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P&C Brokerages – How to Survive the COVID-19 Financial Crisis

Someone once asked Ernest Hemingway how he went bankrupt and he responded, “Two ways. Gradually, then suddenly.” This short piece is intended to provide you with strategies to protect your brokerage and position yourself for the recovery that will follow

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2020 M&A Trends in Canada’s P&C Insurance Industry

We have written this piece to share our observations on issues that have an impact on mergers and acquisitions (M&A) activity in the Canadian Property and Casualty (P&C) Insurance Industry. These observations are based on divestiture processes we have been

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Insurance and Innovation

Why Insurance Needs to Innovate Late last year AM Best released their new methodology and criteria on scoring and assessing innovation. “Innovation is becoming increasingly critical to the long-term success of all insurers. With innovation, companies can develop sustainable competitive

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P&C Brokerage Industry – Let’s talk Management Buy-ins

Let me start by saying that some of the best managed and most profitable brokerages in Canada are employee-owned. We believe that every succession planning process should, at the very least, consider this option. When talking about management buy-ins, a

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P&C Brokerage Industry – Let’s talk Management Buy-ins

Let me start by saying that some of the best managed and most profitable brokerages in Canada are employee-owned. We believe that every succession planning process should, at the very least, consider this option. When talking about management buy-ins, a

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P&C Brokerage Industry – Let’s talk Management Buy-ins

Let me start by saying that some of the best managed and most profitable brokerages in Canada are employee-owned. We believe that every succession planning process should, at the very least, consider this option. When talking about management buy-ins, a

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P&C Brokerage Industry – Let’s talk Management Buy-ins

Let me start by saying that some of the best managed and most profitable brokerages in Canada are employee-owned. We believe that every succession planning process should, at the very least, consider this option. When talking about management buy-ins, a

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P&C Brokerage Industry – Let’s talk Management Buy-ins

Let me start by saying that some of the best managed and most profitable brokerages in Canada are employee-owned. We believe that every succession planning process should, at the very least, consider this option. When talking about management buy-ins, a

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P&C Brokerage Industry – Let’s talk Management Buy-ins

Let me start by saying that some of the best managed and most profitable brokerages in Canada are employee-owned. We believe that every succession planning process should, at the very least, consider this option. When talking about management buy-ins, a

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P&C Brokerage Industry – Let’s talk Management Buy-ins

Let me start by saying that some of the best managed and most profitable brokerages in Canada are employee-owned. We believe that every succession planning process should, at the very least, consider this option. When talking about management buy-ins, a

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