Blog Category: Industry News

Conservative politician explains position in the insurance industry

By: Luke Jones|October 2, 2019|8:20 am

Insurance-Policy-18.jpg

As Canada head towards a federal election later this month, insurance is becoming an increasingly important campaign point. Conservative Party leader Andrew Scheer may be able to appeal to voters…

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Why wait and see may be the best insurtech approach

By: Luke Jones|September 30, 2019|4:45 pm

Digital

Technology is undoubtedly the great transformer in the insurance industry. However, while it is tempting to jump on board the first Insurtech innovations that show promise, some in the industry…

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P&C among six committees announced by the FSRA

By: Luke Jones|September 30, 2019|4:29 pm

Dollarphotoclub_48281250-32.jpg

The Financial Services Regulatory Authority (FSRA) has announced the creation of six Stakeholder Advisory Committees (SACs) that will act as consultants to its board of directors. Ontario’s regulatory body for…

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All Canadian insureds should purchase personal liability insurance warns expert

By: Luke Jones|September 30, 2019|12:36 pm

Administrative20Monetary20Penalty-27.jpg

Canadians are often told which insurance coverages are vital. For auto insurance it is mandatory, home insurance is not but strongly advised, and similarly with travel insurance. One of the…

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Zurich pledges to never sell consumer data in an “industry-leading” move

By: Luke Jones|September 27, 2019|6:19 pm

Online-Insurance

Data protection is now a vital component of business strategy. Consumers have become increasingly concerned about how their private information is handled in the digital age. Losing privacy through breaches…

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WSIB decreases average workplace compensation premium for 2020

By: Luke Jones|September 26, 2019|12:24 pm

Online-Insurance

The Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB) has announced a reduction to the workplace compensation average premium. In an announcement, the board says the rate will decrease by an average…

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OSFI’s reinsurance update proposals would require billions in investment

By: Luke Jones|September 25, 2019|7:32 pm

Dollarphotoclub_82175211-24.jpg

Canada’s solvency regulator is seeking to introduce new insurance rules but doing so would require between $21 billion to $30 billion in extra capital to cover risks. That’s according to…

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RSA Canada provides 10 personal days off for workers

By: Luke Jones|September 24, 2019|8:48 pm

Plane-Pixabay

Mental illness has a lot of misconceptions surrounding it, especially in the workplace. Several industries are attempting to remove stigmas around mental illness, including one of Canada’s biggest property and…

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AI works but still has problems in the insurance industry

By: Luke Jones|September 24, 2019|9:02 am

AI-Flickr

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is the future of insurance, and indeed many industries. The ability to automate tasks and expediate the claims process makes AI an attractive technology to insurers. However,…

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Insurers can lead the push for climate change adaptation says IBC head

By: Luke Jones|September 24, 2019|7:17 am

Lake Ontario

Climate change and the effects of natural disasters present a massive challenge for the insurance industry and for Canada, according to the CEO of the Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC)….

Read More

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Conservative politician explains position in the insurance industry

By: Luke Jones|October 2, 2019|8:20 am

Insurance-Policy-18.jpg

As Canada head towards a federal election later this month, insurance is becoming an increasingly important campaign point. Conservative Party leader Andrew Scheer may be able to appeal to voters…

Read More

Categories:

Why wait and see may be the best insurtech approach

By: Luke Jones|September 30, 2019|4:45 pm

Digital

Technology is undoubtedly the great transformer in the insurance industry. However, while it is tempting to jump on board the first Insurtech innovations that show promise, some in the industry…

Read More

Categories:

P&C among six committees announced by the FSRA

By: Luke Jones|September 30, 2019|4:29 pm

Dollarphotoclub_48281250-32.jpg

The Financial Services Regulatory Authority (FSRA) has announced the creation of six Stakeholder Advisory Committees (SACs) that will act as consultants to its board of directors. Ontario’s regulatory body for…

Read More

Categories:

All Canadian insureds should purchase personal liability insurance warns expert

By: Luke Jones|September 30, 2019|12:36 pm

Administrative20Monetary20Penalty-27.jpg

Canadians are often told which insurance coverages are vital. For auto insurance it is mandatory, home insurance is not but strongly advised, and similarly with travel insurance. One of the…

Read More

Categories:

