Brokers’ top five reads in April

Executive appointments, work-related stress and blockchain were among our most-viewed stories

April may have been unseasonably cool in parts of Canada, but the P&C news was red hot.

Stories about executive appointments, work-related stress and blockchain were among our most-viewed.

Here are the top five reads from April:

  1. Wawanesa names new president of Canadian P&C operation

Carol Jardine lists strengthening relationships with brokerages as a top priority.

  1. Insurance professionals more likely to experience stress at work: TD survey

Feeling stressed at work? You’re not alone.

  1. Gore amalgamates owned brokerages under Insurance Store banner

Phil Dynes has been named president of Insurance Store.

  1. Blockchain will change the role of insurance brokers: CIP Society Symposium

Neil Mitchell discusses how brokers will have to adapt.

  1. Marsh Canada appoints new president and CEO

Sarah Robson will succeed Chris Lay, who has been named CEO of Marsh’s U.K. and Ireland region.

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