The Monkeys Takes Over From M&C Saatchi On NRMA’s Creative Account

The Monkeys Takes Over From M&C Saatchi On NRMA’s Creative Account
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Accenture-owned agency The Monkeys has bolstered its client ranks, having been chosen to handle the creative for the NRMA.

The Monkeys CEO Paul Green confirmed to B&T that the agency had been appointed to the NRMA account by parent company IAG, which also includes brands CGU and Swann Insurance.

M&C Saatchi was the incumbent creative agency for the NRMA, and it’s understood that IAG didn’t pitch the business.

Jaimes Leggett, CEO of M&C Saatchi, said in a statement that the agency has had a long and successful relationship with IAG.

“We’ve created award winning and impactful work – work we’re fiercely proud of,” he said.

“We’re sad to see the business go, but wish the team all the best on their next stage of the journey.”

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