Zurich pledges to never sell consumer data in an “industry-leading” move

By: Luke Jones|September 27, 2019|6:19 pm

Online-Insurance

Data protection is now a vital component of business strategy. Consumers have become increasingly concerned about how their private information is handled in the digital age. Losing privacy through breaches…

Read More

Categories:

WSIB decreases average workplace compensation premium for 2020

By: Luke Jones|September 26, 2019|12:24 pm

Online-Insurance

The Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB) has announced a reduction to the workplace compensation average premium. In an announcement, the board says the rate will decrease by an average…

Read More

Categories:

OSFI’s reinsurance update proposals would require billions in investment

By: Luke Jones|September 25, 2019|7:32 pm

Dollarphotoclub_82175211-24.jpg

Canada’s solvency regulator is seeking to introduce new insurance rules but doing so would require between $21 billion to $30 billion in extra capital to cover risks. That’s according to…

Read More

Categories:

RSA Canada provides 10 personal days off for workers

By: Luke Jones|September 24, 2019|8:48 pm

Plane-Pixabay

Mental illness has a lot of misconceptions surrounding it, especially in the workplace. Several industries are attempting to remove stigmas around mental illness, including one of Canada’s biggest property and…

Read More

Categories:

AI works but still has problems in the insurance industry

By: Luke Jones|September 24, 2019|9:02 am

AI-Flickr

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is the future of insurance, and indeed many industries. The ability to automate tasks and expediate the claims process makes AI an attractive technology to insurers. However,…

Read More

Categories:

Insurers can lead the push for climate change adaptation says IBC head

By: Luke Jones|September 24, 2019|7:17 am

Lake Ontario

Climate change and the effects of natural disasters present a massive challenge for the insurance industry and for Canada, according to the CEO of the Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC)….

Read More

Categories:

Conservative politician explains position in the insurance industry

By: Luke Jones|October 2, 2019|8:20 am

Insurance-Policy-18.jpg

As Canada head towards a federal election later this month, insurance is becoming an increasingly important campaign point. Conservative Party leader Andrew Scheer may be able to appeal to voters…

Read More

Categories:

Why wait and see may be the best insurtech approach

By: Luke Jones|September 30, 2019|4:45 pm

Digital

Technology is undoubtedly the great transformer in the insurance industry. However, while it is tempting to jump on board the first Insurtech innovations that show promise, some in the industry…

Read More

Categories:

P&C among six committees announced by the FSRA

By: Luke Jones|September 30, 2019|4:29 pm

Dollarphotoclub_48281250-32.jpg

The Financial Services Regulatory Authority (FSRA) has announced the creation of six Stakeholder Advisory Committees (SACs) that will act as consultants to its board of directors. Ontario’s regulatory body for…

Read More

Categories:

All Canadian insureds should purchase personal liability insurance warns expert

By: Luke Jones|September 30, 2019|12:36 pm

Administrative20Monetary20Penalty-27.jpg

Canadians are often told which insurance coverages are vital. For auto insurance it is mandatory, home insurance is not but strongly advised, and similarly with travel insurance. One of the…

Read More

Categories:

Zurich pledges to never sell consumer data in an “industry-leading” move

By: Luke Jones|September 27, 2019|6:19 pm

Online-Insurance

Data protection is now a vital component of business strategy. Consumers have become increasingly concerned about how their private information is handled in the digital age. Losing privacy through breaches…

Read More

Categories:

WSIB decreases average workplace compensation premium for 2020

By: Luke Jones|September 26, 2019|12:24 pm

Online-Insurance

The Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB) has announced a reduction to the workplace compensation average premium. In an announcement, the board says the rate will decrease by an average…

Read More

Categories:

OSFI’s reinsurance update proposals would require billions in investment

By: Luke Jones|September 25, 2019|7:32 pm

Dollarphotoclub_82175211-24.jpg

Canada’s solvency regulator is seeking to introduce new insurance rules but doing so would require between $21 billion to $30 billion in extra capital to cover risks. That’s according to…

Read More

Categories:

RSA Canada provides 10 personal days off for workers

By: Luke Jones|September 24, 2019|8:48 pm

Plane-Pixabay

Mental illness has a lot of misconceptions surrounding it, especially in the workplace. Several industries are attempting to remove stigmas around mental illness, including one of Canada’s biggest property and…

Read More

Categories:

AI works but still has problems in the insurance industry

By: Luke Jones|September 24, 2019|9:02 am

AI-Flickr

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is the future of insurance, and indeed many industries. The ability to automate tasks and expediate the claims process makes AI an attractive technology to insurers. However,…

Read More

Categories:

Insurers can lead the push for climate change adaptation says IBC head

By: Luke Jones|September 24, 2019|7:17 am

Lake Ontario

Climate change and the effects of natural disasters present a massive challenge for the insurance industry and for Canada, according to the CEO of the Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC)….

