CNA Canada : Everything you need to know

CNA Canada: Everything you need to know
Offices in Canada: 5
Employees (CNA Hardy): 7,000
Established (CNA Hardy): 1897
Established in Canada: 1918

CNA Canada is the Canadian outpost of CNA Hardy, which is a specialist commercial insurance provider for clients within the Lloyd’s and company markets. CNA Canada offers business solutions that address a wide range of business risks, while focusing on the needs of insureds in industries such as construction, manufacturing, technology, healthcare, professional services, financial institutions, and small business.

CNA Canada in the news
June 2017: CNA Canada announces that its Vancouver operations have moved to a new location
November 2017: CNA Canada announces it has formed a new partnership program with Tree Canada to help ensure a greener, healthier Canada
September 2018: CNA Canada launches a suite of commercial insurance products to meet the “evolving needs of today’s businesses” via its new oneworld+ package solution
November 2018: CNA Canada scores two nominations at Insurance Business Awards for both the DKI Canada Award for P&C Insurer of the Year and Insurance Industry Employer of Choice

Key people as of 2019
Nick Creatura – President and CEO of CNA Canada

As the leader of CNA Canada, Creatura is responsible for executing profitable growth strategies for CNA’s operations in Canada, whether it’s through building scale and relevance by increasing brand awareness in the country or by using the expertise of CNA Canada’s various leaders to meet growth targets. Creatura also works with the international team to further develop CNA’s position in the marketplace. He reports to David Brosnan, chief executive of CNA Hardy.

Creatura has a long track record of personal, team, and business achievements that encompass 25 years of executive and finance experience. Before his role at CNA Canada, he was the executive vice president and chief financial officer of Royal & Sun Alliance in Canada, and has previously held senior roles at Liberty, Chubb, and PwC in both Canada and the US.

Outside of the office, Creatura is a director at the Humber River Hospital Foundation and the St. Thomas of Villanova Foundation.

Culture

In 2018, CNA Canada marked a major milestone when the company celebrated it’s 100th anniversary. As part of the festivities, celebration events were organized in cities across the country as a way to show gratitude to brokers, staff and their communities.

“It’s a great opportunity for us to recognize all of the many contributions of current and former CNA employees over the years as well as the tremendous support that we receive from our brokers, our clients, and our communities,” said Creatura.

In honour of that support, CNA entered into a partnership with Tree Canada, a charitable organization dedicated entirely to forestation and reforestation, whereby CNA is funding the planting of thousands of trees across the country. CNA team members are also volunteering with several other organizations, such as the Canadian Blood Services.

Outside of its anniversary celebrations, CNA Canada has strong support for community giving. Its employees give their time to non-profit organizations throughout the year, and express their commitment through volunteer activities, such as charity walks and other community service projects.

CNA Canada : In the news