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CANADIAN INSURANCE TOP BROKER SUMMIT 2016
Save this date for this year's Top Broker Summit on November 14th at the Ritz-Carlton hotel in downtown Toronto. Click here to see the agenda, sponsor information and speakers for the event.
PRICINGEarlybird Rate (until September 16) = $400 + HST
Regular Rate (after September 16) = $450 + HST
Table of 10 = $3,800 + HST
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(416) 368-0777 x5 email@example.com http://www.niccanada.com Whether you are an insurance or reinsurance company executive, a broker, a regulator, a risk-manager or an industry partner, the National Insurance Conference of Canada (NICC) is designed with you in mind. This high level conference addresses the many diverse and complex issues facing leaders of the Canadian property and casualty insurance sector.
WICC Québec will be holding its annual fundraising event on October 25th, 2016 at Le Windsor hotel in Montreal.
Under the theme “Mobilising the Industry in the fight for life”, this gala event will bring together a large public from the insurance industry. Since its creation in Ontario, in 1996, WICC has given over $6.5 million to the Canadian Cancer Society for research, through the support of the insurance industry and with the help of industry volunteers dedicated to the cause.
The young Quebec Chapter has raised $100,000 last year for the Canadian Cancer Society.
We hope that you will join us. Please register on-line
The third annual International Cyber Risk Management Conference brings together a world class roster of experts with cross-sector, global and multidisciplinary expertise to share knowledge, lessons learned, and methodology on cyber security. “We are delighted to build on last year’s very successful ICRMC. Structuring our agenda based on delegate feedback, the exceptional 2017 Advisory Committee is determined to provide engaging high-profile speakers and compelling content – to share knowledge, captivate and educate. The 2017 agenda focuses on closing the gaps, and we’re confident you will leave this conference with skills and knowledge to apply at work tomorrow,” says Joel Baker, President and CEO of MSA Research Inc., and host of the conference.
“Cyber security has grown as a global pandemic. Organizations of all sizes are struggling with questions on how to mitigate, manage, and transfer cyber risk. During this time, all resources within an organization must work collectively – with a strong attention on closing the gaps that induce vulnerabilities,” says Ray Boisvert, ICRMC Emcee. Mr. Boisvert was formerly Assistant Director at the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS)