Blog Category: Industry Trends

Brokerage that miss data may fall off the insurance map warns expert

By: Luke Jones|December 30, 2019|4:31 pm

Digital

Many Canadian brokerages are missing out by avoiding data, according to one expert. By not embracing data, brokerages risk being left out of the loop and could be put out…

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How AI solution can save the collapsing claims industry

By: Luke Jones|December 6, 2019|2:35 pm

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Claims departments across Canada are being stretched to breaking point. From a lack of talent to increased amounts of claims, insurers are facing challenges. However, technology could be the answer….

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Insurance industry must communicate with other sectors to prepare for change

By: Luke Jones|December 5, 2019|2:31 pm

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Insurance companies need to be involved in active communication with other sectors as they move through disruptive changes. By connecting with other industries, P&C carriers can better prepare for the…

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Insurers are promoting young professionals too soon says veteran broker

By: Luke Jones|December 3, 2019|7:55 am

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Canada’s insurance industry is moving towards an age crisis as an older generation of professionals reach retirement age in the next five years. With an experience gap the likely result,…

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Property insurance recovers but auto lines continue to labour

By: Luke Jones|December 2, 2019|9:32 pm

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The Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions (OSFI) has released third-quarter results for property and casualty insurers in Canada. According to the release, companies are starting to get property…

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How insurance industry is changing its tune on disruptors

By: Luke Jones|November 29, 2019|2:43 pm

Digital

Most brokers and insurers have come to terms with disruption as an inevitability. As technology transforms the industry, companies are no longer running from disruptors. In fact, many now welcome…

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Canadians likely to turn down insurance based on optimism bias

By: Luke Jones|November 26, 2019|7:13 am

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One of the challenges facing brokers in their efforts to convert clients is convincing them that the worst could happen. Insurance is about risk, but what if customers are not…

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Customers now have major power in the insurance industry

By: Luke Jones|November 21, 2019|7:36 pm

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Customer is now king in the insurance industry and providing an excellent customer experience has become increasingly important. According to one property claims expert, this trend has arisen in recent…

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Social media is still a growth target for brokers argues industry expert

By: Luke Jones|November 21, 2019|5:34 pm

Online-Insurance

Brokers are consistently being told to embrace the digital world, which also means getting on board with social media. Increasingly, brokers and insurers are using social media platforms to connect…

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Open your doors could be the key to attracting young talent

By: Luke Jones|November 4, 2019|6:46 am

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One of the challenges facing insurers is attracting young talent as the industry faces up to a large portion of its workforce reaching retirement age over the next decade. At…

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Brokerage that miss data may fall off the insurance map warns expert

By: Luke Jones|December 30, 2019|4:31 pm

Digital

Many Canadian brokerages are missing out by avoiding data, according to one expert. By not embracing data, brokerages risk being left out of the loop and could be put out…

Read More

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How AI solution can save the collapsing claims industry

By: Luke Jones|December 6, 2019|2:35 pm

AI-Flickr

Claims departments across Canada are being stretched to breaking point. From a lack of talent to increased amounts of claims, insurers are facing challenges. However, technology could be the answer….

Read More

Categories:

Insurance industry must communicate with other sectors to prepare for change

By: Luke Jones|December 5, 2019|2:31 pm

Dollarphotoclub_87924730-24.jpg

Insurance companies need to be involved in active communication with other sectors as they move through disruptive changes. By connecting with other industries, P&C carriers can better prepare for the…

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Insurers are promoting young professionals too soon says veteran broker

By: Luke Jones|December 3, 2019|7:55 am

Dollarphotoclub_48281250-32.jpg

Canada’s insurance industry is moving towards an age crisis as an older generation of professionals reach retirement age in the next five years. With an experience gap the likely result,…

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Property insurance recovers but auto lines continue to labour

By: Luke Jones|December 2, 2019|9:32 pm

Dollarphotoclub_87924730-24.jpg

The Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions (OSFI) has released third-quarter results for property and casualty insurers in Canada. According to the release, companies are starting to get property…

Read More

Categories:

How insurance industry is changing its tune on disruptors

By: Luke Jones|November 29, 2019|2:43 pm

Digital

Most brokers and insurers have come to terms with disruption as an inevitability. As technology transforms the industry, companies are no longer running from disruptors. In fact, many now welcome…

