Blog Category: Industry Trends

Fraud more likely in online insurance than other industries

By: Luke Jones|September 30, 2019|5:25 pm

Online-Insurance

While consumers are increasingly moving online to find and purchase their insurance products, the ease of acquiring coverage does not necessarily translate to safety from fraud. Indeed, new research has…

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What risks are young insurers most concerned about

By: Luke Jones|September 24, 2019|7:48 pm

Risk-picserver-reuse-6.jpg

While the auto insurance market continues to cause major problems and the threat of climate change is ever present, there are other risks keeping insurers up at night. At the…

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Insurance digital adoption leave industry looking like “dinosaurs” says IBC

By: Luke Jones|September 23, 2019|1:33 pm

Digital

During a speech at the National Insurance Conference of Canada (NICC) today, Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) CEO Don Forgeron said Canadian insurers must look “like dinosaurs” due to a…

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Technology is making the current insurance market unique

By: Luke Jones|September 23, 2019|7:24 am

Digital

Technology is playing an interesting role in the insurance industry. On one hand, technological innovations are driving a new era of insurance methodology, including the automating of tasks and improving…

Read More

Categories:

What do young professionals expect from older insurance managers?

By: Luke Jones|September 19, 2019|9:20 pm

Dollarphotoclub_48281250-32.jpg

Insurers are finding ways to attract young professionals to an industry where an age gap is an issue. At the recent Risk and Insurance Management Society (RIMS) Canada Conference, a…

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Insurtech is facing regulatory stumbling blocks

By: Luke Jones|September 17, 2019|10:09 pm

Digital

Insurtech is gaining plenty of traction as the potential future of the insurance industry. However, there is no situation where it will likely to replace the traditional broker network, according…

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Cat events in Canada near $1 billion in 2019

By: Luke Jones|September 14, 2019|10:36 pm

Dollarphotoclub_71835416-41.jpg

Catastrophic weather events continue to be a significant problem in Canada and insured losses from cat events in 2019 are already rattling towards $1 billion. Indeed, there is close to…

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Cannabis industry in Canada is expanding as insurers and government stall

By: Luke Jones|September 10, 2019|6:52 pm

marijuana-1.jpg

Cannabis legalization in Canada is reaching a year old with the first anniversary of the Canada Act incoming on October 17. However, while legalization is now maturing, the regulatory framework…

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How brokers will remain valuable in the online insurance age

By: Luke Jones|August 15, 2019|6:29 pm

Innovation

Consumers are making a transition online when looking for insurance, making insurance analysts suggest its time companies adopt a Netflix-like approach to selling coverage. However, Elmira-based broker Tim Waters says…

Read More

Categories:

How the M&A market is affecting brokers in Canada

By: Luke Jones|August 14, 2019|6:16 pm

In recent years, many have predicted the insurance industry will become defined by merger and acquisition (M&A) activity. However, how does that prediction hold up for the Canadian brokerage network?…

Read More

Categories:

Fraud more likely in online insurance than other industries

By: Luke Jones|September 30, 2019|5:25 pm

Online-Insurance

While consumers are increasingly moving online to find and purchase their insurance products, the ease of acquiring coverage does not necessarily translate to safety from fraud. Indeed, new research has…

Read More

Categories:

What risks are young insurers most concerned about

By: Luke Jones|September 24, 2019|7:48 pm

Risk-picserver-reuse-6.jpg

While the auto insurance market continues to cause major problems and the threat of climate change is ever present, there are other risks keeping insurers up at night. At the…

Read More

Categories:

Insurance digital adoption leave industry looking like “dinosaurs” says IBC

By: Luke Jones|September 23, 2019|1:33 pm

Digital

During a speech at the National Insurance Conference of Canada (NICC) today, Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) CEO Don Forgeron said Canadian insurers must look “like dinosaurs” due to a…

Read More

Categories:

Technology is making the current insurance market unique

By: Luke Jones|September 23, 2019|7:24 am

Digital

Technology is playing an interesting role in the insurance industry. On one hand, technological innovations are driving a new era of insurance methodology, including the automating of tasks and improving…

Read More

Categories:

What do young professionals expect from older insurance managers?

