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Clients focused on insurer profitability and its connection to client satisfaction, the role of technology and possible terrorist threats.

Indonesian earthquake kills 100, destroys dozens of buildings

Indonesian earthquake kills 100, destroys dozens of buildings

Thousands take refuge in mosques after deadly Aceh quake.

Insurance industry needs more agility in response to technology: KPMG

Insurance industry needs more agility in response to technology: KPMG

Technology will remain a key driver in the “winning formula” for the insurance industry, consulting firm says.

The Co-operators appoints new COO of Sovereign

The Co-operators appoints new COO of Sovereign

Steve Phillips appointed Executive Vice President, Chief Operating Officer of The Sovereign General Insurance Company.

Replacement cost insurance no carte blanche for new building, court rules

Replacement cost insurance no carte blanche for new building, court rules

Ontario ruling finds owners only owed actual value of buildings.

Falling ice from Metro Vancouver bridges damages at least 40 vehicles

Falling ice from Metro Vancouver bridges damages at least 40 vehicles

Winter storm brought more than five centimetres of snow to the region Monday.

Young Insurance Professional of the Year Awards announced

Young Insurance Professional of the Year Awards announced

2016 YIP of the Year Awarded to Candace Colquhoun, AIG Canada.

Liberty Mutual acquires Ironshore Inc.

Liberty Mutual acquires Ironshore Inc.

Transaction is expected to close in the first half of 2017.

Insurer profitability, broker expertise key drivers of customer satisfaction: J.D. Power

Insurer profitability, broker expertise key drivers of customer satisfaction: J.D. Power

Among large commercial insurers, a distinct correlation is found between customer satisfaction and insurer profitability, study finds.

Tech companies move to target terrorist propaganda online

Tech companies move to target terrorist propaganda online

Facebook, Microsoft, Twitter and YouTube are joining forces to more quickly identify the worst terrorist propaganda.

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