Read More

Categories:

Canadians likely to turn down insurance based on optimism bias

By: Luke Jones|November 26, 2019|7:13 am

Dollarphotoclub_57118116-6.jpg

One of the challenges facing brokers in their efforts to convert clients is convincing them that the worst could happen. Insurance is about risk, but what if customers are not…

Read More

Categories:

Customers now have major power in the insurance industry

By: Luke Jones|November 21, 2019|7:36 pm

Dollarphotoclub_87924730-24.jpg

Customer is now king in the insurance industry and providing an excellent customer experience has become increasingly important. According to one property claims expert, this trend has arisen in recent…

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Social media is still a growth target for brokers argues industry expert

By: Luke Jones|November 21, 2019|5:34 pm

Online-Insurance

Brokers are consistently being told to embrace the digital world, which also means getting on board with social media. Increasingly, brokers and insurers are using social media platforms to connect…

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Open your doors could be the key to attracting young talent

By: Luke Jones|November 4, 2019|6:46 am

Dollarphotoclub_48281250-32.jpg

One of the challenges facing insurers is attracting young talent as the industry faces up to a large portion of its workforce reaching retirement age over the next decade. At…

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Brokerage that miss data may fall off the insurance map warns expert

By: Luke Jones|December 30, 2019|4:31 pm

Digital

Many Canadian brokerages are missing out by avoiding data, according to one expert. By not embracing data, brokerages risk being left out of the loop and could be put out…

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How AI solution can save the collapsing claims industry

By: Luke Jones|December 6, 2019|2:35 pm

AI-Flickr

Claims departments across Canada are being stretched to breaking point. From a lack of talent to increased amounts of claims, insurers are facing challenges. However, technology could be the answer….

Read More

Categories:

Insurance industry must communicate with other sectors to prepare for change

By: Luke Jones|December 5, 2019|2:31 pm

Dollarphotoclub_87924730-24.jpg

Insurance companies need to be involved in active communication with other sectors as they move through disruptive changes. By connecting with other industries, P&C carriers can better prepare for the…

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Insurers are promoting young professionals too soon says veteran broker

By: Luke Jones|December 3, 2019|7:55 am

Dollarphotoclub_48281250-32.jpg

Canada’s insurance industry is moving towards an age crisis as an older generation of professionals reach retirement age in the next five years. With an experience gap the likely result,…

Read More

Categories:

Property insurance recovers but auto lines continue to labour

By: Luke Jones|December 2, 2019|9:32 pm

Dollarphotoclub_87924730-24.jpg

The Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions (OSFI) has released third-quarter results for property and casualty insurers in Canada. According to the release, companies are starting to get property…

Read More

Categories:

How insurance industry is changing its tune on disruptors

By: Luke Jones|November 29, 2019|2:43 pm

Digital

Most brokers and insurers have come to terms with disruption as an inevitability. As technology transforms the industry, companies are no longer running from disruptors. In fact, many now welcome…

Read More

Categories:

Canadians likely to turn down insurance based on optimism bias

By: Luke Jones|November 26, 2019|7:13 am

Dollarphotoclub_57118116-6.jpg

One of the challenges facing brokers in their efforts to convert clients is convincing them that the worst could happen. Insurance is about risk, but what if customers are not…

Read More

Categories:

Customers now have major power in the insurance industry

By: Luke Jones|November 21, 2019|7:36 pm

Dollarphotoclub_87924730-24.jpg

Customer is now king in the insurance industry and providing an excellent customer experience has become increasingly important. According to one property claims expert, this trend has arisen in recent…

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Social media is still a growth target for brokers argues industry expert

By: Luke Jones|November 21, 2019|5:34 pm

Online-Insurance

Brokers are consistently being told to embrace the digital world, which also means getting on board with social media. Increasingly, brokers and insurers are using social media platforms to connect…

Read More

Categories:

Open your doors could be the key to attracting young talent

By: Luke Jones|November 4, 2019|6:46 am

Dollarphotoclub_48281250-32.jpg

One of the challenges facing insurers is attracting young talent as the industry faces up to a large portion of its workforce reaching retirement age over the next decade. At…

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Brokerage that miss data may fall off the insurance map warns expert

By: Luke Jones|December 30, 2019|4:31 pm

Digital

Many Canadian brokerages are missing out by avoiding data, according to one expert. By not embracing data, brokerages risk being left out of the loop and could be put out…

Read More

Categories:

How AI solution can save the collapsing claims industry

By: Luke Jones|December 6, 2019|2:35 pm

AI-Flickr

Claims departments across Canada are being stretched to breaking point. From a lack of talent to increased amounts of claims, insurers are facing challenges. However, technology could be the answer….