By: Luke Jones|September 19, 2019|9:20 pm

Dollarphotoclub_48281250-32.jpg

Insurers are finding ways to attract young professionals to an industry where an age gap is an issue. At the recent Risk and Insurance Management Society (RIMS) Canada Conference, a…

Read More

Categories:

Insurtech is facing regulatory stumbling blocks

By: Luke Jones|September 17, 2019|10:09 pm

Digital

Insurtech is gaining plenty of traction as the potential future of the insurance industry. However, there is no situation where it will likely to replace the traditional broker network, according…

Read More

Categories:

Cat events in Canada near $1 billion in 2019

By: Luke Jones|September 14, 2019|10:36 pm

Dollarphotoclub_71835416-41.jpg

Catastrophic weather events continue to be a significant problem in Canada and insured losses from cat events in 2019 are already rattling towards $1 billion. Indeed, there is close to…

Read More

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Cannabis industry in Canada is expanding as insurers and government stall

By: Luke Jones|September 10, 2019|6:52 pm

marijuana-1.jpg

Cannabis legalization in Canada is reaching a year old with the first anniversary of the Canada Act incoming on October 17. However, while legalization is now maturing, the regulatory framework…

Read More

Categories:

How brokers will remain valuable in the online insurance age

By: Luke Jones|August 15, 2019|6:29 pm

Innovation

Consumers are making a transition online when looking for insurance, making insurance analysts suggest its time companies adopt a Netflix-like approach to selling coverage. However, Elmira-based broker Tim Waters says…

Read More

Categories:

How the M&A market is affecting brokers in Canada

By: Luke Jones|August 14, 2019|6:16 pm

In recent years, many have predicted the insurance industry will become defined by merger and acquisition (M&A) activity. However, how does that prediction hold up for the Canadian brokerage network?…

Read More

Categories:

Fraud more likely in online insurance than other industries

By: Luke Jones|September 30, 2019|5:25 pm

Online-Insurance

While consumers are increasingly moving online to find and purchase their insurance products, the ease of acquiring coverage does not necessarily translate to safety from fraud. Indeed, new research has…

Read More

Categories:

What risks are young insurers most concerned about

By: Luke Jones|September 24, 2019|7:48 pm

Risk-picserver-reuse-6.jpg

While the auto insurance market continues to cause major problems and the threat of climate change is ever present, there are other risks keeping insurers up at night. At the…

Read More

Categories:

Insurance digital adoption leave industry looking like “dinosaurs” says IBC

By: Luke Jones|September 23, 2019|1:33 pm

Digital

During a speech at the National Insurance Conference of Canada (NICC) today, Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) CEO Don Forgeron said Canadian insurers must look “like dinosaurs” due to a…

Read More

Categories:

Technology is making the current insurance market unique

By: Luke Jones|September 23, 2019|7:24 am

Digital

Technology is playing an interesting role in the insurance industry. On one hand, technological innovations are driving a new era of insurance methodology, including the automating of tasks and improving…

Read More

Categories:

What do young professionals expect from older insurance managers?

By: Luke Jones|September 19, 2019|9:20 pm

Dollarphotoclub_48281250-32.jpg

Insurers are finding ways to attract young professionals to an industry where an age gap is an issue. At the recent Risk and Insurance Management Society (RIMS) Canada Conference, a…

Read More

Categories:

Insurtech is facing regulatory stumbling blocks

By: Luke Jones|September 17, 2019|10:09 pm

Digital

Insurtech is gaining plenty of traction as the potential future of the insurance industry. However, there is no situation where it will likely to replace the traditional broker network, according…

Read More

Categories:

Cat events in Canada near $1 billion in 2019

By: Luke Jones|September 14, 2019|10:36 pm

Dollarphotoclub_71835416-41.jpg

Catastrophic weather events continue to be a significant problem in Canada and insured losses from cat events in 2019 are already rattling towards $1 billion. Indeed, there is close to…

Read More

Categories:

Cannabis industry in Canada is expanding as insurers and government stall

By: Luke Jones|September 10, 2019|6:52 pm

marijuana-1.jpg

Cannabis legalization in Canada is reaching a year old with the first anniversary of the Canada Act incoming on October 17. However, while legalization is now maturing, the regulatory framework…

Read More

Categories:

How brokers will remain valuable in the online insurance age

By: Luke Jones|August 15, 2019|6:29 pm

Innovation

Consumers are making a transition online when looking for insurance, making insurance analysts suggest its time companies adopt a Netflix-like approach to selling coverage. However, Elmira-based broker Tim Waters says…

