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Your clients are ready to dive in to their vacation. Are you helping them breathe easy?

Swimming in a crystal blue ocean, soaking up a warm tropical sun. Travelling is all about the experiences that help you become one with the moment. But when those experiences result in the unexpected, travel protection becomes a universal need.

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Claims whack-a-mole: what’s going on in property lines?

As if mounting auto insurance losses aren’t enough, the industry now has a new emerging issue to worry about this year – an alarming spike in home and commercial property claims. Catastrophe losses and fire are among the chief culprits

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Tornado damage: View from the ground

Claims adjusters are reporting a wide range of claims from the two tornadoes that tore through the Ottawa-Gatineau area Friday. “The tornado event is considered to be more like a ‘pocket storm,’” Kumar Sivakumaran, vice president of national operations with

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Why brokers should ‘shoot the breeze’ with clients

While brokers communicate with clients for a variety of reasons, such as renewals and claims, “shooting the breeze” can be just as beneficial for the business, suggests a speaker scheduled to address next month’s Insurance Brokers Association of Ontario annual

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Ottawa Insurance Industry Monthly Social

This monthly social event is intended to be a new and fun networking event for anyone working in the Insurance Industry in the Ottawa area. This event is open to any insurance professionals working in personal lines, commercial lines or

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How cyber risk managers can detect something that does not look right

Machine learning – which some brokers use to make chatbots – can also help companies improve cyber risk by flagging abnormal activity. Machine learning is a type of artificial intelligence, which mimics human cognition and activities, such as identifying patterns.

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Canadian firms fall behind in adoption of artificial intelligence: Forbes

MONTREAL – A new report says artificial intelligence deployment has not yet been a “real success” for Canadian companies, in spite of the country’s reputation as an AI hotbed. The study from Forbes Insights ranks Canada last out of 10

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EFI Global appoints Steve Starna senior professional geoscientist

EDMONTON,  AB, Sept. 24, 2018 /insPRESS – EFI Global, a full-service international consulting firm specializing in forensic engineering, environmental, fire investigation and specialty consulting services, appoints Steve Starna to its operations as senior professional geoscientist. Steve Starna | senior professional geoscientist

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IFRS 17: Filling the Gaps in Data & Technology Systems

IFRS 17 is an accounting standard that will result in a complete overhaul of an insurer’s financial statements, though finance alone cannot work through this complex change in isolation. Considering the significance of the impact across the organization, IFRS 17

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What made the Dunrobin tornado so unique

One tornado that struck the Dunrobin, Ont. area Friday was only the second EF3 twister to touch down in the province in September or later – and the first during this time period in 120 years, said Glenn McGillivray, managing

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