Blog Category: Industry News

Cat events shape Intact Insurance’s Q4 results

By: Luke Jones|January 10, 2020|8:46 am

Lake Ontario

Intact Financial Corp. says catastrophic events were a major part of its fourth quarter 2019 ahead of the release of its financial results. According to the company, catastrophe claims stood…

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Cancelled OHIP points to higher travel insurance premiums

By: Luke Jones|January 3, 2020|9:59 am

Plane-Pixabay

Heading into 2020, Ontarians heading out of country will likely pay over the odds for their travel insurance. Out-of-country coverage in the province is ending and premiums are expected to…

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MPI names 2019’s most fraudulent insurance claims

By: Luke Jones|January 2, 2020|7:24 am

Fraud-9.jpg

Manitoba Public Insurance (MPI) has published its annual list of the most fraudulent insurance cases it has been involved in. For the 2019 Top 5 fraudulent insurance claims, MPI has…

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Manitoba brokerage confirms ransomware attack

By: Luke Jones|December 31, 2019|5:15 pm

Digital

An insurance brokerage in Manitoba has become a victim of a significant ransomware cyberattack. Home and auto insurance provider, Andrew Agencies, has 18 branches across the prairie provinces. According to…

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Aviva Canada lists strangest claims of the year

By: Luke Jones|December 31, 2019|3:20 pm

Aviva_logo_portrait-42.jpg

Aviva Canada has published its annual list of the quirkiest claims it made during the year. 2019 has been another typically busy year for Canada’s second largest property and casualty…

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How is Canada’s insurance industry handling diversity?

By: Luke Jones|December 30, 2019|1:17 pm

Dollarphotoclub_48281250-32.jpg

It seems the insurance industry in Canada is doing most a good job when it comes to diversity. At the recent KPMG Canada insurance conference, speakers discussed how the situation…

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Are brokers missing out by not texting clients? Consumer survey suggests yes

By: Luke Jones|December 30, 2019|12:51 pm

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Consumers in Canada was to be able to reach businesses through text message, according to a new survey. Indeed, around seven in 10 customers say they want text contact with…

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Sonnet Announced Group Insurance for Companies

By: Luke Jones|December 27, 2019|4:03 pm

Direct online insurance provider Sonnet has announced a new group insurance solutions for a combined home and auto insurance product. “As Sonnet considered various approaches to scaling a profitable insurance…

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Canada’s P&C industry sees small profit growth in 2019

By: Luke Jones|December 19, 2019|5:08 pm

Dollarphotoclub_87924730-24.jpg

As the year draws to a close, how have Canada’s property and casualty insurance companies performed financially? According to an executive from the Property and Casualty Insurance Compensation Corporation (PACICC),…

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Brokers left confused by emerging cyber insurance legalities

By: Luke Jones|December 12, 2019|3:32 pm

Online-Insurance

As the cyber insurance market continues to grow, it’s not the insurance side if the equation occupying brokers. Instead, the insurance industry is more focused on understanding the legalities of…

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Cat events shape Intact Insurance’s Q4 results

By: Luke Jones|January 10, 2020|8:46 am

Lake Ontario

Intact Financial Corp. says catastrophic events were a major part of its fourth quarter 2019 ahead of the release of its financial results. According to the company, catastrophe claims stood…

Read More

Categories:

Cancelled OHIP points to higher travel insurance premiums

By: Luke Jones|January 3, 2020|9:59 am

Plane-Pixabay

Heading into 2020, Ontarians heading out of country will likely pay over the odds for their travel insurance. Out-of-country coverage in the province is ending and premiums are expected to…

Read More

Categories:

MPI names 2019’s most fraudulent insurance claims

By: Luke Jones|January 2, 2020|7:24 am

Fraud-9.jpg

Manitoba Public Insurance (MPI) has published its annual list of the most fraudulent insurance cases it has been involved in. For the 2019 Top 5 fraudulent insurance claims, MPI has…