Read More

Categories:

Conservative politician explains position in the insurance industry

By: Luke Jones|October 2, 2019|8:20 am

Insurance-Policy-18.jpg

As Canada head towards a federal election later this month, insurance is becoming an increasingly important campaign point. Conservative Party leader Andrew Scheer may be able to appeal to voters…

Read More

Categories:

Why wait and see may be the best insurtech approach

By: Luke Jones|September 30, 2019|4:45 pm

Digital

Technology is undoubtedly the great transformer in the insurance industry. However, while it is tempting to jump on board the first Insurtech innovations that show promise, some in the industry…

Read More

Categories:

P&C among six committees announced by the FSRA

By: Luke Jones|September 30, 2019|4:29 pm

Dollarphotoclub_48281250-32.jpg

The Financial Services Regulatory Authority (FSRA) has announced the creation of six Stakeholder Advisory Committees (SACs) that will act as consultants to its board of directors. Ontario’s regulatory body for…

Read More

Categories:

All Canadian insureds should purchase personal liability insurance warns expert

By: Luke Jones|September 30, 2019|12:36 pm

Administrative20Monetary20Penalty-27.jpg

Canadians are often told which insurance coverages are vital. For auto insurance it is mandatory, home insurance is not but strongly advised, and similarly with travel insurance. One of the…

Read More

Categories:

Zurich pledges to never sell consumer data in an “industry-leading” move

By: Luke Jones|September 27, 2019|6:19 pm

Online-Insurance

Data protection is now a vital component of business strategy. Consumers have become increasingly concerned about how their private information is handled in the digital age. Losing privacy through breaches…

Read More

Categories:

WSIB decreases average workplace compensation premium for 2020

By: Luke Jones|September 26, 2019|12:24 pm

Online-Insurance

The Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB) has announced a reduction to the workplace compensation average premium. In an announcement, the board says the rate will decrease by an average…

Read More

Categories:

OSFI’s reinsurance update proposals would require billions in investment

By: Luke Jones|September 25, 2019|7:32 pm

Dollarphotoclub_82175211-24.jpg

Canada’s solvency regulator is seeking to introduce new insurance rules but doing so would require between $21 billion to $30 billion in extra capital to cover risks. That’s according to…

Read More

Categories:

RSA Canada provides 10 personal days off for workers

By: Luke Jones|September 24, 2019|8:48 pm

Plane-Pixabay

Mental illness has a lot of misconceptions surrounding it, especially in the workplace. Several industries are attempting to remove stigmas around mental illness, including one of Canada’s biggest property and…

Read More

Categories:

AI works but still has problems in the insurance industry

By: Luke Jones|September 24, 2019|9:02 am

AI-Flickr

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is the future of insurance, and indeed many industries. The ability to automate tasks and expediate the claims process makes AI an attractive technology to insurers. However,…

Read More

Categories:

Insurers can lead the push for climate change adaptation says IBC head

By: Luke Jones|September 24, 2019|7:17 am

Lake Ontario

Climate change and the effects of natural disasters present a massive challenge for the insurance industry and for Canada, according to the CEO of the Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC)….

Read More

Categories:

Conservative politician explains position in the insurance industry

By: Luke Jones|October 2, 2019|8:20 am

Insurance-Policy-18.jpg

As Canada head towards a federal election later this month, insurance is becoming an increasingly important campaign point. Conservative Party leader Andrew Scheer may be able to appeal to voters…

Read More

Categories:

Why wait and see may be the best insurtech approach

By: Luke Jones|September 30, 2019|4:45 pm

Digital

Technology is undoubtedly the great transformer in the insurance industry. However, while it is tempting to jump on board the first Insurtech innovations that show promise, some in the industry…

Read More

Categories:

P&C among six committees announced by the FSRA

By: Luke Jones|September 30, 2019|4:29 pm

Dollarphotoclub_48281250-32.jpg

The Financial Services Regulatory Authority (FSRA) has announced the creation of six Stakeholder Advisory Committees (SACs) that will act as consultants to its board of directors. Ontario’s regulatory body for…

