The new logo links the group's longstanding tradition with its new goals. The colour red and the Swiss cross represent the roots and origins of the enterprise, which has been in existence for almost 150 years. The three lines of the new pictogram symbolise the three major lines on the palm of the human hand. They convey the idea that the pensions business is all about people with individual requirements, and that Swiss Life and its employees are committed to ensuring these people's financial security.
The new corporate identity will gradually be introduced in all the core markets by the end of 2005, starting with Switzerland in March 2004. Between now and the end of 2005 the enterprise will invest a total of around CHF 15 million in the brand make-over, thus laying the foundation for building up an internationally strong and distinguished brand over the long-term.
The new Swiss Life corporate identity was developed by MetaDesign Zurich.
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Swiss Life is a leading provider of life insurance and long-term savings and protection. Swiss Life offers individuals and companies comprehensive advice and a broad range of products via agents, brokers and banks in its domestic market, Switzerland, where it is market leader, and selected European markets. Multinational companies are serviced with tailor-made solutions by a network of partners in over 50 countries.
Swiss Life Holding, registered in Zurich, was founded in 1857 as the Swiss Life Insurance and Pension Company. Shares of Swiss Life Holding are listed on the SWX Swiss Exchange (SLHN). The enterprise employs around 11 000 people worldwide.
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