Read More

Categories:

Manitoba brokerage confirms ransomware attack

By: Luke Jones|December 31, 2019|5:15 pm

Digital

An insurance brokerage in Manitoba has become a victim of a significant ransomware cyberattack. Home and auto insurance provider, Andrew Agencies, has 18 branches across the prairie provinces. According to…

Read More

Categories:

Aviva Canada lists strangest claims of the year

By: Luke Jones|December 31, 2019|3:20 pm

Aviva_logo_portrait-42.jpg

Aviva Canada has published its annual list of the quirkiest claims it made during the year. 2019 has been another typically busy year for Canada’s second largest property and casualty…

Read More

Categories:

How is Canada’s insurance industry handling diversity?

By: Luke Jones|December 30, 2019|1:17 pm

Dollarphotoclub_48281250-32.jpg

It seems the insurance industry in Canada is doing most a good job when it comes to diversity. At the recent KPMG Canada insurance conference, speakers discussed how the situation…

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Are brokers missing out by not texting clients? Consumer survey suggests yes

By: Luke Jones|December 30, 2019|12:51 pm

PC-1.jpg

Consumers in Canada was to be able to reach businesses through text message, according to a new survey. Indeed, around seven in 10 customers say they want text contact with…

Read More

Categories:

Sonnet Announced Group Insurance for Companies

By: Luke Jones|December 27, 2019|4:03 pm

Direct online insurance provider Sonnet has announced a new group insurance solutions for a combined home and auto insurance product. “As Sonnet considered various approaches to scaling a profitable insurance…

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Canada’s P&C industry sees small profit growth in 2019

By: Luke Jones|December 19, 2019|5:08 pm

Dollarphotoclub_87924730-24.jpg

As the year draws to a close, how have Canada’s property and casualty insurance companies performed financially? According to an executive from the Property and Casualty Insurance Compensation Corporation (PACICC),…

Read More

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Brokers left confused by emerging cyber insurance legalities

By: Luke Jones|December 12, 2019|3:32 pm

Online-Insurance

As the cyber insurance market continues to grow, it’s not the insurance side if the equation occupying brokers. Instead, the insurance industry is more focused on understanding the legalities of…

Read More

Categories:

Cat events shape Intact Insurance’s Q4 results

By: Luke Jones|January 10, 2020|8:46 am

Lake Ontario

Intact Financial Corp. says catastrophic events were a major part of its fourth quarter 2019 ahead of the release of its financial results. According to the company, catastrophe claims stood…

Read More

Categories:

Cancelled OHIP points to higher travel insurance premiums

By: Luke Jones|January 3, 2020|9:59 am

Plane-Pixabay

Heading into 2020, Ontarians heading out of country will likely pay over the odds for their travel insurance. Out-of-country coverage in the province is ending and premiums are expected to…

Read More

Categories:

MPI names 2019’s most fraudulent insurance claims

By: Luke Jones|January 2, 2020|7:24 am

Fraud-9.jpg

Manitoba Public Insurance (MPI) has published its annual list of the most fraudulent insurance cases it has been involved in. For the 2019 Top 5 fraudulent insurance claims, MPI has…

Read More

Categories:

Manitoba brokerage confirms ransomware attack

By: Luke Jones|December 31, 2019|5:15 pm

Digital

An insurance brokerage in Manitoba has become a victim of a significant ransomware cyberattack. Home and auto insurance provider, Andrew Agencies, has 18 branches across the prairie provinces. According to…

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Categories:

Aviva Canada lists strangest claims of the year

By: Luke Jones|December 31, 2019|3:20 pm

Aviva_logo_portrait-42.jpg

Aviva Canada has published its annual list of the quirkiest claims it made during the year. 2019 has been another typically busy year for Canada’s second largest property and casualty…

Read More

Categories:

How is Canada’s insurance industry handling diversity?