Read More

Categories:

How the M&A market is affecting brokers in Canada

By: Luke Jones|August 14, 2019|6:16 pm

In recent years, many have predicted the insurance industry will become defined by merger and acquisition (M&A) activity. However, how does that prediction hold up for the Canadian brokerage network?…

Read More

Categories:

Fraud more likely in online insurance than other industries

By: Luke Jones|September 30, 2019|5:25 pm

Online-Insurance

While consumers are increasingly moving online to find and purchase their insurance products, the ease of acquiring coverage does not necessarily translate to safety from fraud. Indeed, new research has…

Read More

Categories:

What risks are young insurers most concerned about

By: Luke Jones|September 24, 2019|7:48 pm

Risk-picserver-reuse-6.jpg

While the auto insurance market continues to cause major problems and the threat of climate change is ever present, there are other risks keeping insurers up at night. At the…

Read More

Categories:

Insurance digital adoption leave industry looking like “dinosaurs” says IBC

By: Luke Jones|September 23, 2019|1:33 pm

Digital

During a speech at the National Insurance Conference of Canada (NICC) today, Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) CEO Don Forgeron said Canadian insurers must look “like dinosaurs” due to a…

Read More

Categories:

Technology is making the current insurance market unique

By: Luke Jones|September 23, 2019|7:24 am

Digital

Technology is playing an interesting role in the insurance industry. On one hand, technological innovations are driving a new era of insurance methodology, including the automating of tasks and improving…

Read More

Categories:

What do young professionals expect from older insurance managers?

By: Luke Jones|September 19, 2019|9:20 pm

Dollarphotoclub_48281250-32.jpg

Insurers are finding ways to attract young professionals to an industry where an age gap is an issue. At the recent Risk and Insurance Management Society (RIMS) Canada Conference, a…

Read More

Categories:

Insurtech is facing regulatory stumbling blocks

By: Luke Jones|September 17, 2019|10:09 pm

Digital

Insurtech is gaining plenty of traction as the potential future of the insurance industry. However, there is no situation where it will likely to replace the traditional broker network, according…

Read More

Categories:

Cat events in Canada near $1 billion in 2019

By: Luke Jones|September 14, 2019|10:36 pm

Dollarphotoclub_71835416-41.jpg

Catastrophic weather events continue to be a significant problem in Canada and insured losses from cat events in 2019 are already rattling towards $1 billion. Indeed, there is close to…

Read More

Categories:

Cannabis industry in Canada is expanding as insurers and government stall

By: Luke Jones|September 10, 2019|6:52 pm

marijuana-1.jpg

Cannabis legalization in Canada is reaching a year old with the first anniversary of the Canada Act incoming on October 17. However, while legalization is now maturing, the regulatory framework…

Read More

Categories:

How brokers will remain valuable in the online insurance age

By: Luke Jones|August 15, 2019|6:29 pm

Innovation

Consumers are making a transition online when looking for insurance, making insurance analysts suggest its time companies adopt a Netflix-like approach to selling coverage. However, Elmira-based broker Tim Waters says…

Read More

Categories:

How the M&A market is affecting brokers in Canada

By: Luke Jones|August 14, 2019|6:16 pm

In recent years, many have predicted the insurance industry will become defined by merger and acquisition (M&A) activity. However, how does that prediction hold up for the Canadian brokerage network?…

Read More

Categories:

Fraud more likely in online insurance than other industries

By: Luke Jones|September 30, 2019|5:25 pm

Online-Insurance

While consumers are increasingly moving online to find and purchase their insurance products, the ease of acquiring coverage does not necessarily translate to safety from fraud. Indeed, new research has…

Read More

Categories:

What risks are young insurers most concerned about

By: Luke Jones|September 24, 2019|7:48 pm

Risk-picserver-reuse-6.jpg

While the auto insurance market continues to cause major problems and the threat of climate change is ever present, there are other risks keeping insurers up at night. At the…

Read More

Categories:

Insurance digital adoption leave industry looking like “dinosaurs” says IBC

By: Luke Jones|September 23, 2019|1:33 pm

Digital

During a speech at the National Insurance Conference of Canada (NICC) today, Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) CEO Don Forgeron said Canadian insurers must look “like dinosaurs” due to a…

Read More

Categories:

Technology is making the current insurance market unique

By: Luke Jones|September 23, 2019|7:24 am

Digital

Technology is playing an interesting role in the insurance industry. On one hand, technological innovations are driving a new era of insurance methodology, including the automating of tasks and improving…

Read More

Categories:

What do young professionals expect from older insurance managers?

