Toronto, ON (May 19, 2021) – Canadian Broker Network (CBN), Canada’s leading network of independent insurance brokers, is pleased to announce the expansion of its membership. To our CBN member community, we welcome:
- Gaudreau Assurances (Montreal, QC);
- Nation West Insurance (Winnipeg, MB);
- Rogers McLean Shaw Insurance (Edmonton, AB); and
- Vienneau Insurance (Shediac, NB).
“As new members in our network, they keep the freedom of operating on their own but add the power and potential from their CBN peers, their new strategic partners,” said Andrew Kemp, Chairman of CBN. “We are excited they chose CBN and have joined our expanding CBN community.”
“The Canadian Broker Network is continuing with its growth plans,” says Lorie Phair, President of CBN. “If you’re an independent broker looking for a competitive advantage and industry scale and you meet our membership criteria; or, if you’re considering partnership or succession solutions, we’d like to hear from you. Please contact us to learn more about the potential with CBN.”
About the Canadian Broker Network
The Canadian Broker Network is an alliance of leading independent insurance brokerages representing more than $1.8 billion in property casualty premiums as well as employee benefits and life and financial services, with over 50 offices across Canada and more than 1,500 employees. We give independent, employee-owned brokerages a unique way to grow and innovate their businesses by leveraging the collective wisdom, experience, and connections of our members.
Maturing out of a forum dating back to 2002, originally designed to exchange best practices, CBN’s guiding principles of innovation, collaboration, commitment to growth, and independence ensures that members can deliver the best possible value proposition to their clients, employees, and insurer partners.
Fiercely independent & proudly Canadian. For more information on CBN, including a list of our members, please visit canadianbrokernetwork.com.
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