After talking to Canadian brokers nationwide, and in the spirit of car racing board games, Canadian Underwriter presents the obstacles and opportunities facing brokers as they steer their way to success
How does a radio guy become a leading Canadian risk manager? Steve Pottle, who serves on the global board of RIMS, says it all began
Are the new mandatory breach notification laws in Canada and the European Union keeping you up at night? Here are steps you can take to sleep comfortably through it all
Some of your corporate clients are starting to use biometrics to verify identities and online transactions – should you?
Planning to use drone technology? 3 considerations that will help your ROI to take off
Veteran Crawford employee Greg Smith to oversee the sales and marketing functions of Crawford & Company (Canada)
The potential claims and underwriting effects of insuring marijuana edibles
After a couple of close calls last year in B.C. and Ontario, can we say we are better prepared for a wildfire cat?
An insured is owed more money than they claimed. Do you disclose the oversight?
Once considered a line item on the expense chart, marketers are now starting to reach the executive levels of brokerages – and here’s why
Commercial P&C brokerages have taken the plunge into the employee benefits space, strategically acquiring employee benefits firms. What’s in the water?
Wawanesa Mutual Insurance Company made a bold move last year, forsaking the direct channel to sell exclusively through brokers. Carol Jardine, president of Wawanesa’s Canadian P&C operations, shares her assessment of how the strategy has worked so far.