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Canadian Insurance Top Broker Events

Top Broker Summit

REGISTER TODAY for the 2015 Canadian Insurance Top Broker Summit. It is scheduled for November 30th, at The Ritz Carlton Hotel in Toronto.

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

CE Credits
The conference agenda will be submitted for RIBO accreditation as soon as we can fill the agenda. **Attendees must attend for the FULL event to receive credits


Click here for full coverage of the 2014 Top Broker Summit

For information about sponsorship
, contact Stefanie MacDonald, publisher, Canadian Insurance Top Broker

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