By: Luke Jones|December 30, 2019|1:17 pm

Dollarphotoclub_48281250-32.jpg

It seems the insurance industry in Canada is doing most a good job when it comes to diversity. At the recent KPMG Canada insurance conference, speakers discussed how the situation…

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Are brokers missing out by not texting clients? Consumer survey suggests yes

By: Luke Jones|December 30, 2019|12:51 pm

PC-1.jpg

Consumers in Canada was to be able to reach businesses through text message, according to a new survey. Indeed, around seven in 10 customers say they want text contact with…

Read More

Categories:

Sonnet Announced Group Insurance for Companies

By: Luke Jones|December 27, 2019|4:03 pm

Direct online insurance provider Sonnet has announced a new group insurance solutions for a combined home and auto insurance product. “As Sonnet considered various approaches to scaling a profitable insurance…

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Categories:

Canada’s P&C industry sees small profit growth in 2019

By: Luke Jones|December 19, 2019|5:08 pm

Dollarphotoclub_87924730-24.jpg

As the year draws to a close, how have Canada’s property and casualty insurance companies performed financially? According to an executive from the Property and Casualty Insurance Compensation Corporation (PACICC),…

Read More

Categories:

Brokers left confused by emerging cyber insurance legalities

By: Luke Jones|December 12, 2019|3:32 pm

Online-Insurance

As the cyber insurance market continues to grow, it’s not the insurance side if the equation occupying brokers. Instead, the insurance industry is more focused on understanding the legalities of…

Read More

Categories:

Cat events shape Intact Insurance’s Q4 results

By: Luke Jones|January 10, 2020|8:46 am

Lake Ontario

Intact Financial Corp. says catastrophic events were a major part of its fourth quarter 2019 ahead of the release of its financial results. According to the company, catastrophe claims stood…

Read More

Categories:

Cancelled OHIP points to higher travel insurance premiums

By: Luke Jones|January 3, 2020|9:59 am

Plane-Pixabay

Heading into 2020, Ontarians heading out of country will likely pay over the odds for their travel insurance. Out-of-country coverage in the province is ending and premiums are expected to…

Read More

Categories:

MPI names 2019’s most fraudulent insurance claims

By: Luke Jones|January 2, 2020|7:24 am

Fraud-9.jpg

Manitoba Public Insurance (MPI) has published its annual list of the most fraudulent insurance cases it has been involved in. For the 2019 Top 5 fraudulent insurance claims, MPI has…

Read More

Categories:

Manitoba brokerage confirms ransomware attack

By: Luke Jones|December 31, 2019|5:15 pm

Digital

An insurance brokerage in Manitoba has become a victim of a significant ransomware cyberattack. Home and auto insurance provider, Andrew Agencies, has 18 branches across the prairie provinces. According to…

Read More

Categories:

Aviva Canada lists strangest claims of the year

By: Luke Jones|December 31, 2019|3:20 pm

Aviva_logo_portrait-42.jpg

Aviva Canada has published its annual list of the quirkiest claims it made during the year. 2019 has been another typically busy year for Canada’s second largest property and casualty…

Read More

Categories:

How is Canada’s insurance industry handling diversity?

By: Luke Jones|December 30, 2019|1:17 pm

Dollarphotoclub_48281250-32.jpg

It seems the insurance industry in Canada is doing most a good job when it comes to diversity. At the recent KPMG Canada insurance conference, speakers discussed how the situation…

Read More

Categories:

Are brokers missing out by not texting clients? Consumer survey suggests yes

By: Luke Jones|December 30, 2019|12:51 pm

PC-1.jpg

Consumers in Canada was to be able to reach businesses through text message, according to a new survey. Indeed, around seven in 10 customers say they want text contact with…

Read More

Categories:

Sonnet Announced Group Insurance for Companies

By: Luke Jones|December 27, 2019|4:03 pm

Direct online insurance provider Sonnet has announced a new group insurance solutions for a combined home and auto insurance product. “As Sonnet considered various approaches to scaling a profitable insurance…

