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The Future of Broker Education

January 24, 2018 David Gambrill, Editor-in-Chief

Greg Mansfield has received an award for his visionary approach to broker CE. Here’s what he sees for broker learners in the future.

Feature Professional Development

Millennials Rising

January 22, 2018 Margaret Parent, Director of the Professionals’ Division Insurance Institute of Canada

Preliminary research finds that P&C insurers have successfully recruited Millennials into the industry

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Rideshare Redux

January 17, 2018 Jason Contant, Online Editor

California-based Lyft is coming to Canada. Has the industry learned from Uber?

Feature Legislation / Regulation

Out of Pocket

January 15, 2018 Greg Meckbach, Associate Editor

Brokers could pay more under proposal to tax income sprinkling and passive investments

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Auto Polish

January 11, 2018 Greg Meckbach, Associate Editor

Auto insurance reform was top of mind at this year’s Insurance Brokers Association of Ontario convention.

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Opportunity or Obligation?

January 9, 2018 Kristen Cornell, Principal, Industry Value Engineering, SAP Canada

Doing the bare minimum to comply with IFRS 17 may save you money in the short term, but there’s a bigger opportunity to transform your company digitally

Feature Technology

Commercial Exchange

January 5, 2018 David Gambrill, Editor-in-Chief

Commercial brokers and carriers are close to launching real-time data exchange.

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Tech Takes Industry by Storm

January 3, 2018 by Canadian Underwriter

Digital technologies and natural catastrophes are top of mind for senior Canadian insurance executives in our 2017 Annual CEO Outlook

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Keeping Pace

December 20, 2017 Jason Contant, Online Editor; and Angela Stelmakowich, Editor

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.

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Disruption, collaboration and claims

December 19, 2017 Emily Atkins, Editor

As the new president of CIAA, Monica Kuzyk, who took over the reins from Heather Matthews at the annual general meeting in Kelowna on September 9, wants to open dialogue within the association. She is particularly concerned about the new

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La Plume du Président

December 19, 2017 Monica Kuzyk, President, ACEI

Imaginez qu’un ordre d’évacuation a été émis et que vous avez une heure pour rassembler votre famille, vos provisions d’urgence et pour vous diriger vers une zone de sécurité désignée ou un centre d’évacuation. Qu’emportez-vous lorsque votre vie est menacée?

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Message from the President

December 19, 2017 Monica Kuzyk, President, Canadian Independent Adjusters’ Association

Imagine the evacuation order has been issued, and you have an hour to gather your family, emergency supplies and head to a designated safety zone or an evacuation centre. What do you take when your life is disrupted? For many