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Next round of reusable data services aims to solve this problem

November 6, 2019 by Greg Meckbach

When a corporate client’s policy is up for renewal, it can take a lot of time and effort to get a claims run request, a Toronto commercial broker suggests. The commercial claims run is a report, on a client, showing

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Preventing distracted driving is a top priority for brokers

October 1, 2019 by Greg Meckbach

Brokers are focused on preventing distracted driving, which is near the top of the agenda for the Insurance Brokers Association of Canada (IBAC). Kent Rowe, IBAC’s new president, told Canadian Underwriter that distracted driving is part of a nascent federal

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New president at Insurance Brokers Association of Canada

September 20, 2019 by Greg Meckbach

Kent Rowe is now the president of the Insurance Brokers Association of Canada. Rowe, a former president of the Insurance Brokers Association of Newfoundland, was inducted into his new role after IBAC’s annual general meeting Thursday. By day, Rowe works

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The next steps to making IBAC Data Exchange a reality

August 3, 2018 by Greg Meckbach

Brokers who spend too much time typing information into two different computer systems are getting help from the Insurance Brokers Association of Canada, and IBAC is looking for help on some new working groups. IBAC aims to have some working

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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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Frustrated brokers ready to drop carriers over flood confusion

November 24, 2017 Greg Meckbach, Associate Editor

Swirling in the eddies of confusion about overland coverage, frustrated Canadian brokers are threatening to drop carriers and are worried about errors and omission (E&O) claims related to overland flood insurance. Canada-wide, there is a “host of wordings out there”

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A Solid Foundation

October 2, 2017 Angela Stelmakowich, Editor

Scott Treasure, incoming president of the Insurance Brokers Association of Canada, understands that staying committed to core principles offers a strong foundation for moving forward.

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Collaboration leads to milestone achievement to define data exchange standards between companies, brokers

August 23, 2017 by Canadian Underwriter

The long-standing objective of standardized real-time data exchange between insurance brokers and companies has taken a big step forward with Tuesday’s announcement that initial testing of the process has been successfully completed. A team of players in Canada’s p&c insurance

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More than 23 million eDocs transmitted in 2016: CSIO chair

April 16, 2017 Greg Meckbach, Associate Editor

The Centre for Study of Insurance Operations held its annual general meeting Thursday, acclaiming the president of the Insurance Brokers Association of Ontario as a new board member and announcing the use of its eDocs standard was up about 45%

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Survival Instinct

April 1, 2017 Angela Stelmakowich, Editor

Kent Rowe sees opportunity in change, and technology can prove an excellent vehicle for getting independent brokers where they need to go.

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Insurance Brokers Association of Canada appoints former MP Peter Braid as new CEO

February 13, 2017 by Canadian Underwriter

The Insurance Brokers Association of Canada (IBAC) has announced the appointment of its new CEO, Peter Braid, effective Feb. 27. IBAC chairperson Lorne Perry announced the appointment in a press release on Feb. 10. Braid is a former Member of

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Flood Money

January 2, 2017 Greg Meckbach, Associate Editor

While the federal government continues to “explore options” for a national approach to flood insurance, a major reinsurer warns coverage is unaffordable to many high-risk properties.