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
Compensation models based on performance continue to rise in popularity. A look at what some brokerages are doing and why…
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.
Alberta continues to endure the most expensive insured weather events in Canada. What’s happening and what can be done about it?
A lot of things can go wrong when a client agrees to add a counter-party to a contract as an additional insured. Here’s what your clients can do to reduce the risk of a nasty coverage dispute
Many brokers turned working from home into a success. What lessons can we take with us when we return to the office?
Meet Clint Smith, chief operating officer of Manitoba-based Andrew Agencies Ltd., which recently acquired several brokerages in Saskatchewan. Smith gave us his take on the challenges brokers face in Western Canada, the response to the COVID-19 pandemic, and the inside…
Asked what “value-added” services they are providing to clients, brokers say they are increasingly wearing a risk manager’s hat. That means giving their clients more holistic advice on claims, loss control, and risk mitigation.
Haag Global has picked the former CEO of Giffin Koerth, now known as 30 Forensic Engineering, as its leader
After a five-year-long business relationship with Intact, ridesharing giant Uber moved its business to Economical. What prompted the move?