Scott Cober
Scott Cober
August 23, 2019
TRANSPORTATION SEMINAR PREVIEW: Market Report
Canadian transportation insurance market:

The Canadian heavy commercial long haul insurance market will continue to face automobile insurance premium increases for the remainder of this year and into 2020. Fleet insurance companies’ tight underwriting guidelines and strict risk management minimum standards have seen less than average fleet risks facing non-renewals with limited options to find coverage in the traditional insurance pool. The Transportation Industry and many trucking companies are turning to the Facility Association as a last alternative to secure mandatory automobile liability insurance coverage.
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Sara Runnalls
Sara Runnalls
July 29, 2019
RISKS MADE PUBLIC: Helping Canadian Municipalities navigate the risk management landscape
With the warm summer weather comes a variety of risks beyond sunburn and heatstroke! But one of the most common risks we see is the use of rented inflatable devices on municipal property.
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Ted Alexiadis
May 3, 2017
Guarantee shareholder value and eliminate buy-sell risk
There’s a tremendous need for life insurance to fund the buy-out agreement of two or more partners. This agreement is one of the most essential and important documents that business owners should have in their overall estate plan. This legal document not only provides for the smooth transfer of a business on the death of one of the business owners but if properly drawn, it also establishes a fair price for the business interest.
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Lyne Benoît
Lyne Benoît
March 29, 2017
Private or Public Company, Same Risks?
A common misconception is that Directors and Officers litigation and thus Directors and Officers Liability Insurance only affect publicly traded companies. This is largely due to the fact that a vast majority of the landmark cases and scandals that have garnered significant media attention have been related to public companies. It is thus easy to forget that private companies are subject to essentially the same set of corporate rules and regulations as public firms and, consequently face similar management liability litigation risk to that of public firms.
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Michael Sullo
Michael Sullo
March 15, 2017
Giving credit where credit is due – Trade Credit Insurance is more than Insurance
First things first, let’s start by defining Credit Insurance so we can properly understand the product:
“Trade credit insurance, business credit insurance, export credit insurance, or credit insurance is an insurance policy and a risk management product offered by private insurance companies and governmental export credit agencies to business entities wishing to protect their accounts receivable from loss due to credit risks such as protracted default, insolvency or bankruptcy.
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Kara Glauser
Kara Glauser
February 22, 2017
Waivers, the Misunderstood Risk Management Tool
At this time of year we move into the season where equestrians start thinking about the office work they may have neglected through the busy summer riding season! For equestrian clubs, coaches and facility owners, waivers are among one of the many items of concern to address. Do all riders and participants need to sign a waiver? Do I have to have them sign a new one every year? What should be included in my waiver?
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Rick Adam
Rick Adam
February 8, 2017
What's missing with your fire protection maintenance?
I am a huge fan of sprinkler protection. Sprinklers save lives, they protect property and they can somehow always manage to save or ruin the day in movies and TV. In short, they are usually great.
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