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Canadian Insurance Regulation Reporter - Newsletter + PDF

Your Source for Untangling Insurance- Regulatory Issues Canadian Insurance Regulation Reporter is the perfect companion for those seeking a firm grasp on the complex regulatory issues facing the Canadian insurance industry. This quarterly newsletter, featuring expert commentary from the industrys leading lawyers, academics and regulators , is a ...
Publication Language: English
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ISBN/ISSN: 9780433457480

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Your Source for Untangling Insurance-Regulatory Issues

Canadian Insurance Regulation Reporter is the perfect companion for those seeking a firm grasp on the complex regulatory issues facing the Canadian insurance industry. This quarterly newsletter, featuring expert commentary from the industry's leading lawyers, academics and regulators, is a vital tool for those looking for advice in a highly regulated industry where new requirements are continually being introduced.

Whether you're concerned about regulatory requirements and protocols relating to, among other things, governance, privacy, disclosure, conflicts of interest, AML/ATF, complaints reporting or outsourcing compliance, this invaluable publication will shed light on the key industry issues you face on a daily basis. Canadian Insurance Regulation Reporter provides commentary and expert analysis of all the important Canadian insurance industry developments and trends, a feature that makes this product unique among Canadian publications.

Features and Benefits

  • Expert analysis and commentary on the vital topics relating to insurance regulatory issues nationwide
  • Articles on the latest regulatory and compliance issues, especially of benefit to smaller financial institutions
  • Broad industry coverage of relevance to life and property and casualty insurers and reinsurers, brokers, agents and adjusters, and national and provincial regulators
  • Contributions from industry leaders
  • Commentary on the key challenges facing the industry, including governance, risk and compliance (GRC); disclosure, privacy, anti-money laundering and anti-terrorism financing
  • Analysis of important trends such as industry consolidation and restrictions on long-standing practices like the payment of contingent commissions and the use of finite reinsurance
  • Risk retention alternatives,including self-insurance and captive insurance
  • An Advisory Committee that includes some of the nation's top insurance industry participants, regulators and advisors
  • A product that is completely unique in the Canadian marketplace

Editorial Board:

Jeff Bear Chief Executive Officer Registered Insurance Brokers of Ontario

Paul Belanger Partner Blake, Cassels&; Graydon

J-P Bernier Vice-President&; General Counsel Canadian Life&; Health Insurance Association

Randy Bundus Vice-President, General Counsel&; Corporate Secretary Insurance Bureau of Canada

Anne Butler Vice-President, Legal and Corporate Secretary, Empire Financial Group

Stuart S. Carruthers Partner, Stikeman Elliot LLP

Greg Cowper Director, Approvals and Precedents OSFI

Michael Grist Deputy Superintendent, Insurance and Pensions BC Financial Institutions Commission, Current Chair of the CCIR

Richard Lococo Senior Vice-President and Deputy General Counsel, Manulife Financial Corporation

Robert McDowell Partner and Chair of Financial Institutions and Services Group, Fasken Martineau

Norma Nielson Professor&; Chair in Insurance and Risk Management, Haskayne School of Business, University of Calgary

Bernie Stevenson Senior Vice-President&; General Counsel, Aviva Canada Inc.

Grant Swanson Executive Director, Licensing&; Market Conduct Division, Financial Services Commission of Ontario

Who Should Buy

  • Canadian and International law firms and other counsel serving the insurance industry
  • In-house counsel and legal staff at insurance companies, regulators, industry associations, brokers, banks, credit unions and other financial institutions
  • Canadian businesses
  • Other professionals dealing with the insurance industry, such as investment bankers, accountants, actuaries and adjusters


Billing Method: Annual Subscription
 

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