Read More

Categories:

Insurance industry must communicate with other sectors to prepare for change

By: Luke Jones|December 5, 2019|2:31 pm

Dollarphotoclub_87924730-24.jpg

Insurance companies need to be involved in active communication with other sectors as they move through disruptive changes. By connecting with other industries, P&C carriers can better prepare for the…

Read More

Categories:

Insurers are promoting young professionals too soon says veteran broker

By: Luke Jones|December 3, 2019|7:55 am

Dollarphotoclub_48281250-32.jpg

Canada’s insurance industry is moving towards an age crisis as an older generation of professionals reach retirement age in the next five years. With an experience gap the likely result,…

Read More

Categories:

Property insurance recovers but auto lines continue to labour

By: Luke Jones|December 2, 2019|9:32 pm

Dollarphotoclub_87924730-24.jpg

The Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions (OSFI) has released third-quarter results for property and casualty insurers in Canada. According to the release, companies are starting to get property…

Read More

Categories:

How insurance industry is changing its tune on disruptors

By: Luke Jones|November 29, 2019|2:43 pm

Digital

Most brokers and insurers have come to terms with disruption as an inevitability. As technology transforms the industry, companies are no longer running from disruptors. In fact, many now welcome…

Read More

Categories:

Canadians likely to turn down insurance based on optimism bias

By: Luke Jones|November 26, 2019|7:13 am

Dollarphotoclub_57118116-6.jpg

One of the challenges facing brokers in their efforts to convert clients is convincing them that the worst could happen. Insurance is about risk, but what if customers are not…

Read More

Categories:

Customers now have major power in the insurance industry

By: Luke Jones|November 21, 2019|7:36 pm

Dollarphotoclub_87924730-24.jpg

Customer is now king in the insurance industry and providing an excellent customer experience has become increasingly important. According to one property claims expert, this trend has arisen in recent…

Read More

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Social media is still a growth target for brokers argues industry expert

By: Luke Jones|November 21, 2019|5:34 pm

Online-Insurance

Brokers are consistently being told to embrace the digital world, which also means getting on board with social media. Increasingly, brokers and insurers are using social media platforms to connect…

Read More

Categories:

Open your doors could be the key to attracting young talent

By: Luke Jones|November 4, 2019|6:46 am

Dollarphotoclub_48281250-32.jpg

One of the challenges facing insurers is attracting young talent as the industry faces up to a large portion of its workforce reaching retirement age over the next decade. At…

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Brokerage that miss data may fall off the insurance map warns expert

By: Luke Jones|December 30, 2019|4:31 pm

Digital

Many Canadian brokerages are missing out by avoiding data, according to one expert. By not embracing data, brokerages risk being left out of the loop and could be put out…

Read More

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How AI solution can save the collapsing claims industry

By: Luke Jones|December 6, 2019|2:35 pm

AI-Flickr

Claims departments across Canada are being stretched to breaking point. From a lack of talent to increased amounts of claims, insurers are facing challenges. However, technology could be the answer….

