4.53 $-0.01 -0.22% 4,480,513 $4.55 $4.57 $4.50
29 Apr 2022 $4.54 $0.14 3.18% 9,645,016 $4.44 $4.54 $4.42
28 Apr 2022 $4.40 $0.11 2.56% 4,735,476 $4.30 $4.40 $4.29
27 Apr 2022 $4.29 $-0.05 -1.15% 7,125,334 $4.34 $4.36 $4.28
26 Apr 2022 $4.34 $-0.11 -2.47% 6,891,082 $4.35 $4.43 $4.34
22 Apr 2022 $4.45 $-0.01 -0.22% 3,433,568 $4.44 $4.45 $4.39
21 Apr 2022 $4.46 $0.06 1.36% 3,867,956 $4.46 $4.49 $4.44
20 Apr 2022 $4.40 $0.02 0.46% 5,007,839 $4.38 $4.44 $4.37

Director Transactions Data provided by Morningstar.

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Date Director Type Amount Value Notes
24 Mar 2022 Thomas (Tom) Pockett Issued 1 $6,220
Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRP).
15 Feb 2022 George Savvides Buy 12 $60,125
On-market trade.
02 Nov 2021 David Armstrong Buy 10 $49,469
On-market trade.
01 Nov 2021 Thomas (Tom) Pockett Buy 25 $120,000
On-market trade.
29 Oct 2021 George Sartorel Buy 10 $48,100
On-market trade.
22 Sep 2021 Thomas (Tom) Pockett Issued 260 $1,390
Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRP).
07 Sep 2021 David Armstrong Buy 10 $54,000
On-market trade.
01 Sep 2021 Thomas (Tom) Pockett Buy 40 $208,485
On-market trade.
13 Aug 2021 Nicholas Hawkins Buy 30 $161,676
Conversion of securities. There is no transaction reported for Conversion of Deferred Award Rights
13 Aug 2021 Michelle Tredenick Buy 4 $23,723
Conversion of securities. As per announcement on 17/08/2021.
There is no transaction mentioned for conversion of rights.

Directors & Management Data provided by Morningstar.

