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Covid-19 Webinar: Protecting Your Receivables

July 2, 2020 by Adam Malik

Canadian Underwriter hosted a free webinar on June 23 exploring the need for brokerages to not just protect their receivables as insolvencies threaten businesses due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The panel discussion featured Karen Ritchie, president of Toronto Insurance Council

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Covid-19 Webinar: The Impact of a Recession on the Canadian P&C Industry

July 2, 2020 by Adam Malik

Canadian Underwriter hosted a free webinar on June 16 exploring how the economic recession, caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, will impact the Canadian property and casualty insurance industry. The panel discussion featured Alister Campbell, president and CEO of the Canadian

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Covid-19 Webinar: Cyber Security in a Remote World

May 12, 2020 Canadian Underwriter

Canadian Underwriter hosted a free webinar on April 29 to discuss emerging cyber threats during the COVID-19 pandemic. The webinar panel featured three cybersecurity experts in the industry, including Eduard Goodman, global privacy officer at CyberScout, Tim Zeilman, vice president

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Covid-19 Webinar: Business Continuity in the Digital Age

May 12, 2020 Canadian Underwriter

Canadian Underwriter hosted a free webinar on Apr. 22 exploring how brokers’ business continuity plans have responded and will continue to respond during the unfolding drama of the global COVID-19 pandemic. The panel discussion featured IBAO president Joseph Carnevale, partner

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2019 Top Broker Summit highlights

April 13, 2020 Canadian Underwriter

Missed CU’s 2019 Top Broker Summit? Check out some of the highlights here.

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Top Broker Summit: How will you change?

November 21, 2019 Canadian Underwriter

Sarah Groeneweg, general manager at Locke Insurance Brokers, discusses the importance of soliciting social media reviews when asked how Canada’s brokers might change over the next three to five years. Groeneweg’s comments are part of a series of video clips

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Top Broker Summit: How will you change?

November 20, 2019 Canadian Underwriter

Tom Hughes, partner at Locke Insurance Brokers, talks about broker consolidation when asked how Canadian property and casualty insurance brokers will change over the next three to five years. Hughes’s comments are part of a series of video clips Canadian

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Top Broker Summit: How will you change?

November 19, 2019 by Canadian Underwriter

Allen McClelland, president of McClelland Insurance Brokers, talks about how his brokerage launched a whole new digital division when he was asked how his brokerage has changed recently. McClelland’s comments are part of a series of video clips Canadian Underwriter

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Top Broker Summit: How will you change?

November 18, 2019 by Canadian Underwriter

Michael Di Nardo, president of Oracle RMS Insurance Brokers, talks about the changing way of life for brokers who wish to advise their clients in the Information and Technology Age. He was asked how Canadian property and casualty insurance brokers

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Top Broker Summit: How will you change?

November 15, 2019 Canadian Underwriter

Fred Morison, president and CEO of Morison Insurance, describes the brokerage of the future over the next three to five years, commenting on how the channel will change. Morison’s comments are part of a series of video clips Canadian Underwriter

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Top Broker Summit: How will you change?

November 14, 2019 Canadian Underwriter

Stanislav Kojokin, managing partner at KASE Insurance, says brokers will need to specialize to keep up with changes in Canada’s broker channel over the next three to five years. Kojokin’s comments are part of a series of video clips Canadian

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Top Broker Summit: How will you change?

November 13, 2019 by Canadian Underwriter

Sam Off, protection specialist at National Truck League, points to the broker’s role in the claims process when asked how Canadian property and casualty insurance brokers will change over the next three to five years. Off’s comments are part of