Read More

Categories:

Insurance industry must communicate with other sectors to prepare for change

By: Luke Jones|December 5, 2019|2:31 pm

Dollarphotoclub_87924730-24.jpg

Insurance companies need to be involved in active communication with other sectors as they move through disruptive changes. By connecting with other industries, P&C carriers can better prepare for the…

Read More

Categories:

Insurers are promoting young professionals too soon says veteran broker

By: Luke Jones|December 3, 2019|7:55 am

Dollarphotoclub_48281250-32.jpg

Canada’s insurance industry is moving towards an age crisis as an older generation of professionals reach retirement age in the next five years. With an experience gap the likely result,…

Read More

Categories:

Property insurance recovers but auto lines continue to labour

By: Luke Jones|December 2, 2019|9:32 pm

Dollarphotoclub_87924730-24.jpg

The Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions (OSFI) has released third-quarter results for property and casualty insurers in Canada. According to the release, companies are starting to get property…

Read More

Categories:

How insurance industry is changing its tune on disruptors

By: Luke Jones|November 29, 2019|2:43 pm

Digital

Most brokers and insurers have come to terms with disruption as an inevitability. As technology transforms the industry, companies are no longer running from disruptors. In fact, many now welcome…

Read More

Categories:

Canadians likely to turn down insurance based on optimism bias

By: Luke Jones|November 26, 2019|7:13 am

Dollarphotoclub_57118116-6.jpg

One of the challenges facing brokers in their efforts to convert clients is convincing them that the worst could happen. Insurance is about risk, but what if customers are not…

Read More

Categories:

Customers now have major power in the insurance industry

By: Luke Jones|November 21, 2019|7:36 pm

Dollarphotoclub_87924730-24.jpg

Customer is now king in the insurance industry and providing an excellent customer experience has become increasingly important. According to one property claims expert, this trend has arisen in recent…

Read More

Categories:

Social media is still a growth target for brokers argues industry expert

By: Luke Jones|November 21, 2019|5:34 pm

Online-Insurance

Brokers are consistently being told to embrace the digital world, which also means getting on board with social media. Increasingly, brokers and insurers are using social media platforms to connect…

Read More

Categories:

Open your doors could be the key to attracting young talent

By: Luke Jones|November 4, 2019|6:46 am

Dollarphotoclub_48281250-32.jpg

One of the challenges facing insurers is attracting young talent as the industry faces up to a large portion of its workforce reaching retirement age over the next decade. At…

Read More

Categories:

Brokerage that miss data may fall off the insurance map warns expert

By: Luke Jones|December 30, 2019|4:31 pm

Digital

Many Canadian brokerages are missing out by avoiding data, according to one expert. By not embracing data, brokerages risk being left out of the loop and could be put out…

Read More

Categories:

How AI solution can save the collapsing claims industry

By: Luke Jones|December 6, 2019|2:35 pm

AI-Flickr

Claims departments across Canada are being stretched to breaking point. From a lack of talent to increased amounts of claims, insurers are facing challenges. However, technology could be the answer….

Read More

Categories:

Insurance industry must communicate with other sectors to prepare for change

By: Luke Jones|December 5, 2019|2:31 pm

Dollarphotoclub_87924730-24.jpg

Insurance companies need to be involved in active communication with other sectors as they move through disruptive changes. By connecting with other industries, P&C carriers can better prepare for the…

Read More

Categories:

Insurers are promoting young professionals too soon says veteran broker

By: Luke Jones|December 3, 2019|7:55 am

Dollarphotoclub_48281250-32.jpg

Canada’s insurance industry is moving towards an age crisis as an older generation of professionals reach retirement age in the next five years. With an experience gap the likely result,…

Read More

Categories:

Property insurance recovers but auto lines continue to labour

By: Luke Jones|December 2, 2019|9:32 pm

Dollarphotoclub_87924730-24.jpg

The Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions (OSFI) has released third-quarter results for property and casualty insurers in Canada. According to the release, companies are starting to get property…

Read More

Categories:

How insurance industry is changing its tune on disruptors

By: Luke Jones|November 29, 2019|2:43 pm

Digital

Most brokers and insurers have come to terms with disruption as an inevitability. As technology transforms the industry, companies are no longer running from disruptors. In fact, many now welcome…

Read More

Categories:

Canadians likely to turn down insurance based on optimism bias

By: Luke Jones|November 26, 2019|7:13 am

Dollarphotoclub_57118116-6.jpg

One of the challenges facing brokers in their efforts to convert clients is convincing them that the worst could happen. Insurance is about risk, but what if customers are not…

Read More

Categories:

Customers now have major power in the insurance industry

By: Luke Jones|November 21, 2019|7:36 pm

Dollarphotoclub_87924730-24.jpg

Customer is now king in the insurance industry and providing an excellent customer experience has become increasingly important. According to one property claims expert, this trend has arisen in recent…

