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2016 Canadian Insurance Top Broker Summit



Canadian Insurance Top Broker was proud to once again host the Top Broker Summit. This year, the conference was held on November 14 at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel. The Top Broker Summit is a day of education and networking that gives top producing commercial insurance brokers the opportunity to hear from industry leaders and speak with senior-level risk managers. This exclusive single-day event is designed to provide delegates with the business intelligence they need to grow their book, differentiate themselves from the competition and create winning long-term strategies.

The event's aim is to also bring together the brokers, risk managers and insurance executives in a mutually beneficial forum. Attendees are made up of top producing insurance brokers, broker owners and broker management, senior risk managers and insurers.


The Top Broker Summit is reserved for brokers only. Non-brokers are welcome to attend with a sponsorship or table purchase.



Coverage of the 2015 Top Broker Summit




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CONTACT INFORMATION

For general agenda inquiries, please contact project manager, Jennifer Hughey
For future sponsorship opportunities, please contact Stefanie MacDonald
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416-642-5675 ext. 2225
http://www.starlightinsurancegala.myevent.com/
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Think on Your Feet® provides a practical, intensive and interactive workshop to help people speak spontaneously with CLARITY, BREVITY AND IMPACT®. Come and learn to:

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The Insurance Institute of Canada partnered with McLuhan & Davies Communications, Inc to make the world renowned Think on Your Feet® course available to insurance professionals through the Insurance Institute. Karen Bergin is the IIC certified Think on Your Feet® facilitator.

May 9 Insuring Seasonal Homes WEBINAR - Online Fees: $125 + $NA non-members Organizer: IBAO http://www.ibao.org/education/webinars/insuring-seasonal-homes/ Many policyholders are captivated by the lure of owning a vacation home. Whether the property is a park model trailer, an ocean side retreat or a mountainside ski condo, brokers must understand the unique insurance needs of all forms of seasonal dwellings.

Objectives

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May 9 Celebrate, Refresh & Relax 279 Yonge St, 2nd Floor, Toronto, ON Fees: Standard $69.03, New FCIP Grad Free Organizer: Insurance Institute http://www.insuranceinstitute.ca/en/institutes-and-chapters/Ontario/Greater-Toronto-Area/Events/Event-Details.aspx?eventId=9786 Formerly the Fellows’ Reception.

All are welcome to join us for a relaxed and informal social gathering at the Hard Rock Cafe!

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To register, email gtaevents@insuranceinstitute.ca.
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Kidnapping is big business. There are an estimated 8,000 kidnappings worldwide each year with annual global takings of $500 million. With a vast increase in kidnapping over the last six years, it is becoming a fact of life in many of the world’s most dangerous territories.

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  • Enhancements & endorsements
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Fees: Standard $67.00 Organizer: Insurance Institute http://www.insuranceinstitute.ca/en/institutes-and-chapters/Ontario/Greater-Toronto-Area/Events/Event-Details.aspx?eventId=9904 GTA NORTH LOCATION

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Reserve your spot. Register today!
Jun 1 Battle of the Insurance Bands - Calgary Atlantic Trap & Gill, 510 Heritage Drive SW, Calgary, AB Fees: BOIB Ticket $23.80 Organizer: Insurance Institute http://www.insuranceinstitute.ca/en/insurance-education/Events/Event.aspx?eventId=9773 Get Ready to Rock for Charity on June 1!

Bring your friends, family and colleagues for this this fabulous night of live entertainment and networking. We’ll have a great lineup of bands to provide you with an evening of music and fun! And the key is that a member of each band must be tied to the p&c industry so it will be people you know up there on stage playing their hearts out!

Tickets $25 and include a drink and burger

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Jun 2 15th Annual CIP Society Golf Tournament Hazelmere Golf Course, 18150 8th Avenue, Surrey, BC Organizer: Insurance Institute Contact: Winnie Hon
604.681.5491 x 21
http://www.insuranceinstitute.ca/en/insurance-education/Events/Event.aspx?eventId=10002 Spring is late this year but that's not stopping us from getting ready for golf season!

Tournament sells out every year so register early to avoid disappointment!

SCHEDULE
  • 11 am Registration
  • 12 pm BBQ Lunch
  • 1 pm Tee off
  • 7 pm Dinner

11 am – 12:30 pm Complimentary driving range

FORMAT
Texas Scramble – Shotgun Start

PRICING (includes GST)
$180 CIP Society Members (CIP & FCIP Graduates)
$225 Non-CIP Society Members (including IIBC Members)
Fee includes Golf, Power Cart, Lunch, Dinner & Wine

PRIZES
  • Team Prizes
  • Hole-in-One
  • Longest Drive
  • Closest to the Pin
  • Grand prize
Jun 5 - 6 13th Annual Canadian Captives & Corporate Insurance Strategies Summit One King West, Toronto, ON http://www.captivesinsurance.com/ As the only gathering of its kind in Canada it is the must-attend event for risk managers, current and prospective captive owners, captive managers, and others working in risk management and corporate insurance.

