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Overcoming the Big Talent Crunch

Overcoming the Big Talent Crunch

P&C players are grappling with a talent shortage and succession planning. What are insurers and brokers doing to get new recruits in the door and keep experienced ones from walking out?

Ready. Set. Recruit.

Ready. Set. Recruit.

Succession gaps. Tight budgets. The big talent crunch. These days your recruitment and retention strategies need to look beyond compensation…

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Most Canadians living in high-risk flood areas don’t know it

Most Canadians living in high-risk flood areas don’t know it

The P&C industry has a role to play in educating homeowners on the consequences of flooding, says university director

IBAO’s Young Brokers Conference will have first team competition

IBAO’s Young Brokers Conference will have first team competition

The 2017 YBC is slated for June 7-9 in Niagara Falls

Quake that hit parts of Canada shines spotlight on earthquake insurance

Quake that hit parts of Canada shines spotlight on earthquake insurance

The biggest barrier to Canadians avoiding coverage is they don’t see earthquakes as a risk: IBC research

The Compliance Conundrum

The Compliance Conundrum

Imagine a compliance technology system in which datafeeds from various business units can be pulled into a single dashboard to produce an aggregate view of …

Broker Corner: Glass Ceiling, Shattered

Broker Corner: Glass Ceiling, Shattered

From humble beginnings, Michelle Tremblay, managing director of St. Clair Insurance Brokers in Windsor, grew a struggling $7M brokerage to almost $30M in only three …

Good Measures

Good Measures

Regulators are pooling data on the ways insurers treat customers. Here’s how the numbers will help.

A Nose for Fraud

A Nose for Fraud

It’s up to insurance companies to leverage data analytics to fight auto insurance fraud, and up to brokers to help “sniff out” the perpetrators…

A New Defence

A New Defence

Today, anyone owning a cellphone, car or coffeemaker could unknowingly contribute to a cyberattack. And sometimes it’s not about the money. How will insurers keep up?

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