Canadian Underwriter caught up with Stephen Stewart, president and CEO of Stewart Specialty Risk Underwriting Ltd., who shared his thoughts on the impact of the pandemic on MGAs
Canadian Underwriter talked to several commercial lines brokers about the impact of COVID-19 on specialty lines. Hear their tales of withering capacity, new challenges finding D&O insurance, and when to expect growth again
Canadian Underwriter recently surveyed 653 home and auto insurance customers, as well as 159 commercial insurance policyholders, all of whom buy their insurance through the broker channel. We asked them to tell us what they thought about the service they were receiving from their brokers. Here is what they told us…
Throughout Canada, provinces are starting a phased re-opening of the economy (albeit some regions are in more advanced stages than others). Doron Melnick, partner in KPMG’s
people and change advisory services practice, is advising businesses on how to return to the office while the global novel coronavirus remains a threat.
How to keep relationships, both internal and external, strong in today’s reality
Living and working during a global pandemic is new to everyone. The executive team of Edmonton-based Leibel Insurance Group shares their best advice about how to work from home successfully. – As told to Adam Malik Create a routine. That’s…
How will the deal between Aon and Willis Towers Watson affect brokers in Canada?
How the brokers’ pandemic response accelerated their conversion to digital, thereby enhancing their value to consumers
How the industry will survive a global pandemic
P&C veteran Jeff Hart heads up Vailo Insurance Services Ltd., a recently-launched managing general agency
In a hard market dominated by large players, small and mid-sized commercial brokerages face an existential choice: Specialize — or risk extinction.
Dave Partington, appointed in December as CEO of Gallagher Global Brokerage — Canada, explains how firming market conditions bring new opportunities for commercial brokers.