Whether you’re just considering a captive or looking to fine tune your captive strategy, this conference has something to offer you. Keep abreast of regulatory changes, tax updates and innovative investment strategies. Don’t miss out!

Take away solutions to your challenges including:

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  • Investment Strategies

We currently have industry leaders from Kelly Services, Lafarge North America, Province of Nova Scotia, Butler University, Marsh Canada and many more.
Jun 5 CIP Society Fellows’ Golf Tournament Diamond Back Golf Club, 13300 Leslie Street, Richmond Hill, ON Fees: FCIP Graduate $248.00, CIP Graduate $265.00, IIO or Non-Member $275.00 Organizer: Insurance Institute http://www.insuranceinstitute.ca/en/institutes-and-chapters/Ontario/Greater-Toronto-Area/Events/Event-Details.aspx?eventId=9905 NEW VENUE FOR 2017!

The CIP Society GTA invites you and guests to our annual Fellows’ Golf Tournament at Diamond Back Golf Club in Richmond Hill.

Join us… and spend a fun-filled day in beautiful surroundings with great friends and partners.

This course is playable for less skilled golfers, while better players have a great time attacking it and meeting challenges. The front nine is defined by hill and dale and lots of water, while the mature-looking back nine dips into valley lands carved out of thick trees. Invite a colleague or business partner for networking, great golf, and a delectable meal to cap off the day.

Scramble format

Please advise of any special dietary requirements or special needs.

Substitutions welcome. Sorry, no refunds.

Sponsorship opportunities available. Please contact gtaevents@insuranceinstitute.ca.

AGENDA
8:30am – 10 am – Registration/Continental Breakfast
10:30am – Shotgun Start
4:00pm – Cocktails
5:30pm – Dinner
The price of our golf tournament includes breakfast, lunch, dinner and hors d’oeuvres.
Jun 15 CIP Society: Wine & Cheese & Learn: Farm Insurance Ottawa Chapter Office 300-1335 Carling Ave., Ottawa, ON Speaker(s): Alice Van Vught, CIP, Training Specialist - The Commonwell Mutual Insurance Group Fees: IIO Member: $30.00 Organizer: Insurance Institute Contact: 613-722-7870 http://www.insuranceinstitute.ca/en/institutes-and-chapters/Ontario/Events/Event-Details?eventId=10004 Ontario’s agriculture sector is a major economic engine… More than 80,000 Ontarians make their living on farms!

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  • Livestock
  • Produce
  • Business Interruption
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RIBO Accreditation: 1.5 Hours Technical

The price of our wine & cheese events includes afternoon refreshments.
Jun 21 - 22 7th Annual Digital Marketing for Financial Services Summit Westin Harbour Castle, Toronto, ON http://www.financialdigitalmarketing.com/ The Digital Marketing for Financial Services Summit is the largest gathering of financial digital marketers in Canada. This exclusive marketing conference is the only event designed specifically to give Financial Institutions the tools to elevate their digital strategy and build business. Gain practical strategies and guidance to:

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  • Break through the noise with expert analytics and attribution strategies
  • Adopt creative strategies from disruptors and innovators in finance
  • Create targeted and personalized experiences with big data
  • Reach and engage customers while respecting regulations and privacy laws

Overcome the unique challenges marketers face in financial services and take away tactics from the best in the industry at this one-stop event — just for Canada!
Jun 29 7th Annual Silvercrest Golf Tournament Sirocco Golf Club Comp 21 Site 13 RR 9, Calgary, AB Organizer: Silvercrest Insurance Group http://www.silvercrestinsurance.ca/News/News.aspx Silvercrest Insurance Group is proud to present our 7th Annual Charity Golf Tournament in support of WICC - Women in Insurance Cancer Crusade.

Thursday, June 29th, 2017 at the Sirocco Golf Club. Enjoy a day of golf, including dinner and prizes.

For more information please contact:

Diane Jones - 403-201-1232 ext 117
email:diane@silvercrestinsurance.ca

Ankine Malkhassian - 403-201-1232 ext 103
email:ankine@silvercrestinsurance.ca

Registration deadline: June 15, 2017
Aug 14 2017 WICC Ottawa drive FORE hope Golf Tournament Camelot Golf and Country Club 906 Quigley Hill Road,, Cumberland, ON Fees: $1,100 (per foursome + HST) Organizer: WICC https://wicc.ca/on/event-registration/?ee=9 A round could make a difference!!!!!

It's time to register for WICC Ottawa's 7th Annual ‘drive FORE hope’ Golf Tournament on August 14th, 2017 at Camelot Golf and Country Club, east of Ottawa.