Read More

Categories:

Canada’s P&C industry sees small profit growth in 2019

By: Luke Jones|December 19, 2019|5:08 pm

Dollarphotoclub_87924730-24.jpg

As the year draws to a close, how have Canada’s property and casualty insurance companies performed financially? According to an executive from the Property and Casualty Insurance Compensation Corporation (PACICC),…

Read More

Categories:

Brokers left confused by emerging cyber insurance legalities

By: Luke Jones|December 12, 2019|3:32 pm

Online-Insurance

As the cyber insurance market continues to grow, it’s not the insurance side if the equation occupying brokers. Instead, the insurance industry is more focused on understanding the legalities of…

Read More

Categories:

Cat events shape Intact Insurance’s Q4 results

By: Luke Jones|January 10, 2020|8:46 am

Lake Ontario

Intact Financial Corp. says catastrophic events were a major part of its fourth quarter 2019 ahead of the release of its financial results. According to the company, catastrophe claims stood…

Read More

Categories:

Cancelled OHIP points to higher travel insurance premiums

By: Luke Jones|January 3, 2020|9:59 am

Plane-Pixabay

Heading into 2020, Ontarians heading out of country will likely pay over the odds for their travel insurance. Out-of-country coverage in the province is ending and premiums are expected to…

Read More

Categories:

MPI names 2019’s most fraudulent insurance claims

By: Luke Jones|January 2, 2020|7:24 am

Fraud-9.jpg

Manitoba Public Insurance (MPI) has published its annual list of the most fraudulent insurance cases it has been involved in. For the 2019 Top 5 fraudulent insurance claims, MPI has…

Read More

Categories:

Manitoba brokerage confirms ransomware attack

By: Luke Jones|December 31, 2019|5:15 pm

Digital

An insurance brokerage in Manitoba has become a victim of a significant ransomware cyberattack. Home and auto insurance provider, Andrew Agencies, has 18 branches across the prairie provinces. According to…

Read More

Categories:

Aviva Canada lists strangest claims of the year

By: Luke Jones|December 31, 2019|3:20 pm

Aviva_logo_portrait-42.jpg

Aviva Canada has published its annual list of the quirkiest claims it made during the year. 2019 has been another typically busy year for Canada’s second largest property and casualty…

Read More

Categories:

How is Canada’s insurance industry handling diversity?

By: Luke Jones|December 30, 2019|1:17 pm

Dollarphotoclub_48281250-32.jpg

It seems the insurance industry in Canada is doing most a good job when it comes to diversity. At the recent KPMG Canada insurance conference, speakers discussed how the situation…

Read More

Categories:

Are brokers missing out by not texting clients? Consumer survey suggests yes

By: Luke Jones|December 30, 2019|12:51 pm

PC-1.jpg

Consumers in Canada was to be able to reach businesses through text message, according to a new survey. Indeed, around seven in 10 customers say they want text contact with…

Read More

Categories:

Sonnet Announced Group Insurance for Companies

By: Luke Jones|December 27, 2019|4:03 pm

Direct online insurance provider Sonnet has announced a new group insurance solutions for a combined home and auto insurance product. “As Sonnet considered various approaches to scaling a profitable insurance…

Read More

Categories:

Canada’s P&C industry sees small profit growth in 2019

By: Luke Jones|December 19, 2019|5:08 pm

Dollarphotoclub_87924730-24.jpg

As the year draws to a close, how have Canada’s property and casualty insurance companies performed financially? According to an executive from the Property and Casualty Insurance Compensation Corporation (PACICC),…

Read More

Categories:

Brokers left confused by emerging cyber insurance legalities

By: Luke Jones|December 12, 2019|3:32 pm

Online-Insurance

As the cyber insurance market continues to grow, it’s not the insurance side if the equation occupying brokers. Instead, the insurance industry is more focused on understanding the legalities of…

Read More

Categories:

Cat events shape Intact Insurance’s Q4 results

By: Luke Jones|January 10, 2020|8:46 am

Lake Ontario

Intact Financial Corp. says catastrophic events were a major part of its fourth quarter 2019 ahead of the release of its financial results. According to the company, catastrophe claims stood…

Read More

Categories:

Cancelled OHIP points to higher travel insurance premiums

By: Luke Jones|January 3, 2020|9:59 am

Plane-Pixabay

Heading into 2020, Ontarians heading out of country will likely pay over the odds for their travel insurance. Out-of-country coverage in the province is ending and premiums are expected to…

Read More

Categories:

MPI names 2019’s most fraudulent insurance claims

By: Luke Jones|January 2, 2020|7:24 am

Fraud-9.jpg

Manitoba Public Insurance (MPI) has published its annual list of the most fraudulent insurance cases it has been involved in. For the 2019 Top 5 fraudulent insurance claims, MPI has…

Read More

Categories:

Manitoba brokerage confirms ransomware attack

By: Luke Jones|December 31, 2019|5:15 pm

Digital

An insurance brokerage in Manitoba has become a victim of a significant ransomware cyberattack. Home and auto insurance provider, Andrew Agencies, has 18 branches across the prairie provinces. According to…

Read More

Categories:

Aviva Canada lists strangest claims of the year

By: Luke Jones|December 31, 2019|3:20 pm

Aviva_logo_portrait-42.jpg

Aviva Canada has published its annual list of the quirkiest claims it made during the year. 2019 has been another typically busy year for Canada’s second largest property and casualty…

Read More

Categories:

How is Canada’s insurance industry handling diversity?

By: Luke Jones|December 30, 2019|1:17 pm

Dollarphotoclub_48281250-32.jpg

It seems the insurance industry in Canada is doing most a good job when it comes to diversity. At the recent KPMG Canada insurance conference, speakers discussed how the situation…

Read More

Categories:

Are brokers missing out by not texting clients? Consumer survey suggests yes

By: Luke Jones|December 30, 2019|12:51 pm

PC-1.jpg

Consumers in Canada was to be able to reach businesses through text message, according to a new survey. Indeed, around seven in 10 customers say they want text contact with…

Read More

Categories:

Sonnet Announced Group Insurance for Companies

By: Luke Jones|December 27, 2019|4:03 pm

Direct online insurance provider Sonnet has announced a new group insurance solutions for a combined home and auto insurance product. “As Sonnet considered various approaches to scaling a profitable insurance…

Read More

Categories:

Canada’s P&C industry sees small profit growth in 2019

By: Luke Jones|December 19, 2019|5:08 pm

Dollarphotoclub_87924730-24.jpg

As the year draws to a close, how have Canada’s property and casualty insurance companies performed financially? According to an executive from the Property and Casualty Insurance Compensation Corporation (PACICC),…

Read More

Categories:

Brokers left confused by emerging cyber insurance legalities

By: Luke Jones|December 12, 2019|3:32 pm

Online-Insurance

As the cyber insurance market continues to grow, it’s not the insurance side if the equation occupying brokers. Instead, the insurance industry is more focused on understanding the legalities of…

Read More

Categories:

Cat events shape Intact Insurance’s Q4 results

By: Luke Jones|January 10, 2020|8:46 am

Lake Ontario

Intact Financial Corp. says catastrophic events were a major part of its fourth quarter 2019 ahead of the release of its financial results. According to the company, catastrophe claims stood…

Read More

Categories:

Cancelled OHIP points to higher travel insurance premiums

By: Luke Jones|January 3, 2020|9:59 am

Plane-Pixabay

Heading into 2020, Ontarians heading out of country will likely pay over the odds for their travel insurance. Out-of-country coverage in the province is ending and premiums are expected to…

Read More

Categories:

MPI names 2019’s most fraudulent insurance claims

By: Luke Jones|January 2, 2020|7:24 am

Fraud-9.jpg

Manitoba Public Insurance (MPI) has published its annual list of the most fraudulent insurance cases it has been involved in. For the 2019 Top 5 fraudulent insurance claims, MPI has…

