Insurers are increasingly rejecting one-page appraisals for valuable property such as jewelry, artwork or antiques – and for good reason.
Why the fate of insuring sports and recreational facilities hangs in the balance
A shift in the global economy has changed the risks facing Canadian businesses. Companies are now calling for insurance solutions that protect their intangible assets.
A pool of Canadian nuclear insurers has created a state-of-the-art, made-in-Canada claims administration system for handling nuclear incidents.
Some advice on how to “future-proof” the insurance needs of Canada’s very agile small and medium sized businesses.
Customized commercial policies are vital for increasing your standing as a trusted advisor. Here are the hottest areas for going tailor-made.
Leading innovation in your brokerage? Here are 6 steps for successfully directing change in your organization without making waves.
The CIP Society Ethics Series THE ETHICAL DILEMMA The owner of a suburban insurance brokerage reviews the firm’s monthly production figures and is pleased with a recent spike in sales. Over the past several years, his brokerage has been very…
In an exclusive interview with Canadian Underwriter, Aviva Canada’s new president and CEO, Colm Holmes, says he is guided by the demands of Canadian consumers — and they want a digitized experience with the broker channel.
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Canadian insurers have emphasized work on their front-end systems to provide a direct-to-consumer experience. Now that carriers are working on their legacy systems to better integrate with brokers, will a direct broker-to-consumer experience be far behind?