Read More

Categories:

All Canadian insureds should purchase personal liability insurance warns expert

By: Luke Jones|September 30, 2019|12:36 pm

Administrative20Monetary20Penalty-27.jpg

Canadians are often told which insurance coverages are vital. For auto insurance it is mandatory, home insurance is not but strongly advised, and similarly with travel insurance. One of the…

Read More

Categories:

Zurich pledges to never sell consumer data in an “industry-leading” move

By: Luke Jones|September 27, 2019|6:19 pm

Online-Insurance

Data protection is now a vital component of business strategy. Consumers have become increasingly concerned about how their private information is handled in the digital age. Losing privacy through breaches…

Read More

Categories:

WSIB decreases average workplace compensation premium for 2020

By: Luke Jones|September 26, 2019|12:24 pm

Online-Insurance

The Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB) has announced a reduction to the workplace compensation average premium. In an announcement, the board says the rate will decrease by an average…

Read More

Categories:

OSFI’s reinsurance update proposals would require billions in investment

By: Luke Jones|September 25, 2019|7:32 pm

Dollarphotoclub_82175211-24.jpg

Canada’s solvency regulator is seeking to introduce new insurance rules but doing so would require between $21 billion to $30 billion in extra capital to cover risks. That’s according to…

Read More

Categories:

RSA Canada provides 10 personal days off for workers

By: Luke Jones|September 24, 2019|8:48 pm

Plane-Pixabay

Mental illness has a lot of misconceptions surrounding it, especially in the workplace. Several industries are attempting to remove stigmas around mental illness, including one of Canada’s biggest property and…

Read More

Categories:

AI works but still has problems in the insurance industry

By: Luke Jones|September 24, 2019|9:02 am

AI-Flickr

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is the future of insurance, and indeed many industries. The ability to automate tasks and expediate the claims process makes AI an attractive technology to insurers. However,…

Read More

Categories:

Insurers can lead the push for climate change adaptation says IBC head

By: Luke Jones|September 24, 2019|7:17 am

Lake Ontario

Climate change and the effects of natural disasters present a massive challenge for the insurance industry and for Canada, according to the CEO of the Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC)….

Read More

Categories:

Conservative politician explains position in the insurance industry

By: Luke Jones|October 2, 2019|8:20 am

Insurance-Policy-18.jpg

As Canada head towards a federal election later this month, insurance is becoming an increasingly important campaign point. Conservative Party leader Andrew Scheer may be able to appeal to voters…

Read More

Categories:

Why wait and see may be the best insurtech approach

By: Luke Jones|September 30, 2019|4:45 pm

Digital

Technology is undoubtedly the great transformer in the insurance industry. However, while it is tempting to jump on board the first Insurtech innovations that show promise, some in the industry…

Read More

Categories:

P&C among six committees announced by the FSRA

By: Luke Jones|September 30, 2019|4:29 pm

Dollarphotoclub_48281250-32.jpg

The Financial Services Regulatory Authority (FSRA) has announced the creation of six Stakeholder Advisory Committees (SACs) that will act as consultants to its board of directors. Ontario’s regulatory body for…

Read More

Categories:

All Canadian insureds should purchase personal liability insurance warns expert

By: Luke Jones|September 30, 2019|12:36 pm

Administrative20Monetary20Penalty-27.jpg

Canadians are often told which insurance coverages are vital. For auto insurance it is mandatory, home insurance is not but strongly advised, and similarly with travel insurance. One of the…

Read More

Categories:

Zurich pledges to never sell consumer data in an “industry-leading” move

By: Luke Jones|September 27, 2019|6:19 pm

Online-Insurance

Data protection is now a vital component of business strategy. Consumers have become increasingly concerned about how their private information is handled in the digital age. Losing privacy through breaches…

Read More

Categories:

WSIB decreases average workplace compensation premium for 2020

By: Luke Jones|September 26, 2019|12:24 pm

Online-Insurance

The Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB) has announced a reduction to the workplace compensation average premium. In an announcement, the board says the rate will decrease by an average…

Read More

Categories:

OSFI’s reinsurance update proposals would require billions in investment

By: Luke Jones|September 25, 2019|7:32 pm

Dollarphotoclub_82175211-24.jpg

Canada’s solvency regulator is seeking to introduce new insurance rules but doing so would require between $21 billion to $30 billion in extra capital to cover risks. That’s according to…

