January 7, 2021 by National Insurance Conference of Canada
TORONTO, ON, JAN. 7, 2021/insPRESS/ – The NICC Advisory Committee has moved the 2021 NICC from its original September dates to November 14-16, 2021 at the Westin Bayshore in Vancouver.
With the announcement of COVID-19 vaccines on the horizon and the news from the Canadian government, the expectation is that most of the population will be vaccinated by late summer or September. The committee felt that the November dates put the Canadian insurance industry’s most important annual event in a safer zone for all concerned.
“We enter 2021 with a mix of worry and hope but, given the information available to us at this time, we are cautiously optimistic that after long last our industry will be able to reconvene, reconnect, rejoice, raise a glass and, yes, get down to business on the pressing issues facing us and the Canadians that we serve”, said MSA CEO, Joel Baker. He added: “Over the next few months, the NICC Committee will work on the agenda for what may very well be remembered as the most meaningful industry gathering in our careers.”
The NICC would like to take this opportunity to thank the esteemed Advisory Committee, speakers, moderators and sponsors. Please be safe and resilient in the days, weeks and months ahead as we emerge from the pandemic.
2021 NICC Advisory Committee Members
President & CEO, MSA Research
CEO, Insurance Brokers Assoc. of Canada
President & CEO, TD Insurance
President & CEO, IBC
President & CEO, Insurance Institute of Canada
President & CEO, Munich Reinsurance Company of Canada
President & COO, Arch Insurance Group
Managing Director, Guy Carpenter
President & CEO, Aviva Canada
President, CRU Group
President, Reinsurance Solutions, Aon Canada
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