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,…
Once hyped as a potential dogfight, the anticipated competition between the insurance industry
and insurtechs has turned out to be a
cozy affair. How did that happen?
In Ontario, where about half the country’s auto premium is written, politicians say they want to work with the industry to bring down auto rates. But on the issue of auto reform, the province and the industry are not always steering in the same direction to reach the ultimate destination – lower auto rates for consumers
Winning ways to guide your clients through the worst day of their lives
Are jurors in auto insurance trials “biased” because they pay insurance premiums?
Asset managers don’t want hackers attempting to impersonate them. Here’s a golden opportunity to minimize their exposure
What makes for a stellar workplace? Four insurers reveal key insights into developing happy and motivated workers