Read More

Categories:

RSA Canada provides 10 personal days off for workers

By: Luke Jones|September 24, 2019|8:48 pm

Plane-Pixabay

Mental illness has a lot of misconceptions surrounding it, especially in the workplace. Several industries are attempting to remove stigmas around mental illness, including one of Canada’s biggest property and…

Read More

Categories:

AI works but still has problems in the insurance industry

By: Luke Jones|September 24, 2019|9:02 am

AI-Flickr

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is the future of insurance, and indeed many industries. The ability to automate tasks and expediate the claims process makes AI an attractive technology to insurers. However,…

Read More

Categories:

Insurers can lead the push for climate change adaptation says IBC head

By: Luke Jones|September 24, 2019|7:17 am

Lake Ontario

Climate change and the effects of natural disasters present a massive challenge for the insurance industry and for Canada, according to the CEO of the Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC)….

Read More

Categories:

Conservative politician explains position in the insurance industry

By: Luke Jones|October 2, 2019|8:20 am

Insurance-Policy-18.jpg

As Canada head towards a federal election later this month, insurance is becoming an increasingly important campaign point. Conservative Party leader Andrew Scheer may be able to appeal to voters…

Read More

Categories:

Why wait and see may be the best insurtech approach

By: Luke Jones|September 30, 2019|4:45 pm

Digital

Technology is undoubtedly the great transformer in the insurance industry. However, while it is tempting to jump on board the first Insurtech innovations that show promise, some in the industry…

Read More

Categories:

P&C among six committees announced by the FSRA

By: Luke Jones|September 30, 2019|4:29 pm

Dollarphotoclub_48281250-32.jpg

The Financial Services Regulatory Authority (FSRA) has announced the creation of six Stakeholder Advisory Committees (SACs) that will act as consultants to its board of directors. Ontario’s regulatory body for…

Read More

Categories:

All Canadian insureds should purchase personal liability insurance warns expert

By: Luke Jones|September 30, 2019|12:36 pm

Administrative20Monetary20Penalty-27.jpg

Canadians are often told which insurance coverages are vital. For auto insurance it is mandatory, home insurance is not but strongly advised, and similarly with travel insurance. One of the…

Read More

Categories:

Zurich pledges to never sell consumer data in an “industry-leading” move

By: Luke Jones|September 27, 2019|6:19 pm

Online-Insurance

Data protection is now a vital component of business strategy. Consumers have become increasingly concerned about how their private information is handled in the digital age. Losing privacy through breaches…

Read More

Categories:

WSIB decreases average workplace compensation premium for 2020

By: Luke Jones|September 26, 2019|12:24 pm

Online-Insurance

The Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB) has announced a reduction to the workplace compensation average premium. In an announcement, the board says the rate will decrease by an average…

Read More

Categories:

OSFI’s reinsurance update proposals would require billions in investment

By: Luke Jones|September 25, 2019|7:32 pm

Dollarphotoclub_82175211-24.jpg

Canada’s solvency regulator is seeking to introduce new insurance rules but doing so would require between $21 billion to $30 billion in extra capital to cover risks. That’s according to…

Read More

Categories:

RSA Canada provides 10 personal days off for workers

By: Luke Jones|September 24, 2019|8:48 pm

Plane-Pixabay

Mental illness has a lot of misconceptions surrounding it, especially in the workplace. Several industries are attempting to remove stigmas around mental illness, including one of Canada’s biggest property and…

Read More

Categories:

AI works but still has problems in the insurance industry

By: Luke Jones|September 24, 2019|9:02 am

AI-Flickr

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is the future of insurance, and indeed many industries. The ability to automate tasks and expediate the claims process makes AI an attractive technology to insurers. However,…

Read More

Categories:

Insurers can lead the push for climate change adaptation says IBC head

By: Luke Jones|September 24, 2019|7:17 am

Lake Ontario

Climate change and the effects of natural disasters present a massive challenge for the insurance industry and for Canada, according to the CEO of the Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC)….

