Can insurance keep up with technology?
At the recent Insurance-Canada Technology Conference, Jason Storah, Executive Vice-President of Broker Distribution at Aviva Canada, told eager listeners about how technological advances are changing the way insurance companies need to approach their business
Innovating in the name of safety
In partnership with the Institute for Catastrophic Loss Reduction (ICLR), Aviva Canada has launched Plan & Protect, a free mobile app that provides Canadians with customized information about what to do before, during and after a severe weather event or earthquake
It’s time to recognize Canada’s brightest young insurance professionals
Do you know a talented insurance pro under the age of 35? Give them the recognition they deserve by nominating them for Young Guns
Are your clients exposed to catastrophic Canadian weather?
Losses resulting from severe weather-related incidents are on the rise in Canada – are your clients at risk to some of the most common catastrophic weather events?
Insurers ‘vulnerable’ to cyber attacks, says regulatory body
Insurers’ connections to the financial industry and rich data make them prime targets, warns IAIS
Number 1 trend for 2016: Technology, says Ernst and Young
When it comes to the top issues that Canada’s P&C insurers are grappling with, technology leads the field
Insurance for Uber drivers proving popular
The new policy covering Uber drivers in Ontario has been doing a roaring trade since its launch last month for at least one brokerage
Aviva discusses rideshare insurance
One of the biggest criticisms of Uber and ridesharing services, is that insurance products catering to the sector are sorely lacking
Online broker merges price quotes with car buying
While shopping for best priced cars at dealer auctions, consumers see how chosen vehicle stacks up for auto insurance
Brokers must focus on cross selling and complex products
Agents need to learn new skills in order to close deals, and insurers must equip them with the right tools to do so, says consultancy