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Majority InsurTechs not aimed at disrupting, rather enabling insurance industry: InsurTechQC

Majority InsurTechs not aimed at disrupting, rather enabling insurance industry: InsurTechQC

The majority of InsurTech companies are not aimed at disrupting the insurance industry, but are rather enabling insurance companies to add value and improve their …

Canada’s P&C players keen on M&A, but not enough companies for sale: KPMG

Canada’s P&C players keen on M&A, but not enough companies for sale: KPMG

While the majority of players in the P&C insurance sector in Canada are hoping to make substantial mergers and acquisitions, there is a lack of …

Light at the Centre of Newton’s Cradle

Light at the Centre of Newton’s Cradle

While Canadian CEOs are optimistic about their companies’ growth in the next year, their outlook on global economic growth remains bleak. Only one in three …

Top 5 broker tips, directly from directs

Top 5 broker tips, directly from directs

With concerns over the direct-writing market recently approaching boiling point in Ontario, we look at the top five things brokers can learn from directs to drive their own business forward…

Growth in the grey zone

Growth in the grey zone

Can insurers find opportunities in an economic holding pattern?

The big shift in retail risk

The big shift in retail risk

Evolving retail risk is changing insurance needs for traditional brick-and-mortar and rising e-commerce distribution channels. That means new opportunities for brokers…

Broker corner: Going national

Jamie Reid, president and CEO of A.P. Reid, was part of our “Top 10 Under 40” in 2014, and just celebrated his 24th anniversary in …

The big six

The big six

Technology. A talent crunch. Changing customer expectations. Three of the “Big Six” factors that will shape P&C in 2017. How will the industry adapt?

Insurance industry should invest more in new sales model: Top Broker Summit speaker

Insurance industry should invest more in new sales model: Top Broker Summit speaker

Millennials have changed the traditional sales model that insurers rely on.

Lack of customer contact could cost insurers 12% in business loss: Top Broker Summit

Lack of customer contact could cost insurers 12% in business loss: Top Broker Summit

Industry plagued by poor customer satisfaction/issue resolution.

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