Read More

Categories:

Conservative politician explains position in the insurance industry

By: Luke Jones|October 2, 2019|8:20 am

Insurance-Policy-18.jpg

As Canada head towards a federal election later this month, insurance is becoming an increasingly important campaign point. Conservative Party leader Andrew Scheer may be able to appeal to voters…

Read More

Categories:

Why wait and see may be the best insurtech approach

By: Luke Jones|September 30, 2019|4:45 pm

Digital

Technology is undoubtedly the great transformer in the insurance industry. However, while it is tempting to jump on board the first Insurtech innovations that show promise, some in the industry…

Read More

Categories:

P&C among six committees announced by the FSRA

By: Luke Jones|September 30, 2019|4:29 pm

Dollarphotoclub_48281250-32.jpg

The Financial Services Regulatory Authority (FSRA) has announced the creation of six Stakeholder Advisory Committees (SACs) that will act as consultants to its board of directors. Ontario’s regulatory body for…

Read More

Categories:

All Canadian insureds should purchase personal liability insurance warns expert

By: Luke Jones|September 30, 2019|12:36 pm

Administrative20Monetary20Penalty-27.jpg

Canadians are often told which insurance coverages are vital. For auto insurance it is mandatory, home insurance is not but strongly advised, and similarly with travel insurance. One of the…

Read More

Categories:

Zurich pledges to never sell consumer data in an “industry-leading” move

By: Luke Jones|September 27, 2019|6:19 pm

Online-Insurance

Data protection is now a vital component of business strategy. Consumers have become increasingly concerned about how their private information is handled in the digital age. Losing privacy through breaches…

Read More

Categories:

WSIB decreases average workplace compensation premium for 2020

By: Luke Jones|September 26, 2019|12:24 pm

Online-Insurance

The Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB) has announced a reduction to the workplace compensation average premium. In an announcement, the board says the rate will decrease by an average…

Read More

Categories:

OSFI’s reinsurance update proposals would require billions in investment

By: Luke Jones|September 25, 2019|7:32 pm

Dollarphotoclub_82175211-24.jpg

Canada’s solvency regulator is seeking to introduce new insurance rules but doing so would require between $21 billion to $30 billion in extra capital to cover risks. That’s according to…

Read More

Categories:

RSA Canada provides 10 personal days off for workers

By: Luke Jones|September 24, 2019|8:48 pm

Plane-Pixabay

Mental illness has a lot of misconceptions surrounding it, especially in the workplace. Several industries are attempting to remove stigmas around mental illness, including one of Canada’s biggest property and…

Read More

Categories:

AI works but still has problems in the insurance industry

By: Luke Jones|September 24, 2019|9:02 am

AI-Flickr

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is the future of insurance, and indeed many industries. The ability to automate tasks and expediate the claims process makes AI an attractive technology to insurers. However,…

Read More

Categories:

Insurers can lead the push for climate change adaptation says IBC head

By: Luke Jones|September 24, 2019|7:17 am

Lake Ontario

Climate change and the effects of natural disasters present a massive challenge for the insurance industry and for Canada, according to the CEO of the Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC)….

Read More

Categories:

Conservative politician explains position in the insurance industry

By: Luke Jones|October 2, 2019|8:20 am

Insurance-Policy-18.jpg

As Canada head towards a federal election later this month, insurance is becoming an increasingly important campaign point. Conservative Party leader Andrew Scheer may be able to appeal to voters…

Read More

Categories:

Why wait and see may be the best insurtech approach

By: Luke Jones|September 30, 2019|4:45 pm

Digital

Technology is undoubtedly the great transformer in the insurance industry. However, while it is tempting to jump on board the first Insurtech innovations that show promise, some in the industry…

Read More

Categories:

P&C among six committees announced by the FSRA

By: Luke Jones|September 30, 2019|4:29 pm

Dollarphotoclub_48281250-32.jpg

The Financial Services Regulatory Authority (FSRA) has announced the creation of six Stakeholder Advisory Committees (SACs) that will act as consultants to its board of directors. Ontario’s regulatory body for…

Read More

Categories:

All Canadian insureds should purchase personal liability insurance warns expert

By: Luke Jones|September 30, 2019|12:36 pm

Administrative20Monetary20Penalty-27.jpg

Canadians are often told which insurance coverages are vital. For auto insurance it is mandatory, home insurance is not but strongly advised, and similarly with travel insurance. One of the…

Read More

Categories:

Zurich pledges to never sell consumer data in an “industry-leading” move

By: Luke Jones|September 27, 2019|6:19 pm

Online-Insurance

Data protection is now a vital component of business strategy. Consumers have become increasingly concerned about how their private information is handled in the digital age. Losing privacy through breaches…

