Burns, burglary and bouncers - insuring those in the hospitality industry requires a certain level of bravery
Brokers advised to warn clients about precarious conditions during the winter season
The industry has always rewarded innovation, which tends to come from the specialty side of the business, says veteran
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Strategic networks are built on relationships, but what type of networker are you?
A prominent insurance intermediary and MGA has announced a major corporate appointment at its Toronto office.
The deregulation of alcohol in Ontario brings new liability issues to the forefront of public discourse. A hospitality MGA expert shares his insights.
A major managing general agency announced this morning it has acquired of a Quebec-based wholesaler, expanding the reach of the company in the Canadian market.
Selling insurance in Newfoundland has become a lot more interesting and challenging, says one broker, who is banking on new products absorbing the economic hit from dropping oil prices.