Foursomes compete in a day long event that includes complimentary use of the driving range, putting greens and pro staff, and includes lunch, dinner and silent auction as well as prizes and raffles. Come join us for a great day of fun in the sun!
Aug 30 13th Annual Beach Volleyball Tournament Baranga's on the Beach, 380 Van Wagner's Beach Rd., Hamilton, ON Fees: Player $53.10, Dinner only $26.55 Organizer: Insurance Institute http://www.insuranceinstitute.ca/en/institutes-and-chapters/Ontario/Events/Event-Details?eventId=10028 Our Annual Beach Volleyball has been called the networking event of the year. Join the local CIP Society at Baranga's on the Beach on Wednesday, August 30st, 2017. Register your team now to join in the fun! This is also an excellent team building exercise. We also accept individual registrations (we will find a team for you)!

Competitive and Recreation Divisions

Interested in playing and not on a team? Contact Us and we will find you a team!

Please note:
Price includes volleyball tournament, meal, and prizes
Sep 6 14th Annual WICC Golf Charity Fundraiser Westwood Plateau Golf & Country Club, Coquitlam, BC Fees: $250.00 per player (Golf, Box Lunch & Dinner) or $75.00 per person (Dinner only) Organizer: WICC https://wicc.ca/bc/event-registration/?ee=20 Join us on Thursday, September 6th for an 18-hole Texas scramble at the beautiful Westwood Plateau Golf & Country Club & experience the finest Mountain Golf Course in British Columbia! Participants enjoy lunch and dinner during the day. The event also includes a golfer giveaway, raffle prizes and a silent auction. Join us for this great event in support of cancer research!

GOLF TICKETS:
$250.00 per player (Golf, Box Lunch & Dinner)

DINNER ONLY (limited seats):
$75.00 per person

SCHEDULE:
10:30 am to noon - Registration
12:30 am - Shotgun Start (18 Holes)
5:30 pm - Post-game refreshments
7:00 pm - Dinner & Fundraising

DRESS CODE IN EFFECT: No denim. Soft spike golf shoes only.
Sep 7 Beach Volleyball Tournament Devil's Den Beach Volleyball, 745 Winchester Road W, Brooklin, ON Fees: Team (up to 6 players): $230.00 (plus tax) Organizer: Insurance Institute Contact: Heather Tanner
416-362-8586 ext: 2222
http://www.insuranceinstitute.ca/en/institutes-and-chapters/Ontario/Kawartha-Durham/Events/Event-Details.aspx?eventId=10016 Join us for an action packed afternoon in the sand! The CIP Society and Durham Brokers Association invite you to join us for a little friendly competition! Register a team today and take on other industry professionals outside the office in a beach volleyball tournament.

Prices:
CIP Society and/or Durham Brokers Association Team (up to 6 players): $230.00 (plus tax)

Individual registration is also available

To register a team or for help please email Heather Tanner or phone 416-362-8586 ext: 2222
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Objectives

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Hosted by IVANS, the conference features powerful educational sessions specifically designed to demonstrate and discuss the many benefits of digital distribution and automated servicing throughout the insurance lifecycle. This unique event offers new, actionable insights on how to leverage the IVANS network of more than 30,000 agencies and 380 MGAs and insurers to identify new business opportunities and markets, as well as data-driven market insights, to drive profitable growth. In addition to IVANS Connect, insurers and MGAs will have the opportunity during the Applied Net conference to participate in more than 200 educational sessions, inspiring keynote presentations and networking opportunities that will explore how to take advantage of the opportunities created by the digital transformation of insurance.

“The digital transformation of insurance is providing new, innovative ways for the industry to distribute products and service customers,” said Thad Bauer, vice president and general manager, IVANS Insurance Solutions. “IVANS Connect is a unique forum for key industry stakeholders to participate in powerful educational sessions and networking to further recognize the benefits of increased connectivity throughout the insurance lifecycle.”

Register now for IVANS Connect 2017

Join the conversation on Twitter with hashtag #IVANSConnect
Sep 25 - 28 Applied Net 2017 MGM Grand, Las Vegas, Nevada Organizer: Applied Systems and Applied Client Network http://appliednet.com/ Industry's leading agents, brokers and insurers to discuss the opportunities created by the digital transformation of insurance; registration now open.

This year's conference theme, The Digital Transformation of Insurance, focuses on how agencies, brokerages and insurers that embrace digital transformation are well positioned to adapt to today's customer service realities and capitalize on new business opportunities. As the leading forum for innovation and education, Applied Net 2017 promises more than 200 educational sessions, inspiring keynote presentations and networking opportunities to explore how to take advantage of the opportunities created by the digital transformation of insurance.

“Year after year, Applied Net brings together the largest global gathering of independent agents, brokers and insurers to address technology and industry developments,” said Reid French, chief executive officer, Applied Systems. “This year's Applied Net will evaluate how new innovations are changing consumer expectations and driving digital transformation across the insurance industry.”

Register for Applied Net 2017

Join the conversation on Twitter on hashtag #AppliedNet
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This event is loaded with exceptional speakers and panels on topics as diverse as straight talk from global risk managers, straight talk from millennials, an outstanding global leaders’ panel, post mortems on the Fort Mac catastrophe, a public policy debate on flood insurance and underinsurance, the c-suite vs. analytics, drones and sensors as industry tools, the auto insurance state of the union and the insurtech revolution. Registration is now open.
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