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Chubb’s multi-line practice to focus on large transportation clients in U.S. and Canada, help address wide range of risks

July 20, 2017 by Canadian Underwriter

Chubb’s newly launched multi-line industry practice will focus on providing insurance products, service and risk management solutions for best-in-class large risk transportation clients in both the United States and Canada. The formalization of the practice, within the insurer’s Major Accounts

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Brokers taking the initiative to embrace digital transformation: Insurance Analytics Canada speaker

July 4, 2017 Jason Contant, Online Editor

Many brokers are taking the bull by the horns and embracing digital transformation, with or without the help of insurers, a speaker suggested last week at the Insurance Analytics Canada Summit in downtown Toronto. Greg McCutcheon, president of Markham, Ont.-based

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Specialist Lloyd’s broker now providing regional Canadian brokers with direct access to London liability insurance market

June 29, 2017 by Canadian Underwriter

Servca, the independent international specialist Lloyd’s broker, announced on Thursday that is has expanded its global footprint into Canada. Servca now provides regional Canadian brokers with direct access to Lloyd’s of London specialist products, schemes and carriers, “catering for non-standard

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Gore Mutual Insurance Company to acquire Howard Noble Insurance Limited

June 29, 2017 by Canadian Underwriter

Gore Mutual Insurance Company announced on Wednesday that is has agreed to acquire Howard Noble Insurance Limited, a regional broker in Georgian Bay and Simcoe County in Ontario. Gore Mutual CEO Heidi Sevcik noted in a press release that Noble

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Customers in driver’s seat, geared up for experimenting with insurance offerings: webinar

June 29, 2017 by Angela Stelmakowich

Customers want to be in the driver’s seat and, increasingly, that is something insurance providers should want as well, Ellen Carney, principal analyst for e-business and channel strategy at U.S.-based research and advisory firm Forrester, suggested during a Centre for

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Approved Surety & Casualty launches program to enhance contractor bonding limit

June 12, 2017 by Canadian Underwriter

Toronto-based Approved Surety & Casualty Inc. announced on Monday that is has launched a capital disbursement program for brokers to enhance contractor bonding limit. “Approved Capital is a capital disbursement program for brokers that will allow their contractor clients to

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Economical Insurance simplifies its business with changes to legal entities

June 6, 2017 by Canadian Underwriter

Economical Insurance announced on Tuesday that it is “migrating to a simpler legal entity structure while continuing to offer a wide range of products and excellent service to broker partners and customers” as it continues its journey to become a

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Technological change and cyber risk overtake regulation as top risks for global insurers: study

May 31, 2017 by Canadian Underwriter

The global insurance industry’s ability to confront structural and technological changes is now the greatest risk it faces, according to a new survey of insurers and close observers of the sector, released on Tuesday. The Centre for the Study of

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Resource risk top concern for wind energy sector: GCube Underwriting

May 23, 2017 by Canadian Underwriter

Resource risk has surpassed mechanical and electrical breakdown to become the number one potential source of financial losses for onshore wind energy developers, owners and operators globally, suggests a new report from GCube Underwriting Ltd. Despite continued development and improvement

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May 3, 2017 The CIP Society - Insurance Institute of Canada

Suppose a change in regulation affects many of a broker’s clients. How much effort should brokers expend on notifying insureds of potential coverage gaps?

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Opta Information Intelligence launches iClarify Farm Solution for Canadian insurance marketplace

April 19, 2017 by Canadian Underwriter

Opta Information Intelligence has announced the expansion of its suite of services to the Canadian property and casualty (P&C) insurance industry with the launch of iClarify Farm Solution. Markham, Ont.-headquartered Opta, creator of iClarify and Peril Score analytic solutions, announced

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Artificial Intelligence set to transform insurance industry, but integration challenges remain: Accenture

April 19, 2017 by Canadian Underwriter

Artificial intelligence (AI) will “significantly transform” the insurance industry in the next three years, with insurers investing in AI to empower agents, brokers and employees to enhance the customer experience with automated personalized services, faster claims handling and individual risk-based