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.
After several attempts to create a utopian state of broker-carrier data exchange, could the D/X Initiative be the tech breakthrough that commercial brokers have been seeking for decades?
Top 3 ways cyber insurance will come of age over the next six years
How a revamped CAIB program will give brokers the deep understanding required to be a trusted advisor
Don Forgeron, president and CEO of Insurance Bureau of Canada, talks to Canadian Underwriter about what’s top of mind for Canada’s home, auto and business insurers in 2019. Here’s his update on where the nation’s insurers stand on auto reform,…