IBAC CEO steps down
Published: June 23, 2016
Updated: July 24, 2018
Author: Luke Jones
CATEGORY: Industry News
The Insurance Brokers Association of Canada (IBAC) has announced that its current CEO, Dan Danyluk, has stepped down and left the group. In a press release dated Monday, the organization said that Danyluk has left with immediate effect and wished him luck in future projects.
“The board of directors wishes to thank Dan for his dedicated work both for the organization and the insurance sector over the last 13 years,” IBAC said in the release. “We wish him the very best of luck in his future endeavors.”
No other details were provided in the release.
IBAC represents 11 regional and provincial property and casualty insurance associations across Canada, a trade organization that represents brokers in the country. 35,000 brokers are under the wing of the Insurance Brokers Association. The group also works for consumers and aims to enhance the customer-broker relationship.
Before becoming CEO of IBAC, Danyluk was the managing director of Crawford & Danyluk Insurance Brokers Ltd. a Delaware based company that he founded in Ontario. He was with the company for 19 years.
Previously Danyluk, who previously worked as a research economist for Ontario’s Ministry of Labour, has been with IBAC for 12 years and became vice president of the board in 2002. He has also served as a president of the Insurance Brokers Association of Ontario (IBAO).
“IBAC works to elevate the status of insurance brokers through professional development and by establishing approved standards of qualification and ethical practice. IBAC’s licensing courses and education programs ensure that brokers are equipped to provide the highest quality, best informed advice to consumers.”