RSA is one of Canada’s leading property and casualty insurance companies in terms of direct written premiums. Part of the RSA group of companies headed by RSA Insurance Group plc., RSA Canada sells home, car and business insurance through more than 800 brokers nationwide.
Top tips for staying safe on the roads this winter
With the icy Canadian winter just a few weeks away, RSA Canada is taking a stand in urging drivers to exercise increased levels of caution when on the road
5 ways to cut the cost of small business owners' automobile insurance
Mandip Hullait, Director, Commercial Auto, RSA Canada, shares her top 5 suggestions for how small business owners can cut the cost of their automobile insurance
How the insurance industry helped customers and brokers in their time of need
Insurance Business caught up with an industry insider to discuss the insurance industry’s reaction to the Fort McMurray wildfire
RSA introduces new document management system for commercial brokers
Named EZ-Docs, the new system is receiving high praise from brokers
RSA education program gets an A+ from brokers
Insurance Business sat down with two brokers who attended this year’s Making Partner program to get an insider’s view on the professional development course
How industry leaders can jump to the next level
Having recently celebrated its tenth edition, we look at how RSA’s Making Partner program helps brokers excel by delivering cutting edge education and development
RIMS takeaways: Globalization changing the face of risk exposures
You cannot provide coverage without understanding the risk – and a number of exposures are undergoing some very fundamental changes, presenting new challenges for risk managers
Renewing interest in energy coverage
The growth of the renewable energy sector has created opportunity for insurers – growth that is being fostered through partnerships between owners, brokers and insurers representing both industries.
Showing some love through content insurance
Valentine’s Day has come and gone, and those expensive rings and jewellery have been purchased and put away; but has content insurance been shown any love?
Walking the walk on corporate responsibility
Corporate responsibility has become a common expectation by customers and is an integral part of their purchase decision, but in real terms, what does that mean?