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The Alberta Broker is the official publication of IBAA, published six times a year.
Keep informed about issues, events, and education for brokers throughout Alberta.


2016

 
The Alberta Broker, February–March (standard PDF)

Man-to-Man Coverage
Every MLA and MP (over 250 are rookies) needs to hear from an IBAA member ASAP! (p. 12)
  • Should you recommend claims-made or occurrence coverage? (p. 6)
  • Liability risks and concerns about autonomous vehicles (p. 30)
  • Adapting to the shared economy (p. 36)

2015

 
The Alberta Broker, December 2015–January 2016 (standard PDF)

Man-to-Man Coverage
Every MLA and MP (over 250 are rookies) needs to hear from an IBAA member ASAP! (p. 12)
  • Should you recommend claims-made or occurrence coverage? (p. 6)
  • Liability risks and concerns about autonomous vehicles (p. 30)
  • Adapting to the shared economy (p. 36)

The Alberta Broker, October–November (standard PDF)

Uber Ride Sharing
Are your customer’s covered? (p. 12)

  • Faster service for clients, lower costs for your brokerage (p. 6)
  • What you need to understand about contractor’s equipment coverage (p. 16)
  • What type of course IS the best way to prepare for your CAIB exams? (p. 26)

 
The Alberta Broker, August–September 2015 (standard PDF)

The Customer Experience
Shifting Perception from PRICE to VALUE (page 10)

  • Your clients just started a home-based business—ensure you’ve got them covered (p. 16)
  • Find tools and information to help you navigate the marketplace now that overland water coverage is “available” (p. 26)
  • What happened to the driver who forgot to renew her license and then, you guessed it, was involved in a collision? (p. 36)

The Alberta Broker, June–July 2015 (standard PDF)

Revved Up
Find out more about IBAA’s new president Robyn Young and her passion for her business, industry, and the association (p. 22)
  • Overland flood coverage hits Alberta’s home insurance market (p. 6)
  • Understanding sub-limits and extensions of coverage (p. 16)
  • Brokers are at risk every time a carrier or a client makes a change—learn how to minimize your E&O exposure (p. 30)

The Alberta Broker, April–May 2015 (standard PDF)

Passion Player—Paul Brandt—IBAA Convention Keynote Speaker
Paul Brandt has a lot to say about what it means to live, and fail, with passion (p. 8)
  • Ever had a client contend that he would have purchased coverage if only you’d told him about it? (p. 24)
  • There’s a new tool you can use to show you care about the safety of your clients’ children (p. 44)
  • Read about all there will be to see, do, and learn at the IBAA convention in our guide (p. 33) and get tips on how to get the most value from your experience (p. 52)

 

The Alberta Broker, February–March 2015 (standard PDF)

The Art of NOT Selling
18 Ways to Sell Insurance Under the Radar on Social Media—where users want to be social, not to be sold to (p. 6)

  • IBAC reveals light at the end of the tunnel with the tech solution that will finally put an end to dual processing (p. 15)
  • Insuring marijuana grow ops (p. 16)
  • IBAA announces a suite of "Sage Business Boosters"—from apps that reduce staff processing time or help your clients mitigate flood damage (p. 35) to programs that can reduce electricity costs by 25% or eliminate debit/credit card processing (p. 30)
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