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What’s New: In Brief (August 29, 2007)


August 29, 2007   by Canadian Underwriter


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Pilot Insurance Company is continuing its investment as a full partner of the Broker Identity Program for 2007, the Insurance Brokers Association of Canada (IBAC) announced.
Pilot is proud to continue as a Full Partner of the Broker Identity Program, Maurice Tulloch, president, Pilot Insurance Company, said in a release. We fully support and encourage brokers to boldly communicate the valuable advice, choice and coverage that they provide Canadians each and every day. Brokers form part of our safe harbour concept.
IBAC CEO Dan Danyluk added: We are pleased that an insurer with roots in Ontario for over 80 years stands by the message being delivered every day to legislators and regulators when issues of importance to the industry come up. Pilot is a valuable partner to insurance brokers.

The Groupement des assureurs automobiles (GAA) and CGI Group Inc. have signed a five-year contract renewal agreement which covers operational aspects of the Fichier central des sinistres automobiles in Quebec (FCSA), according to a release.
CGIL will be responsible for the processing and distribution of motor vehicle claims records in Quebec, including hosting, support and upgrading of the FCSA application and online access for subscribers, the release notes.
We are committed to the continued success of our clients and to the evolution of the insurance sector, Paul Biron, senior vice-president and general manager, technologies and infrastructure, CGI, said in a release. Our extensive experience with the FCSA has allowed us to continuously improve the solution and offer the GAA the tools it requires to better respond to the needs of its subscribers.