A new strain of COVID-19 is making it harder for the economy to return to normal. Brokers and employment lawyers weigh in.
Even as B.C. wildfires continue to burn, investigations begin and claims start rolling in.
Municipalities respond to series of tornadoes with new rules governing building construction.
KPMG’s Chris Cornell says project management, system implementation, and accessing resources are the biggest challenges, as the start date of the new insurance accounting standard IFRS 17 approaches.
Rising sea levels, more intense rainfall and an increase in fire weather are among the effects the Canadian industry could feel from climate change.
Will the post-COVID recovery follow the shape of a V, U, W, or square-root symbol? It all depends on the insurance.
When attempting to sum up the industry’s business environment during the pandemic, the word ‘extreme’ comes to mind
Intact makes a splash with its intention to buy not only RSA Canada, but its parent company in Europe
Social inflation essentially describes insurers’ increasing legal costs. Why insurers are pinning this primarily on the rise of litigation funding
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The new COVID landscape means looking for alternative ways to mitigate claims risk at live events
In a world where insurers are amalgamating claims service offerings, third-party forensic engineers can bring to the table a neutral, unbiased perspective that is void of any potential for a conflict of interest, says Chris Giffin, chief executive officer of Haag Canada.