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At risk? Five ways businesses have been hacked

At risk? Five ways businesses have been hacked

SME owners describe how bad apps, malware and untrustworthy employees led to breaches

Insurtech explained

Insurtech explained

What is Insurtech?
Historically, insurance has frustrated consumers, with 62% of Canadians viewing a visit to the dentist as preferable to thinking about their coverage. Some …

Helping new Canadians navigate the world of insurance

Helping new Canadians navigate the world of insurance

Brokers play a key role in educating recent immigrants on their insurance needs

The change manager

The change manager

If you regularly read this page, you will have already noticed that I am not Gloria Cilliers. If you have attended our annual Top Broker …

IFRS 17: What will change?

IFRS 17: What will change?

Brokers place a client’s risk with a particular insurer based on a number of factors—one of which is the company’s financial performance. International Financial Reporting …

Cross-Canada collaboration

Cross-Canada collaboration

One year into his appointment as CEO of Marsh Canada, Chris Lay’s priorities include continuing to grow the middle-market business, and growing his people through flex opportunities across the Marsh family of companies

Has telematics stalled?

Has telematics stalled?

A few years ago, many predicted that usage-based insurance would transform personal auto insurance in Canada. It hasn’t worked out that way.

The IT department

The IT department

Constant process change and investment in new systems and IT infrastructure have become the norm for today’s successful insurance companies—to serve customers more effectively and to combat cyberthreats. But for the much smaller operations of a typical brokerage trying to keep pace, these changes and investments pose much bigger challenges.

Cyber risk and the M&A boom

Cyber risk and the M&A boom

When one company buys another, it also buys its network— and problems.

Make sure clients’ belongings are protected during a move

Make sure clients’ belongings are protected during a move

Don’t make assumptions about extensions of home insurance coverage, says underwriting manager

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