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Corporate Headwinds

August 1, 2019 Jeff Buckstein

Corporate boards in Canada face different exposures today than they did in the past. How has D&O insurance changed to help boards face these new challenges?

Feature Brokers

Discipline digest

July 9, 2019 David Gambrill, Editor-in-Chief

It’s time for a national standard on publishing provincial broker discipline decisions

Feature Technology

Handwritten data

July 8, 2019 Greg Meckbach, Associate Editor

Machine learning and optical character recognition can help brokers enter data from forms, but it still often takes human effort to read handwriting

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Shifting Sands

July 7, 2019 Jason Contant, Online Editor

Your client’s home falls into a sinkhole — coverage denied, right? How coverage may still apply, depending on a shift in circumstances

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The broker’s valuation proposition

July 6, 2019 Kelly Juhasz, President, Canadian Chapter, International Society of Appraisers

How offering appraisal services can increase your client’s satisfaction

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CRM Convert

July 4, 2019 Adam Malik, Managing Editor

Why are brokers afraid  of lead generation software? Dave Vass of Trufla Technology makes the case for a client relations management solution

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Juggling priorities

July 3, 2019 The CIP Society, The Insurance Institute of Canada

How a hard market can turn conflicting priorities into an ethical issue

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The Power of Now

July 1, 2019 Glenn McGillivray, Managing Director, Institute for Catastrophic Loss Reduction (ICLR)

The industry is quite rightly focused on the future to assess emerging issues, but it must remain mindful of the present moment to address two major drivers of its poor results.

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Ask the right questions

June 17, 2019 Chloe Mathioudakis, Litigator, Field Law; and Erika Carrasco, Partner, Field Law

Post-marijuana legalization, how will adjusters know if a driver is “intoxicated”?

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Where did everyone go?

June 16, 2019 Emily Atkins

How do you keep track of your insureds when disasters force your clients to abandon the primary address you have on file?

Feature ClaimsClaims CanadaLegal

Playing with Fire

June 14, 2019 Glenn Gibson and Andrew Eckart

How an insurer successfully defended a risky arson case in which no charge was laid

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Government backstop

June 12, 2019 Greg Meckbach, Associate Editor

What’s blocking Canada from establishing its own national flood insurance program?