By: Luke Jones|September 19, 2019|9:20 pm

Dollarphotoclub_48281250-32.jpg

Insurers are finding ways to attract young professionals to an industry where an age gap is an issue. At the recent Risk and Insurance Management Society (RIMS) Canada Conference, a…

Read More

Categories:

Insurtech is facing regulatory stumbling blocks

By: Luke Jones|September 17, 2019|10:09 pm

Digital

Insurtech is gaining plenty of traction as the potential future of the insurance industry. However, there is no situation where it will likely to replace the traditional broker network, according…

Read More

Categories:

Cat events in Canada near $1 billion in 2019

By: Luke Jones|September 14, 2019|10:36 pm

Dollarphotoclub_71835416-41.jpg

Catastrophic weather events continue to be a significant problem in Canada and insured losses from cat events in 2019 are already rattling towards $1 billion. Indeed, there is close to…

Read More

Categories:

Cannabis industry in Canada is expanding as insurers and government stall

By: Luke Jones|September 10, 2019|6:52 pm

marijuana-1.jpg

Cannabis legalization in Canada is reaching a year old with the first anniversary of the Canada Act incoming on October 17. However, while legalization is now maturing, the regulatory framework…

Read More

Categories:

How brokers will remain valuable in the online insurance age

By: Luke Jones|August 15, 2019|6:29 pm

Innovation

Consumers are making a transition online when looking for insurance, making insurance analysts suggest its time companies adopt a Netflix-like approach to selling coverage. However, Elmira-based broker Tim Waters says…

Read More

Categories:

How the M&A market is affecting brokers in Canada

By: Luke Jones|August 14, 2019|6:16 pm

In recent years, many have predicted the insurance industry will become defined by merger and acquisition (M&A) activity. However, how does that prediction hold up for the Canadian brokerage network?…

Read More

Categories:

Fraud more likely in online insurance than other industries

By: Luke Jones|September 30, 2019|5:25 pm

Online-Insurance

While consumers are increasingly moving online to find and purchase their insurance products, the ease of acquiring coverage does not necessarily translate to safety from fraud. Indeed, new research has…

Read More

Categories:

What risks are young insurers most concerned about

By: Luke Jones|September 24, 2019|7:48 pm

Risk-picserver-reuse-6.jpg

While the auto insurance market continues to cause major problems and the threat of climate change is ever present, there are other risks keeping insurers up at night. At the…

Read More

Categories:

Insurance digital adoption leave industry looking like “dinosaurs” says IBC

By: Luke Jones|September 23, 2019|1:33 pm

Digital

During a speech at the National Insurance Conference of Canada (NICC) today, Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) CEO Don Forgeron said Canadian insurers must look “like dinosaurs” due to a…

Read More

Categories:

Technology is making the current insurance market unique

By: Luke Jones|September 23, 2019|7:24 am

Digital

Technology is playing an interesting role in the insurance industry. On one hand, technological innovations are driving a new era of insurance methodology, including the automating of tasks and improving…

Read More

Categories:

What do young professionals expect from older insurance managers?

By: Luke Jones|September 19, 2019|9:20 pm

Dollarphotoclub_48281250-32.jpg

Insurers are finding ways to attract young professionals to an industry where an age gap is an issue. At the recent Risk and Insurance Management Society (RIMS) Canada Conference, a…

Read More

Categories:

Insurtech is facing regulatory stumbling blocks

By: Luke Jones|September 17, 2019|10:09 pm

Digital

Insurtech is gaining plenty of traction as the potential future of the insurance industry. However, there is no situation where it will likely to replace the traditional broker network, according…

Read More

Categories:

Cat events in Canada near $1 billion in 2019

By: Luke Jones|September 14, 2019|10:36 pm

Dollarphotoclub_71835416-41.jpg

Catastrophic weather events continue to be a significant problem in Canada and insured losses from cat events in 2019 are already rattling towards $1 billion. Indeed, there is close to…

Read More

Categories:

