As we near the end of Women’s History Month, a senior Lloyd’s exec lifts the lid on diversity in the industry
Although the Hub acquisition made a splash this summer, the number of insurance agency mergers and acquisitions has declined slightly during the first half of 2013.
Tim Withey, who started up his own brokerage business in Huntsville, Ontario, tells Insurance Business how he did it, and what brokers need in order to help create more brokerage start-ups.
Stewart Bell of Elixir Consulting reveals a 10-point value proposition for brokers...
The very qualities that make your top producers successful may ultimately prove to be their undoing. What are you doing to keep your top producers from burning out or moving on?
The chairman of the Insurance Brokers Association of Canada (IBAC) and a prominent insurance broker has tragically passed away after four-year battle with cancer.
Broker association CEO Randy Carroll receives Governor General’s medal for his work on behalf of victims of crime.
The new president of the Insurance Brokers Association of B.C. (IBABC) has pleaded for brokers to see the value in going paperless and explore social media too. How can you make this essential transition?
Quebec's brokers are waiting to see how the province's new government is organized before pressing ahead with proposals to help reduce the impact of tax harmonization.
Consolidation in Canada’s property and casualty industry in 2011-12 could intensify insurers’ restructuring activities moving forward, changing their relationships with their brokers.
Canadian insurance brokers are seeking a legislative change to the Bank Act so they can find out what happened to their complaints about banks.