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Brokers’ top five reads in October

November 10, 2017   by Staff

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Copyright: / George TsartsianidisThe most popular articles on Canadian Insurance Top Broker for the month of October included stories on brokers who didn’t follow the rules and brokers who set the bar for excellence.

Here are the top five reads in October:

1. Insurance Council of B.C. fines 404 new brokers
The regulator announced in early October that newly licensed brokers who failed to complete a regulated educational requirement were fined $500.

2.CITB Top 10 under 40
This feature was included in our September issue and made a splash on our site in October as readers learned more about the top 10 brokers under the age of 40. From brokers who left established companies to blaze their own path to brokers who are “jack of all trades,” these are the stories that inspired readers.

3.IBAO Convention 2017: Full CITB coverage
Canadian Insurance Top Broker reported live from the convention and ensured that readers knew what the CEOs from Economical Insurance, Gore Mutual, Intact Insurance and RSA Canada were saying about the state of the P&C industry and their recent ventures.

4.The Co-operators, Desjardins back $25-million fund for co-operatives
The Co-operators and Desjardins Group are a part of a group of investors that are providing $25 million to establish the Canadian Co-operative Investment Fund (CCIF).

5. Live in Brampton or Vaughan? Your car insurance rates are tops in Ontario
Brokers seemed to appreciate’s research on the most expensive Ontario cities for auto insurance premiums, which is reflected in its popularity during the month.

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