Globe & Mail Insurance Trends Report: November 2018
Toronto, ON (Nov. 29, 2018) – The Business section in yesterday’s Globe & Mail features a special report on insurance industry trends. One article, by Debbie Coull-Cicchini, Executive Vice President for Ontario, Western & Atlantic Canada at Intact Insurance, looks at “Joining Forces to Combat Cyber-Crime.” This is certainly a key risk that all of us, business and personal, now face, and one we should be addressing – and insuring.
In addition, Insurance-Canada.ca partners Patrick Vice and Doug Grant contribute their thoughts about industry focus areas such as customer experience and product innovation.
Read the full report:
With a look at innovative, technology-enabled insurance solutions:
• “Advanced technology helping to revolutionize risk mitigation” (the online version of the second article in the report).
And finally, a supplement on the industry ramifications of automation:
• “What automation means for insurance jobs” (online at globeandmail.com).
These articles will be of interest to insurance professionals and business readers.
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