Cannabis industry in Canada is expanding as insurers and government stall

By: Luke Jones|September 10, 2019|6:52 pm

marijuana-1.jpg

Cannabis legalization in Canada is reaching a year old with the first anniversary of the Canada Act incoming on October 17. However, while legalization is now maturing, the regulatory framework…

Read More

Categories:

How brokers will remain valuable in the online insurance age

By: Luke Jones|August 15, 2019|6:29 pm

Innovation

Consumers are making a transition online when looking for insurance, making insurance analysts suggest its time companies adopt a Netflix-like approach to selling coverage. However, Elmira-based broker Tim Waters says…

Read More

Categories:

How the M&A market is affecting brokers in Canada

By: Luke Jones|August 14, 2019|6:16 pm

In recent years, many have predicted the insurance industry will become defined by merger and acquisition (M&A) activity. However, how does that prediction hold up for the Canadian brokerage network?…

Read More

Categories:

Fraud more likely in online insurance than other industries

By: Luke Jones|September 30, 2019|5:25 pm

Online-Insurance

While consumers are increasingly moving online to find and purchase their insurance products, the ease of acquiring coverage does not necessarily translate to safety from fraud. Indeed, new research has…

Read More

Categories:

What risks are young insurers most concerned about

By: Luke Jones|September 24, 2019|7:48 pm

Risk-picserver-reuse-6.jpg

While the auto insurance market continues to cause major problems and the threat of climate change is ever present, there are other risks keeping insurers up at night. At the…

Read More

Categories:

Insurance digital adoption leave industry looking like “dinosaurs” says IBC

By: Luke Jones|September 23, 2019|1:33 pm

Digital

During a speech at the National Insurance Conference of Canada (NICC) today, Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) CEO Don Forgeron said Canadian insurers must look “like dinosaurs” due to a…

Read More

Categories:

Technology is making the current insurance market unique

By: Luke Jones|September 23, 2019|7:24 am

Digital

Technology is playing an interesting role in the insurance industry. On one hand, technological innovations are driving a new era of insurance methodology, including the automating of tasks and improving…

Read More

Categories:

What do young professionals expect from older insurance managers?

By: Luke Jones|September 19, 2019|9:20 pm

Dollarphotoclub_48281250-32.jpg

Insurers are finding ways to attract young professionals to an industry where an age gap is an issue. At the recent Risk and Insurance Management Society (RIMS) Canada Conference, a…

Read More

Categories:

Insurtech is facing regulatory stumbling blocks

By: Luke Jones|September 17, 2019|10:09 pm

Digital

Insurtech is gaining plenty of traction as the potential future of the insurance industry. However, there is no situation where it will likely to replace the traditional broker network, according…

Read More

Categories:

Cat events in Canada near $1 billion in 2019

By: Luke Jones|September 14, 2019|10:36 pm

Dollarphotoclub_71835416-41.jpg

Catastrophic weather events continue to be a significant problem in Canada and insured losses from cat events in 2019 are already rattling towards $1 billion. Indeed, there is close to…

Read More

Categories:

Cannabis industry in Canada is expanding as insurers and government stall

By: Luke Jones|September 10, 2019|6:52 pm

marijuana-1.jpg

Cannabis legalization in Canada is reaching a year old with the first anniversary of the Canada Act incoming on October 17. However, while legalization is now maturing, the regulatory framework…

Read More

Categories:

How brokers will remain valuable in the online insurance age

By: Luke Jones|August 15, 2019|6:29 pm

Innovation

Consumers are making a transition online when looking for insurance, making insurance analysts suggest its time companies adopt a Netflix-like approach to selling coverage. However, Elmira-based broker Tim Waters says…

Read More

Categories:

How the M&A market is affecting brokers in Canada

By: Luke Jones|August 14, 2019|6:16 pm

In recent years, many have predicted the insurance industry will become defined by merger and acquisition (M&A) activity. However, how does that prediction hold up for the Canadian brokerage network?…

Read More

Categories:

Fraud more likely in online insurance than other industries

By: Luke Jones|September 30, 2019|5:25 pm

Online-Insurance

While consumers are increasingly moving online to find and purchase their insurance products, the ease of acquiring coverage does not necessarily translate to safety from fraud. Indeed, new research has…

Read More

Categories:

What risks are young insurers most concerned about

By: Luke Jones|September 24, 2019|7:48 pm

Risk-picserver-reuse-6.jpg

While the auto insurance market continues to cause major problems and the threat of climate change is ever present, there are other risks keeping insurers up at night. At the…

Read More

Categories:

Insurance digital adoption leave industry looking like “dinosaurs” says IBC

By: Luke Jones|September 23, 2019|1:33 pm

Digital

During a speech at the National Insurance Conference of Canada (NICC) today, Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) CEO Don Forgeron said Canadian insurers must look “like dinosaurs” due to a…

Read More

Categories:

Technology is making the current insurance market unique

By: Luke Jones|September 23, 2019|7:24 am

Digital

Technology is playing an interesting role in the insurance industry. On one hand, technological innovations are driving a new era of insurance methodology, including the automating of tasks and improving…

Read More

Categories:

What do young professionals expect from older insurance managers?

By: Luke Jones|September 19, 2019|9:20 pm

Dollarphotoclub_48281250-32.jpg

Insurers are finding ways to attract young professionals to an industry where an age gap is an issue. At the recent Risk and Insurance Management Society (RIMS) Canada Conference, a…

Read More

Categories:

Insurtech is facing regulatory stumbling blocks

By: Luke Jones|September 17, 2019|10:09 pm

Digital

Insurtech is gaining plenty of traction as the potential future of the insurance industry. However, there is no situation where it will likely to replace the traditional broker network, according…

Read More

Categories:

Cat events in Canada near $1 billion in 2019

By: Luke Jones|September 14, 2019|10:36 pm

Dollarphotoclub_71835416-41.jpg

Catastrophic weather events continue to be a significant problem in Canada and insured losses from cat events in 2019 are already rattling towards $1 billion. Indeed, there is close to…

Read More

Categories:

Cannabis industry in Canada is expanding as insurers and government stall

By: Luke Jones|September 10, 2019|6:52 pm

marijuana-1.jpg

Cannabis legalization in Canada is reaching a year old with the first anniversary of the Canada Act incoming on October 17. However, while legalization is now maturing, the regulatory framework…

Read More

Categories:

How brokers will remain valuable in the online insurance age

By: Luke Jones|August 15, 2019|6:29 pm

Innovation

Consumers are making a transition online when looking for insurance, making insurance analysts suggest its time companies adopt a Netflix-like approach to selling coverage. However, Elmira-based broker Tim Waters says…

Read More

Categories:

How the M&A market is affecting brokers in Canada

By: Luke Jones|August 14, 2019|6:16 pm

In recent years, many have predicted the insurance industry will become defined by merger and acquisition (M&A) activity. However, how does that prediction hold up for the Canadian brokerage network?…

Read More

Categories:

Fraud more likely in online insurance than other industries

By: Luke Jones|September 30, 2019|5:25 pm

Online-Insurance

While consumers are increasingly moving online to find and purchase their insurance products, the ease of acquiring coverage does not necessarily translate to safety from fraud. Indeed, new research has…

Read More

Categories:

What risks are young insurers most concerned about

By: Luke Jones|September 24, 2019|7:48 pm

Risk-picserver-reuse-6.jpg

While the auto insurance market continues to cause major problems and the threat of climate change is ever present, there are other risks keeping insurers up at night. At the…

Read More

Categories:

Insurance digital adoption leave industry looking like “dinosaurs” says IBC

By: Luke Jones|September 23, 2019|1:33 pm

Digital

During a speech at the National Insurance Conference of Canada (NICC) today, Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) CEO Don Forgeron said Canadian insurers must look “like dinosaurs” due to a…

Read More

Categories:

Technology is making the current insurance market unique

By: Luke Jones|September 23, 2019|7:24 am

Digital

Technology is playing an interesting role in the insurance industry. On one hand, technological innovations are driving a new era of insurance methodology, including the automating of tasks and improving…

Read More

Categories:

What do young professionals expect from older insurance managers?

By: Luke Jones|September 19, 2019|9:20 pm

Dollarphotoclub_48281250-32.jpg

Insurers are finding ways to attract young professionals to an industry where an age gap is an issue. At the recent Risk and Insurance Management Society (RIMS) Canada Conference, a…

Read More

Categories:

Insurtech is facing regulatory stumbling blocks

By: Luke Jones|September 17, 2019|10:09 pm

Digital

Insurtech is gaining plenty of traction as the potential future of the insurance industry. However, there is no situation where it will likely to replace the traditional broker network, according…

Read More

Categories:

Cat events in Canada near $1 billion in 2019

By: Luke Jones|September 14, 2019|10:36 pm

Dollarphotoclub_71835416-41.jpg

Catastrophic weather events continue to be a significant problem in Canada and insured losses from cat events in 2019 are already rattling towards $1 billion. Indeed, there is close to…

Read More

Categories:

Cannabis industry in Canada is expanding as insurers and government stall

By: Luke Jones|September 10, 2019|6:52 pm

marijuana-1.jpg

Cannabis legalization in Canada is reaching a year old with the first anniversary of the Canada Act incoming on October 17. However, while legalization is now maturing, the regulatory framework…

Read More

Categories:

How brokers will remain valuable in the online insurance age

By: Luke Jones|August 15, 2019|6:29 pm

Innovation

Consumers are making a transition online when looking for insurance, making insurance analysts suggest its time companies adopt a Netflix-like approach to selling coverage. However, Elmira-based broker Tim Waters says…

Read More

Categories:

How the M&A market is affecting brokers in Canada

By: Luke Jones|August 14, 2019|6:16 pm

In recent years, many have predicted the insurance industry will become defined by merger and acquisition (M&A) activity. However, how does that prediction hold up for the Canadian brokerage network?…

Read More

Categories:

Fraud more likely in online insurance than other industries

By: Luke Jones|September 30, 2019|5:25 pm

Online-Insurance

While consumers are increasingly moving online to find and purchase their insurance products, the ease of acquiring coverage does not necessarily translate to safety from fraud. Indeed, new research has…

Read More

Categories:

What risks are young insurers most concerned about

By: Luke Jones|September 24, 2019|7:48 pm

Risk-picserver-reuse-6.jpg

While the auto insurance market continues to cause major problems and the threat of climate change is ever present, there are other risks keeping insurers up at night. At the…

Read More

Categories:

Insurance digital adoption leave industry looking like “dinosaurs” says IBC

By: Luke Jones|September 23, 2019|1:33 pm

Digital

During a speech at the National Insurance Conference of Canada (NICC) today, Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) CEO Don Forgeron said Canadian insurers must look “like dinosaurs” due to a…

Read More

Categories:

Technology is making the current insurance market unique

By: Luke Jones|September 23, 2019|7:24 am

Digital

Technology is playing an interesting role in the insurance industry. On one hand, technological innovations are driving a new era of insurance methodology, including the automating of tasks and improving…

Read More

Categories:

What do young professionals expect from older insurance managers?

By: Luke Jones|September 19, 2019|9:20 pm

Dollarphotoclub_48281250-32.jpg

Insurers are finding ways to attract young professionals to an industry where an age gap is an issue. At the recent Risk and Insurance Management Society (RIMS) Canada Conference, a…

Read More

Categories:

Insurtech is facing regulatory stumbling blocks

By: Luke Jones|September 17, 2019|10:09 pm

Digital

Insurtech is gaining plenty of traction as the potential future of the insurance industry. However, there is no situation where it will likely to replace the traditional broker network, according…

Read More

Categories:

Cat events in Canada near $1 billion in 2019

By: Luke Jones|September 14, 2019|10:36 pm

Dollarphotoclub_71835416-41.jpg

Catastrophic weather events continue to be a significant problem in Canada and insured losses from cat events in 2019 are already rattling towards $1 billion. Indeed, there is close to…

Read More

Categories:

Cannabis industry in Canada is expanding as insurers and government stall

By: Luke Jones|September 10, 2019|6:52 pm

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Cannabis legalization in Canada is reaching a year old with the first anniversary of the Canada Act incoming on October 17. However, while legalization is now maturing, the regulatory framework…

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How brokers will remain valuable in the online insurance age

By: Luke Jones|August 15, 2019|6:29 pm

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Consumers are making a transition online when looking for insurance, making insurance analysts suggest its time companies adopt a Netflix-like approach to selling coverage. However, Elmira-based broker Tim Waters says…

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How the M&A market is affecting brokers in Canada

By: Luke Jones|August 14, 2019|6:16 pm

In recent years, many have predicted the insurance industry will become defined by merger and acquisition (M&A) activity. However, how does that prediction hold up for the Canadian brokerage network?…

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