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Adapting to change

Adapting to change

What are some of the biggest technological opportunities—and challenges—brokers will face this year?

Insurance in the 21st century

Insurance in the 21st century

By now, we were expecting to have flying cars, hoverboards and self-tying running shoes—at least according to Back to the Future Part II.
Instead, we’re entering …

Fixing Ontario’s auto system

Fixing Ontario’s auto system

The Ontario government released its Fair Auto Insurance Plan last December. But it remains to be seen how much of it will be implemented, and whether or not it will help combat fraud.

A milestone for digital pink slips

A milestone for digital pink slips

Nova Scotia has approved electronic proof of auto insurance. Will other provinces follow suit?

Taking paper out of the process

Taking paper out of the process

Through technology, insurers are helping brokers get down to business

Cyber risks in oil and gas

Cyber risks in oil and gas

As energy and mining companies move toward automated industrial control systems, their vulnerability to crippling cyberattacks is becoming more acute

‘‘Hey Google, get me a car insurance quote.”

‘‘Hey Google, get me a car insurance quote.”

Canadians can now get car insurance quotes through Google Home and Amazon Alexa. Will this technology prove to be a game changer— and what does it mean for brokers?

Using data to sell a “grudge purchase”: ICTC 2018

Using data to sell a “grudge purchase”: ICTC 2018

The president of Sharp Insurance discusses customer experience

CEO Spotlight: Beazley Canada

CEO Spotlight: Beazley Canada

Phil Baker, president of Beazley Canada, talks cyber security and plans for growth

CEO Spotlight: Zurich Canada

CEO Spotlight: Zurich Canada

David Levinson discusses underwriter empowerment, specialty products and a new look for Zurich

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