Read More

Categories:

Social media is still a growth target for brokers argues industry expert

By: Luke Jones|November 21, 2019|5:34 pm

Online-Insurance

Brokers are consistently being told to embrace the digital world, which also means getting on board with social media. Increasingly, brokers and insurers are using social media platforms to connect…

Read More

Categories:

Open your doors could be the key to attracting young talent

By: Luke Jones|November 4, 2019|6:46 am

Dollarphotoclub_48281250-32.jpg

One of the challenges facing insurers is attracting young talent as the industry faces up to a large portion of its workforce reaching retirement age over the next decade. At…

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Categories:

Brokerage that miss data may fall off the insurance map warns expert

By: Luke Jones|December 30, 2019|4:31 pm

Digital

Many Canadian brokerages are missing out by avoiding data, according to one expert. By not embracing data, brokerages risk being left out of the loop and could be put out…

Read More

Categories:

How AI solution can save the collapsing claims industry

By: Luke Jones|December 6, 2019|2:35 pm

AI-Flickr

Claims departments across Canada are being stretched to breaking point. From a lack of talent to increased amounts of claims, insurers are facing challenges. However, technology could be the answer….

Read More

Categories:

Insurance industry must communicate with other sectors to prepare for change

By: Luke Jones|December 5, 2019|2:31 pm

Dollarphotoclub_87924730-24.jpg

Insurance companies need to be involved in active communication with other sectors as they move through disruptive changes. By connecting with other industries, P&C carriers can better prepare for the…

Read More

Categories:

Insurers are promoting young professionals too soon says veteran broker

By: Luke Jones|December 3, 2019|7:55 am

Dollarphotoclub_48281250-32.jpg

Canada’s insurance industry is moving towards an age crisis as an older generation of professionals reach retirement age in the next five years. With an experience gap the likely result,…

Read More

Categories:

Property insurance recovers but auto lines continue to labour

By: Luke Jones|December 2, 2019|9:32 pm

Dollarphotoclub_87924730-24.jpg

The Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions (OSFI) has released third-quarter results for property and casualty insurers in Canada. According to the release, companies are starting to get property…

Read More

Categories:

How insurance industry is changing its tune on disruptors

By: Luke Jones|November 29, 2019|2:43 pm

Digital

Most brokers and insurers have come to terms with disruption as an inevitability. As technology transforms the industry, companies are no longer running from disruptors. In fact, many now welcome…

Read More

Categories:

Canadians likely to turn down insurance based on optimism bias

By: Luke Jones|November 26, 2019|7:13 am

Dollarphotoclub_57118116-6.jpg

One of the challenges facing brokers in their efforts to convert clients is convincing them that the worst could happen. Insurance is about risk, but what if customers are not…

Read More

Categories:

Customers now have major power in the insurance industry

By: Luke Jones|November 21, 2019|7:36 pm

Dollarphotoclub_87924730-24.jpg

Customer is now king in the insurance industry and providing an excellent customer experience has become increasingly important. According to one property claims expert, this trend has arisen in recent…

Read More

Categories:

Social media is still a growth target for brokers argues industry expert

By: Luke Jones|November 21, 2019|5:34 pm

Online-Insurance

Brokers are consistently being told to embrace the digital world, which also means getting on board with social media. Increasingly, brokers and insurers are using social media platforms to connect…

Read More

Categories:

Open your doors could be the key to attracting young talent

By: Luke Jones|November 4, 2019|6:46 am

Dollarphotoclub_48281250-32.jpg

One of the challenges facing insurers is attracting young talent as the industry faces up to a large portion of its workforce reaching retirement age over the next decade. At…

Read More

Categories:

Brokerage that miss data may fall off the insurance map warns expert

By: Luke Jones|December 30, 2019|4:31 pm

Digital

Many Canadian brokerages are missing out by avoiding data, according to one expert. By not embracing data, brokerages risk being left out of the loop and could be put out…

Read More

Categories:

How AI solution can save the collapsing claims industry

By: Luke Jones|December 6, 2019|2:35 pm

AI-Flickr

Claims departments across Canada are being stretched to breaking point. From a lack of talent to increased amounts of claims, insurers are facing challenges. However, technology could be the answer….

