Bernard McNulty, Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty’s new chief agent for Canada, explains the impact of the pandemic and what changes may be in store
Specialization continues to be a major growth strategy for brokers, as our third annual National Broker Survey shows. But has the pandemic exposed the limits to specialization…?
Tens of thousands of claims, for a grand total of $1.2 billion in insured damaged, have been filed from the June 13 hail storm that hit the Calgary area
A surge in directors and officers liability claims, withdrawal of some carriers from hospitality and high-profile cyberattacks are among the big trends now in commercial specialty
Andy Taylor, Gore Mutual Insurance Company’s newly-minted president and CEO, reveals the soft skills required for a successful business transformation — and how to find them. – As told to Greg Meckbach To recruit talent capable of shepherding a…
What happens when an agreement is breached due to COVID-19? Experts share their thoughts
How the outcome of a test case in Britain over business interruption coverage during COVID-19 may reverberate throughout the Canadian commercial P&C market
Here’s where, and why, insurers see more fraud claims being uncovered
Post-pandemic, expect risk professionals to be called upon more often to find creative solutions for emerging issues
Canadian Underwriter asked brokers across the country to rate themselves as trusted advisors. While pride in their work during the pandemic was obvious, the survey results also suggested ways to enhance their value to consumers.
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