For insurance brokers, a move is a good time to talk to policyholders and adjust the protections included in the insurance policy. When making a big move, policyholders want to know: BEFORE MOVING 1. Should my insurer be told about a move, even if I’m renting? Whether you are a tenant or owner, it is […]
APRIL Canada, the largest independent MGA in Canada, revealed exciting insights it obtained about the MGA market through an online survey carried out recently. The survey, carried out by the independent Montreal based market research agency, Callosum, revealed how brokers choose their MGA partners and the key attributes they look for from an MGA. […]
While the U.K.’s decision to leave the European Union in the near future may seem like a relatively localized problem, its economic impact has reverberations worldwide, and likely will continue to do so for some time to come.
This summer again, many Canadian homeowners will rent their home or apartment on a short-term basis through platforms such as AirBnB or HomeAway. Short term rentals have become more and more popular among property owners, but few landlords measure the actual risks involved: theft, property damage, personal liability. That is why we’re delighted to offer our […]
Today is 1st April, the beginning of an important month for APRIL Canada, and the date where, in many countries, people participate in April Fools day.The 1st April is known as the day of creating elaborate pranks or hoaxes to fool others. Over the years, there have been many elaborate and fantastic hoaxes perpetrated on […]
During the month of April, we are saying “thank you” to our broker partners for their support. You can earn reward gifts based on the amount of new business that you place with APRIL this month.Starting at just two new policies bound in the month of APRIL, you will automatically be rewarded with aBluetooth Speaker. […]
Seasoned small business owners across Canada likely know full well the value of continually monitoring their insurance needs to ensure that the policies they control are keeping up with their actual needs.
Across Canada, there are many construction firms of various sizes who may deal with issues from time to time related to pollution.
Across Canada, millions of property owners may now be considering getting in on the fad of renting to temporary visitors through services such as Airbnb.
Each year, plenty of contractors all across Canada take on jobs both large and small, and some of them may come with some amount of environmental risk.
In the U.S., there has been a slow but steady adoption in recent years of so-called “usage-based” auto insurance that involves vehicles being tracked electronically. In theory, this allows consumers who are relatively safe drivers – those who don’t speed, avoid stopping short, and generally drive more defensively – to reduce their auto insurance costs […]