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Name Title Start Date Profile
Dr Helen Marion Nugent Non-Executive Director Dec 2016
Dr Nugent was the Chairman of Veda Group and Funds SA (along with Swiss Re), as well as a Non-Executive Director of Macquarie Group for fifteen years and the State Bank of New South Wales. She also served on Westpac Banking Corporation's executive team as Director of Strategy, and prior to that in the financial services sector as a partner at McKinsey & Company. Her experience includes as a Non-Executive Director in the energy sector. Currently, she is Chairman of Ausgrid, and previously was a Director of Origin Energy. This built on work she undertook in the sector while at McKinsey. In the arts sector, Helen is the Chairman of the National Portrait Gallery, and previously was Chairman of the National Opera Review, the Major Performing Arts Inquiry, the Major Performing Arts Board of the Australia Council, as well as being Deputy Chairman of the Australia Council and Opera Australia. Helen has been Chancellor of Bond University and President of Cranbrook School, as well as having been a member of the Bradley Review into tertiary education. Helen is also currently Chairman of the National Disability Insurance Agency and a member of the Board of the Garvan Institute for Medical Research. Helen was appointed Non-Executive Director on TPG Telecom effective 14 July 2020. She is Member of Risk Committee.
Mr Jonathan (Jon) B Nicholson Non-Executive Director Sep 2015
Mr Nicholson is Non-Executive Chairman of Westpac Foundation, a trustee of Westpac Bicentennial Foundation and a Non-Executive Director of Cape York Partnerships and Quint essence Labs. He previously spent eight years with Westpac Banking Corporation, first as Chief Strategy Officer and later as Enterprise Executive. He retired from Westpac in 2014. Jon's executive career included senior roles with financial and corporate institutions, including the Boston Consulting Group. He also held various roles with the Australian Government, including Senior Private Secretary to the Prime Minister of Australia (Bob Hawke) and senior positions in the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet. He is Chairman of People Committee and Member of Risk Committee.
Mr George Savvides Non-Executive Director Jun 2019
Mr Savvides is a Non-Executive Director of New Zealand's Exchange (NZX) listed entity, Ryman Healthcare since 2013. He is a Non-Executive Chairman of Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) listed biotech company Next Science (since 2018) and Chairman of the Special Broadcasting Service Corporation (SBS) (since July 2020). He is a former Non-Executive Chairman of Kings Transport and Non-Executive Chairman of Macquarie University Hospital, and served for 18 years on the Board of World Vision Australia, including six years as Chairman, retiring in 2018. He is Member of People Committee and Risk Committee.
Mr Thomas (Tom) William Pockett Non-Executive DirectorNon-Executive Chairman Jan 2015
Mr Pockett is Chairman and Non-executive Director of Stockland Group; Chairman and Non-executive Director of Autosports Group Limited; Deputy Chair and a Director of Sunnyfield Independence Association; and a Director of O'Connell St Associates. He previously spent over 11 years as Chief Financial Officer and over seven years as Finance Director with Woolworths Limited, and retired from these roles in February 2014 and July 2014 respectively. Mr Pockett also held senior finance roles at the Commonwealth Bank, Lendlease Corporation and Deloitte. He is also a member of the People Committee and Risk Committee of IAG.
Mr Simon Christopher Allen Non-Executive Director Nov 2019
Mr Allen has over 30 years of commercial experience in the New Zealand and Australian capital markets and was Chief Executive of investment bank BZW/ABN AMRO in New Zealand for 21 years. He is currently Chair of The New Zealand Refining Company Limited and a Trustee of the New Zealand Antarctic Heritage Trust. He was the inaugural Chair of NZX Limited and of the Financial Markets Authority and Crown Fibre Holdings Limited (renamed Crown Infrastructure Partners Limited). He is Member of People Committee and Risk Committee.
Mr Nicholas B Hawkins Chief Executive OfficerManaging Director Apr 2020
Mr Hawkins has understanding of both global and domestic general insurance along with operational and financial experience. He has joined IAG in 2001, and was worked 12 years as Chief Financial Officer. Prior to this he spent two years as CEO of IAG's New Zealand business. Prior to joining IAG, Nick was a partner at international firm KPMG focusing in financial services. He was at KPMG for 10 years working in the firm's Perth, London and Sydney offices.
Ms Michelle Kim Tredenick Non-Executive Director Mar 2018
Ms Tredenick is a Non-Executive Director of the Bank of Queensland (since 2011), where she chairs the Information Technology Committee. She was recently appointed as a Non-Executive Director of First Sentier Investors in June 2020. She is a Director of Cricket Australia (since 2015) and Urbis Pty Ltd (since 2016). Michelle is also a member of The Ethics Centre Board and a member of the Senate of The University of Queensland. She is a former Chair of the IAG & NRMA Superannuation Plan (2012-2018). She is Member of People Committee and Risk Committee.
Mr David Hugh Armstrong Non-Executive Director Sep 2021
Mr Armstrong has more than 40 years' experience in professional services, including as a Partner at PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC). At PwC he focuses on financial services and was a member of the firm's Global Relationship Partners group. Through his role as a signing Partner on the audits of major companies, he gained experience with ASX Boards and Chairs of Audit Committees. Mr Armstrong has knowledge and understanding of banking and capital markets, real estate and infrastructure and is well versed in reporting, regulatory and risk challenges faced by the industry. He is a Non-executive Director at the National Australia Bank, and Chair of its Audit Committee. Other Board roles include The George Institute for Global Health (Chair), Opera Australia Capital Fund Limited, Australian Museum (President) and Lizard Island Reef Research Foundation.
Ms Sheila McGregor Non-Executive Director Mar 2018
Ms McGregor is a Partner at Gilbert & Tobin, advising on business-critical technology, data, privacy and digital issues. Previously, she was a Senior Partner at Herbert Smith Freehills (then Freehills). Sheila is a Non-Executive Director of Crestone Holdings Limited. She is also a Non-Executive Director of St Vincent's Health Australia, the Sydney Writers' Festival and Board Chair of an independent girls' school in Sydney. She is Member of Risk Committee.
Mr Scott Pickering Non-Executive Director Nov 2021
Mr Pickering is an insurance executive with general and commercial insurance experience. He has worked in direct and intermediated insurance globally including in South East Asia, the Middle East, Africa and Central and Eastern Europe. He is a former Regional CEO for Asia and the Middle East at Royal Sun Alliance; and Regional CEO and a Group Executive for parts of Europe, Middle East, Africa and South Africa for Willis International (now Willis Towers Watson). Mr Pickering is the previous CEO of the Accident Compensation Corporation in New Zealand which provides no-fault personal injury cover to New Zealanders. He is a Director of Kiwibank and was previously a Director of Chubb Insurance Australia and Chubb Insurance New Zealand. Mr Pickering is based in New Zealand.
Mr George David Sartorel Non-Executive Director Sep 2021
Mr Sartorel has worked asinsurance CEO, with operational, business and technology experience spanning property, casualty, health, life insurance and asset management gained in leadership positions over a thirty-year career with Allianz across Australia, Italy, Turkey, Europe and Asia. His executive roles at Allianz included Regional Chief Executive Officer, Asia Pacific (Singapore) and as a member of the Allianz International Executive Committee. While at Allianz, Mr Sartorel led initiatives in data analytics, developed and patented new products/pricing methods, and was a founding member of the global technology venture arm. Previous boards include Allianz Australia, the Allianz Asia Advisory Council the Financial Centre Advisory Panel (Monetary Authority of Singapore), and the insuretech company, BIMA.
Mr Peter W Horton Company SecretaryGroup General Counsel Dec 2019
Ms Jane Margaret Bowd Additional Company Secretary Jun 2020
Jane Margaret Bowd Additional Company Secretary
Peter W Horton Company SecretaryGroup General Counsel

