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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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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

The post P&C Brokerage Industry – Let’s talk Management Buy-ins appeared first on insBlogs.

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

The post P&C Brokerage Industry – Let’s talk Management Buy-ins appeared first on insBlogs.

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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