Read More

Categories:

Insurance industry must communicate with other sectors to prepare for change

By: Luke Jones|December 5, 2019|2:31 pm

Dollarphotoclub_87924730-24.jpg

Insurance companies need to be involved in active communication with other sectors as they move through disruptive changes. By connecting with other industries, P&C carriers can better prepare for the…

Read More

Categories:

Insurers are promoting young professionals too soon says veteran broker

By: Luke Jones|December 3, 2019|7:55 am

Dollarphotoclub_48281250-32.jpg

Canada’s insurance industry is moving towards an age crisis as an older generation of professionals reach retirement age in the next five years. With an experience gap the likely result,…

Read More

Categories:

Property insurance recovers but auto lines continue to labour

By: Luke Jones|December 2, 2019|9:32 pm

Dollarphotoclub_87924730-24.jpg

The Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions (OSFI) has released third-quarter results for property and casualty insurers in Canada. According to the release, companies are starting to get property…

Read More

Categories:

How insurance industry is changing its tune on disruptors

By: Luke Jones|November 29, 2019|2:43 pm

Digital

Most brokers and insurers have come to terms with disruption as an inevitability. As technology transforms the industry, companies are no longer running from disruptors. In fact, many now welcome…

Read More

Categories:

Canadians likely to turn down insurance based on optimism bias

By: Luke Jones|November 26, 2019|7:13 am

Dollarphotoclub_57118116-6.jpg

One of the challenges facing brokers in their efforts to convert clients is convincing them that the worst could happen. Insurance is about risk, but what if customers are not…

Read More

Categories:

Customers now have major power in the insurance industry

By: Luke Jones|November 21, 2019|7:36 pm

Dollarphotoclub_87924730-24.jpg

Customer is now king in the insurance industry and providing an excellent customer experience has become increasingly important. According to one property claims expert, this trend has arisen in recent…

Read More

Categories:

Social media is still a growth target for brokers argues industry expert

By: Luke Jones|November 21, 2019|5:34 pm

Online-Insurance

Brokers are consistently being told to embrace the digital world, which also means getting on board with social media. Increasingly, brokers and insurers are using social media platforms to connect…

Read More

Categories:

Open your doors could be the key to attracting young talent

By: Luke Jones|November 4, 2019|6:46 am

Dollarphotoclub_48281250-32.jpg

One of the challenges facing insurers is attracting young talent as the industry faces up to a large portion of its workforce reaching retirement age over the next decade. At…

Read More

Categories:

Brokerage that miss data may fall off the insurance map warns expert

By: Luke Jones|December 30, 2019|4:31 pm

Digital

Many Canadian brokerages are missing out by avoiding data, according to one expert. By not embracing data, brokerages risk being left out of the loop and could be put out…

Read More

Categories:

How AI solution can save the collapsing claims industry

By: Luke Jones|December 6, 2019|2:35 pm

AI-Flickr

Claims departments across Canada are being stretched to breaking point. From a lack of talent to increased amounts of claims, insurers are facing challenges. However, technology could be the answer….

Read More

Categories:

Insurance industry must communicate with other sectors to prepare for change

By: Luke Jones|December 5, 2019|2:31 pm

Dollarphotoclub_87924730-24.jpg

Insurance companies need to be involved in active communication with other sectors as they move through disruptive changes. By connecting with other industries, P&C carriers can better prepare for the…

Read More

Categories:

Insurers are promoting young professionals too soon says veteran broker

By: Luke Jones|December 3, 2019|7:55 am

Dollarphotoclub_48281250-32.jpg

Canada’s insurance industry is moving towards an age crisis as an older generation of professionals reach retirement age in the next five years. With an experience gap the likely result,…

Read More

Categories:

Property insurance recovers but auto lines continue to labour

By: Luke Jones|December 2, 2019|9:32 pm

Dollarphotoclub_87924730-24.jpg

The Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions (OSFI) has released third-quarter results for property and casualty insurers in Canada. According to the release, companies are starting to get property…

Read More

Categories:

