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Executive Outlook 2020 | Silvy Wright, Northbridge

December 27, 2019 by David Gambrill

Silvy Wright, President, CEO, Northbridge Financial Corporation The industry’s top priority should be helping our customers effectively navigate volatile market conditions. The challenges being faced in both commercial and personal lines are considerable, from rising auto repair costs, required auto

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Executive Outlook 2020 | Rowan Saunders, Economical

December 27, 2019 by David Gambrill

Rowan Saunders, President, CEO, Economical Insurance Insurers across Canada are exploring new ways to embrace digital and improve customer experience in the middle of a hard market. This necessary transformation is the most important issue we face. Within the context

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Executive Outlook 2020 | Martin Thompson, RSA

December 27, 2019 by David Gambrill

Martin Thompson, President, CEO, RSA Canada Disciplined underwriting is the anchor that the P&C industry needs right now. The insurance industry is currently experiencing some pain. Investment returns have been following a general downtrend over the last two decades, from

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About half of Canadian small business owners and C-suite execs not confident in secure destruction systems for paper or electronic media: survey

May 17, 2017 by Canadian Underwriter

Just over half (53%) of Canadian small business owners (SBOs) and just under half (48%) of C-suite executives don’t feel confident about their current secure destruction systems for paper or electronic media, according to the seventh annual Shred-it Information Security

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IT decision makers, C-suite executives each believe the other is responsible for cyber breaches: study

February 10, 2017 by Canadian Underwriter

IT decision makers and C-suite executives each believe the other is responsible in the event of a cyber breach, according to new research from BAE Systems, a provider of technology defence, aerospace and security solutions. According to BAE Systems’ 2017