Read More

Categories:

Manitoba brokerage confirms ransomware attack

By: Luke Jones|December 31, 2019|5:15 pm

Digital

An insurance brokerage in Manitoba has become a victim of a significant ransomware cyberattack. Home and auto insurance provider, Andrew Agencies, has 18 branches across the prairie provinces. According to…

Read More

Categories:

Aviva Canada lists strangest claims of the year

By: Luke Jones|December 31, 2019|3:20 pm

Aviva_logo_portrait-42.jpg

Aviva Canada has published its annual list of the quirkiest claims it made during the year. 2019 has been another typically busy year for Canada’s second largest property and casualty…

Read More

Categories:

How is Canada’s insurance industry handling diversity?

By: Luke Jones|December 30, 2019|1:17 pm

Dollarphotoclub_48281250-32.jpg

It seems the insurance industry in Canada is doing most a good job when it comes to diversity. At the recent KPMG Canada insurance conference, speakers discussed how the situation…

Read More

Categories:

Are brokers missing out by not texting clients? Consumer survey suggests yes

By: Luke Jones|December 30, 2019|12:51 pm

PC-1.jpg

Consumers in Canada was to be able to reach businesses through text message, according to a new survey. Indeed, around seven in 10 customers say they want text contact with…

Read More

Categories:

Sonnet Announced Group Insurance for Companies

By: Luke Jones|December 27, 2019|4:03 pm

Direct online insurance provider Sonnet has announced a new group insurance solutions for a combined home and auto insurance product. “As Sonnet considered various approaches to scaling a profitable insurance…

Read More

Categories:

Canada’s P&C industry sees small profit growth in 2019

By: Luke Jones|December 19, 2019|5:08 pm

Dollarphotoclub_87924730-24.jpg

As the year draws to a close, how have Canada’s property and casualty insurance companies performed financially? According to an executive from the Property and Casualty Insurance Compensation Corporation (PACICC),…

Read More

Categories:

Brokers left confused by emerging cyber insurance legalities

By: Luke Jones|December 12, 2019|3:32 pm

Online-Insurance

As the cyber insurance market continues to grow, it’s not the insurance side if the equation occupying brokers. Instead, the insurance industry is more focused on understanding the legalities of…

Read More

Categories:

Cat events shape Intact Insurance’s Q4 results

By: Luke Jones|January 10, 2020|8:46 am

Lake Ontario

Intact Financial Corp. says catastrophic events were a major part of its fourth quarter 2019 ahead of the release of its financial results. According to the company, catastrophe claims stood…

Read More

Categories:

Cancelled OHIP points to higher travel insurance premiums

By: Luke Jones|January 3, 2020|9:59 am

Plane-Pixabay

Heading into 2020, Ontarians heading out of country will likely pay over the odds for their travel insurance. Out-of-country coverage in the province is ending and premiums are expected to…

Read More

Categories:

MPI names 2019’s most fraudulent insurance claims

By: Luke Jones|January 2, 2020|7:24 am

Fraud-9.jpg

Manitoba Public Insurance (MPI) has published its annual list of the most fraudulent insurance cases it has been involved in. For the 2019 Top 5 fraudulent insurance claims, MPI has…

Read More

Categories:

Manitoba brokerage confirms ransomware attack

By: Luke Jones|December 31, 2019|5:15 pm

Digital

An insurance brokerage in Manitoba has become a victim of a significant ransomware cyberattack. Home and auto insurance provider, Andrew Agencies, has 18 branches across the prairie provinces. According to…

Read More

Categories:

Aviva Canada lists strangest claims of the year

By: Luke Jones|December 31, 2019|3:20 pm

Aviva_logo_portrait-42.jpg

Aviva Canada has published its annual list of the quirkiest claims it made during the year. 2019 has been another typically busy year for Canada’s second largest property and casualty…

Read More

Categories:

How is Canada’s insurance industry handling diversity?