Top Shareholders Data provided by Morningstar.

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Name Shares Capital
HSBC Custody Nominees (Australia) Limited 672,543,355 27.28%
J P Morgan Nominees Australia Pty Limited 327,528,944 13.29%
Citicorp Nominees Pty Limited 175,917,037 7.14%
National Indemnity Company 97,513,199 3.96%
BNP Paribas Nominees Pty Ltd (Agency Lending Drp A/C) 88,181,191 3.58%
National Nominees Limited 81,028,722 3.29%
BNP Paribas Noms Pty Ltd (Drp) 28,032,074 1.14%
BNP Paribas Nominees Pty Ltd Six Sis Ltd (Drp A/C) 19,206,531 0.78%
Citicorp Nominees Pty Limited (Colonial First State Inv A/C) 18,854,728 0.76%
HSBC Custody Nominees (Australia) Limited (Nt Comnwlth Super Corp A/C) 14,013,748 0.57%
Australian Foundation Investment Company Limited 9,527,455 0.39%
Milton Corporation Limited 6,026,948 0.24%
Argo Investments Limited 4,910,330 0.20%
BNP Paribas Noms (Nz) Ltd (Drp) 4,398,108 0.18%
Iag Share Plan Nominee Pty Limited (Iag Dap Unallocated Account) 4,162,987 0.17%
Mutual Trust Pty Ltd 3,403,925 0.14%
Djerriwarrh Investments Limited 3,142,221 0.13%
Amp Life Limited 2,883,033 0.12%
BNP Paribas Nominees Pty Ltd HUB24 Custodial Serv Ltd (DRP a/c) 2,854,002 0.12%
Peter & Lyndy White Foundation Pty Ltd (P & L White Foundation A/C) 2,035,999 0.08%