Read More

Categories:

WSIB decreases average workplace compensation premium for 2020

By: Luke Jones|September 26, 2019|12:24 pm

Online-Insurance

The Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB) has announced a reduction to the workplace compensation average premium. In an announcement, the board says the rate will decrease by an average…

Read More

Categories:

OSFI’s reinsurance update proposals would require billions in investment

By: Luke Jones|September 25, 2019|7:32 pm

Dollarphotoclub_82175211-24.jpg

Canada’s solvency regulator is seeking to introduce new insurance rules but doing so would require between $21 billion to $30 billion in extra capital to cover risks. That’s according to…

Read More

Categories:

RSA Canada provides 10 personal days off for workers

By: Luke Jones|September 24, 2019|8:48 pm

Plane-Pixabay

Mental illness has a lot of misconceptions surrounding it, especially in the workplace. Several industries are attempting to remove stigmas around mental illness, including one of Canada’s biggest property and…

Read More

Categories:

AI works but still has problems in the insurance industry

By: Luke Jones|September 24, 2019|9:02 am

AI-Flickr

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is the future of insurance, and indeed many industries. The ability to automate tasks and expediate the claims process makes AI an attractive technology to insurers. However,…

Read More

Categories:

Insurers can lead the push for climate change adaptation says IBC head

By: Luke Jones|September 24, 2019|7:17 am

Lake Ontario

Climate change and the effects of natural disasters present a massive challenge for the insurance industry and for Canada, according to the CEO of the Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC)….

Read More

Categories:

Conservative politician explains position in the insurance industry

By: Luke Jones|October 2, 2019|8:20 am

Insurance-Policy-18.jpg

As Canada head towards a federal election later this month, insurance is becoming an increasingly important campaign point. Conservative Party leader Andrew Scheer may be able to appeal to voters…

Read More

Categories:

Why wait and see may be the best insurtech approach

By: Luke Jones|September 30, 2019|4:45 pm

Digital

Technology is undoubtedly the great transformer in the insurance industry. However, while it is tempting to jump on board the first Insurtech innovations that show promise, some in the industry…

Read More

Categories:

P&C among six committees announced by the FSRA

By: Luke Jones|September 30, 2019|4:29 pm

Dollarphotoclub_48281250-32.jpg

The Financial Services Regulatory Authority (FSRA) has announced the creation of six Stakeholder Advisory Committees (SACs) that will act as consultants to its board of directors. Ontario’s regulatory body for…

Read More

Categories:

All Canadian insureds should purchase personal liability insurance warns expert

By: Luke Jones|September 30, 2019|12:36 pm

Administrative20Monetary20Penalty-27.jpg

Canadians are often told which insurance coverages are vital. For auto insurance it is mandatory, home insurance is not but strongly advised, and similarly with travel insurance. One of the…

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Zurich pledges to never sell consumer data in an “industry-leading” move

By: Luke Jones|September 27, 2019|6:19 pm

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Data protection is now a vital component of business strategy. Consumers have become increasingly concerned about how their private information is handled in the digital age. Losing privacy through breaches…

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WSIB decreases average workplace compensation premium for 2020

By: Luke Jones|September 26, 2019|12:24 pm

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The Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB) has announced a reduction to the workplace compensation average premium. In an announcement, the board says the rate will decrease by an average…

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OSFI’s reinsurance update proposals would require billions in investment

By: Luke Jones|September 25, 2019|7:32 pm

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Canada’s solvency regulator is seeking to introduce new insurance rules but doing so would require between $21 billion to $30 billion in extra capital to cover risks. That’s according to…

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RSA Canada provides 10 personal days off for workers

By: Luke Jones|September 24, 2019|8:48 pm

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Mental illness has a lot of misconceptions surrounding it, especially in the workplace. Several industries are attempting to remove stigmas around mental illness, including one of Canada’s biggest property and…

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AI works but still has problems in the insurance industry

By: Luke Jones|September 24, 2019|9:02 am

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Artificial Intelligence (AI) is the future of insurance, and indeed many industries. The ability to automate tasks and expediate the claims process makes AI an attractive technology to insurers. However,…

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Insurers can lead the push for climate change adaptation says IBC head

By: Luke Jones|September 24, 2019|7:17 am

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Climate change and the effects of natural disasters present a massive challenge for the insurance industry and for Canada, according to the CEO of the Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC)….

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