New hires enhance the expertise of insurer’s specialty insurance team
The Centre for Study of Insurance Operations is telling brokers ‘we want YOU,’ or at least your opinion on draft versions of two pollution liability insurance application forms.
Swimming Canada has new partnership with insurer; AIA classes begin in new Calgary location; and American P&C underwriters experience something new - a profit.
Data breaches affect more than compromised records. According to a Zurich report, these 7 risks are largely unseen and just as dangerous.
Earthquakes on the B.C. coast, tornadoes sweeping through the U.S. Midwest and torrential rains pounding Ontario – the timing for a workshop on catastrophic loss couldn’t be better.
Why a captain would leave the ship before ensuring the safety of the passengers is not only unfathomable, but goes against the terms of insurance requirements, says one veteran marine claims surveyor.
A British Columbia managing general agency that got its start insuring houseboats on Shuswap Lake strengthened its presence in Vancouver market, acquiring another MGA.
Those executives who took the plunge for the WWF-Canada Polar Bear Dip have finally thawed out – but just barely.
There probably isn’t a broker out there who hasn’t been given the cold shoulder by a client – but would they agree to plunge into icy Lake Ontario to raise money for WWF-Canada?
A newly approved direct writer in the Canadian insurance sector isn’t abandoning its MGA heritage, pledging to remain committed to brokers by underwriting big U.S. exposures.
Following up their purchase of Basin Insurance, Atlantic Canada’s largest independently owned insurance brokerage announced the purchase of two more offices in the Halifax region.