Insurance is responding to changing health and workplace dynamics, says Lorne Marr
The policy holds those claiming mental disabilities to a stricter standard of proof
One West Coast player is utilizing an up-and-coming form of insurance to ensure his financial future as he heads into the final year of a make-or-break contract.
A new poll suggests many pre-retirees are ill equipped to handle a serious health event but there are ways to ensure clients are covered.
The president and CEO of one of North America’s biggest life insurance companies has been tapped to be the first woman to chair the board of directors for the Canadian Life and Health Insurance Association.
Another big purchase is highlighting the pension pressure of Canada’s largest players.
There’s no getting around the fact that customers like to do business with people they actually like, and in today’s market, building effective client relationships is more vital than ever.
One life insurer has made things just a little bit easier for MGAs using data management system providers during applications.