How insurance industry is changing its tune on disruptors

By: Luke Jones|November 29, 2019|2:43 pm

Digital

Most brokers and insurers have come to terms with disruption as an inevitability. As technology transforms the industry, companies are no longer running from disruptors. In fact, many now welcome…

Read More

Categories:

Canadians likely to turn down insurance based on optimism bias

By: Luke Jones|November 26, 2019|7:13 am

Dollarphotoclub_57118116-6.jpg

One of the challenges facing brokers in their efforts to convert clients is convincing them that the worst could happen. Insurance is about risk, but what if customers are not…

Read More

Categories:

Customers now have major power in the insurance industry

By: Luke Jones|November 21, 2019|7:36 pm

Dollarphotoclub_87924730-24.jpg

Customer is now king in the insurance industry and providing an excellent customer experience has become increasingly important. According to one property claims expert, this trend has arisen in recent…

Read More

Categories:

Social media is still a growth target for brokers argues industry expert

By: Luke Jones|November 21, 2019|5:34 pm

Online-Insurance

Brokers are consistently being told to embrace the digital world, which also means getting on board with social media. Increasingly, brokers and insurers are using social media platforms to connect…

Read More

Categories:

Open your doors could be the key to attracting young talent

By: Luke Jones|November 4, 2019|6:46 am

Dollarphotoclub_48281250-32.jpg

One of the challenges facing insurers is attracting young talent as the industry faces up to a large portion of its workforce reaching retirement age over the next decade. At…

Read More

Categories:

Brokerage that miss data may fall off the insurance map warns expert

By: Luke Jones|December 30, 2019|4:31 pm

Digital

Many Canadian brokerages are missing out by avoiding data, according to one expert. By not embracing data, brokerages risk being left out of the loop and could be put out…

Read More

Categories:

How AI solution can save the collapsing claims industry

By: Luke Jones|December 6, 2019|2:35 pm

AI-Flickr

Claims departments across Canada are being stretched to breaking point. From a lack of talent to increased amounts of claims, insurers are facing challenges. However, technology could be the answer….

Read More

Categories:

Insurance industry must communicate with other sectors to prepare for change

By: Luke Jones|December 5, 2019|2:31 pm

Dollarphotoclub_87924730-24.jpg

Insurance companies need to be involved in active communication with other sectors as they move through disruptive changes. By connecting with other industries, P&C carriers can better prepare for the…

Read More

Categories:

Insurers are promoting young professionals too soon says veteran broker

By: Luke Jones|December 3, 2019|7:55 am

Dollarphotoclub_48281250-32.jpg

Canada’s insurance industry is moving towards an age crisis as an older generation of professionals reach retirement age in the next five years. With an experience gap the likely result,…

Read More

Categories:

Property insurance recovers but auto lines continue to labour

By: Luke Jones|December 2, 2019|9:32 pm

Dollarphotoclub_87924730-24.jpg

The Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions (OSFI) has released third-quarter results for property and casualty insurers in Canada. According to the release, companies are starting to get property…

Read More

Categories:

How insurance industry is changing its tune on disruptors

By: Luke Jones|November 29, 2019|2:43 pm

Digital

Most brokers and insurers have come to terms with disruption as an inevitability. As technology transforms the industry, companies are no longer running from disruptors. In fact, many now welcome…

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Canadians likely to turn down insurance based on optimism bias

By: Luke Jones|November 26, 2019|7:13 am

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One of the challenges facing brokers in their efforts to convert clients is convincing them that the worst could happen. Insurance is about risk, but what if customers are not…

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Customers now have major power in the insurance industry

By: Luke Jones|November 21, 2019|7:36 pm

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Customer is now king in the insurance industry and providing an excellent customer experience has become increasingly important. According to one property claims expert, this trend has arisen in recent…

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Social media is still a growth target for brokers argues industry expert

By: Luke Jones|November 21, 2019|5:34 pm

Online-Insurance

Brokers are consistently being told to embrace the digital world, which also means getting on board with social media. Increasingly, brokers and insurers are using social media platforms to connect…

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Open your doors could be the key to attracting young talent

By: Luke Jones|November 4, 2019|6:46 am

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One of the challenges facing insurers is attracting young talent as the industry faces up to a large portion of its workforce reaching retirement age over the next decade. At…

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