By: Luke Jones|December 30, 2019|1:17 pm

Dollarphotoclub_48281250-32.jpg

It seems the insurance industry in Canada is doing most a good job when it comes to diversity. At the recent KPMG Canada insurance conference, speakers discussed how the situation…

Read More

Categories:

Are brokers missing out by not texting clients? Consumer survey suggests yes

By: Luke Jones|December 30, 2019|12:51 pm

PC-1.jpg

Consumers in Canada was to be able to reach businesses through text message, according to a new survey. Indeed, around seven in 10 customers say they want text contact with…

Read More

Categories:

Sonnet Announced Group Insurance for Companies

By: Luke Jones|December 27, 2019|4:03 pm

Direct online insurance provider Sonnet has announced a new group insurance solutions for a combined home and auto insurance product. “As Sonnet considered various approaches to scaling a profitable insurance…

Read More

Categories:

Canada’s P&C industry sees small profit growth in 2019

By: Luke Jones|December 19, 2019|5:08 pm

Dollarphotoclub_87924730-24.jpg

As the year draws to a close, how have Canada’s property and casualty insurance companies performed financially? According to an executive from the Property and Casualty Insurance Compensation Corporation (PACICC),…

Read More

Categories:

Brokers left confused by emerging cyber insurance legalities

By: Luke Jones|December 12, 2019|3:32 pm

Online-Insurance

As the cyber insurance market continues to grow, it’s not the insurance side if the equation occupying brokers. Instead, the insurance industry is more focused on understanding the legalities of…

Read More

Categories:

Cat events shape Intact Insurance’s Q4 results

By: Luke Jones|January 10, 2020|8:46 am

Lake Ontario

Intact Financial Corp. says catastrophic events were a major part of its fourth quarter 2019 ahead of the release of its financial results. According to the company, catastrophe claims stood…

Read More

Categories:

Cancelled OHIP points to higher travel insurance premiums

By: Luke Jones|January 3, 2020|9:59 am

Plane-Pixabay

Heading into 2020, Ontarians heading out of country will likely pay over the odds for their travel insurance. Out-of-country coverage in the province is ending and premiums are expected to…

Read More

Categories:

MPI names 2019’s most fraudulent insurance claims

By: Luke Jones|January 2, 2020|7:24 am

Fraud-9.jpg

Manitoba Public Insurance (MPI) has published its annual list of the most fraudulent insurance cases it has been involved in. For the 2019 Top 5 fraudulent insurance claims, MPI has…

Read More

Categories:

Manitoba brokerage confirms ransomware attack

By: Luke Jones|December 31, 2019|5:15 pm

Digital

An insurance brokerage in Manitoba has become a victim of a significant ransomware cyberattack. Home and auto insurance provider, Andrew Agencies, has 18 branches across the prairie provinces. According to…

Read More

Categories:

Aviva Canada lists strangest claims of the year

By: Luke Jones|December 31, 2019|3:20 pm

Aviva_logo_portrait-42.jpg

Aviva Canada has published its annual list of the quirkiest claims it made during the year. 2019 has been another typically busy year for Canada’s second largest property and casualty…

Read More

Categories:

How is Canada’s insurance industry handling diversity?

By: Luke Jones|December 30, 2019|1:17 pm

Dollarphotoclub_48281250-32.jpg

It seems the insurance industry in Canada is doing most a good job when it comes to diversity. At the recent KPMG Canada insurance conference, speakers discussed how the situation…

Read More

Categories:

Are brokers missing out by not texting clients? Consumer survey suggests yes

By: Luke Jones|December 30, 2019|12:51 pm

PC-1.jpg

Consumers in Canada was to be able to reach businesses through text message, according to a new survey. Indeed, around seven in 10 customers say they want text contact with…

Read More

Categories:

Sonnet Announced Group Insurance for Companies

By: Luke Jones|December 27, 2019|4:03 pm

Direct online insurance provider Sonnet has announced a new group insurance solutions for a combined home and auto insurance product. “As Sonnet considered various approaches to scaling a profitable insurance…

Read More

Categories:

Canada’s P&C industry sees small profit growth in 2019

By: Luke Jones|December 19, 2019|5:08 pm

Dollarphotoclub_87924730-24.jpg

As the year draws to a close, how have Canada’s property and casualty insurance companies performed financially? According to an executive from the Property and Casualty Insurance Compensation Corporation (PACICC),…

Read More

Categories:

Brokers left confused by emerging cyber insurance legalities

By: Luke Jones|December 12, 2019|3:32 pm

Online-Insurance

As the cyber insurance market continues to grow, it’s not the insurance side if the equation occupying brokers. Instead, the insurance industry is more focused on understanding the legalities of…

Read More

Categories:

Cat events shape Intact Insurance’s Q4 results

By: Luke Jones|January 10, 2020|8:46 am

Lake Ontario

Intact Financial Corp. says catastrophic events were a major part of its fourth quarter 2019 ahead of the release of its financial results. According to the company, catastrophe claims stood…

Read More

Categories:

Cancelled OHIP points to higher travel insurance premiums

By: Luke Jones|January 3, 2020|9:59 am

Plane-Pixabay

Heading into 2020, Ontarians heading out of country will likely pay over the odds for their travel insurance. Out-of-country coverage in the province is ending and premiums are expected to…

Read More

Categories:

MPI names 2019’s most fraudulent insurance claims

By: Luke Jones|January 2, 2020|7:24 am

Fraud-9.jpg

Manitoba Public Insurance (MPI) has published its annual list of the most fraudulent insurance cases it has been involved in. For the 2019 Top 5 fraudulent insurance claims, MPI has…

Read More

Categories:

Manitoba brokerage confirms ransomware attack

By: Luke Jones|December 31, 2019|5:15 pm

Digital

An insurance brokerage in Manitoba has become a victim of a significant ransomware cyberattack. Home and auto insurance provider, Andrew Agencies, has 18 branches across the prairie provinces. According to…

Read More

Categories:

Aviva Canada lists strangest claims of the year

By: Luke Jones|December 31, 2019|3:20 pm

Aviva_logo_portrait-42.jpg

Aviva Canada has published its annual list of the quirkiest claims it made during the year. 2019 has been another typically busy year for Canada’s second largest property and casualty…

Read More

Categories:

How is Canada’s insurance industry handling diversity?

By: Luke Jones|December 30, 2019|1:17 pm

Dollarphotoclub_48281250-32.jpg

It seems the insurance industry in Canada is doing most a good job when it comes to diversity. At the recent KPMG Canada insurance conference, speakers discussed how the situation…

Read More

Categories:

Are brokers missing out by not texting clients? Consumer survey suggests yes

By: Luke Jones|December 30, 2019|12:51 pm

PC-1.jpg

Consumers in Canada was to be able to reach businesses through text message, according to a new survey. Indeed, around seven in 10 customers say they want text contact with…

Read More

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Sonnet Announced Group Insurance for Companies

By: Luke Jones|December 27, 2019|4:03 pm

Direct online insurance provider Sonnet has announced a new group insurance solutions for a combined home and auto insurance product. “As Sonnet considered various approaches to scaling a profitable insurance…

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Canada’s P&C industry sees small profit growth in 2019

By: Luke Jones|December 19, 2019|5:08 pm

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As the year draws to a close, how have Canada’s property and casualty insurance companies performed financially? According to an executive from the Property and Casualty Insurance Compensation Corporation (PACICC),…

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Brokers left confused by emerging cyber insurance legalities

By: Luke Jones|December 12, 2019|3:32 pm

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As the cyber insurance market continues to grow, it’s not the insurance side if the equation occupying brokers. Instead, the insurance industry is more focused on understanding the legalities of…

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