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Driving connectivity

February 6, 2020 Steve Whitelaw, Vice President, Industry Relations, Applied Systems

Brokers looking to achieve better connectivity with their insurer partners should focus on two core areas of their business

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Sending out an SMS

February 4, 2020 Adam Malik, Managing Editor

Your clients likely have cellphones and use them to text. What’s stopping brokers from communicating with clients using the technology they want?

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Time to regulate insurtechs

February 4, 2020 David Gambrill, Editor in Chief

A short time ago, insurers feared insurtechs would disrupt the property and casualty industry.

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Technology Outlook 2020

February 3, 2020 Greg Meckbach, Associate Editor

What major technology trends do you foresee in the property and casualty insurance industry in 2020? What new technologies will be on the brokers’ radar? We put these questions to a number of tech experts; their responses will inform your strategic thinking about tech.

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How to sell cyber

February 2, 2020 Jason Contant, Online Editor

James Burns, cyber product leader with CFC Underwriting, shares his insights on what the industry needs to do to sell more cyber insurance policies. cu | How do successful brokers sell cyber insurance? They make cyber products relevant to the

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Who do you trust?

February 1, 2020 David Gambrill, Editor in Chief

A client’s personal information is gold to the P&C industry, which relies on data collection and analysis to make a profit. A report on how brokers and insurers are working together to safeguard the industry’s hot new currency — data.

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Unfinished business

January 5, 2020 By Kevin Shipley, Partner, XCG Consulting Limited

Why a winter construction fire should give underwriters pause before covering the risk of unfinished buildings

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There goes the neighbourhood

January 4, 2020 Sarah Cunningham-Scharf, Freelance Writer

How governments and the industry should broach the delicate topic of expropriation in areas at high risk of flood damage

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Captive Audience

January 3, 2020 Adam Malik, Managing Editor

Thanks to emerging industries and threats, captives have once again taken centre stage as a popular form of alternative risk transfer

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Data to the rescue

January 2, 2020 David Gambrill, Editor in Chief

Witness to three hard markets, Greg McCutcheon, president of Opta Information Intelligence, tells how advanced analytics can predict the winners and losers in today’s hard market      

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Bright skies ahead

January 1, 2020 Adam Malik, Managing Editor

Catastrophes have hit Canadian P&C adjusters  hard, causing many to wonder if the industry has  the capacity to handle increasing workloads. Why adjusters see sunnier times ahead

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Executive Outlook 2020 | Jason Storah, Aviva Canada

December 30, 2019 by David Gambrill

Jason Storah, President, CEO, Aviva Canada I find it quite interesting, intriguing and frustrating that auto insurance is so complex in this country. Why is an auto accident treated differently in Quebec, Ontario, B.C., or Alberta? It doesn’t make sense,