Overcoming our fear of robots will allow our best people to focus on the customer at the time of claim, when they need us most.
Oops, the industry did it again. In 2017, Canada’s property and casualty insurance industry paid out a total of $1.33 billion in insured losses following catastrophic events primarily related to climate change. It’s the fifth time over the past seven…
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Changes to Canada’s property and casualty insurance industry continue to keep industry players on their toes. Be it traditional matters like catastrophe losses, or emerging trends and risks for which little history is available, professionals must remain alert to how many risks can develop and how quickly they can transform.
Risk is all around. Risk professionals are increasingly becoming entrenched in discussions early on regarding how to not only protect company assets and resources should something occur, but to provide insights in advance to beef up preparedness and blunt potential adverse impacts.