"The Economics of Auto Insurance - Beyond the Politics"

With the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia posting consecutive billion dollar losses and consumers facing significant increases in annual premiums there has been much discussion about how to best provide auto insurance.

Join us for a discussion about the economics of auto insurance with David Marshall, one of Canada’s leading experts in the area. David will provide an overview of the different models for providing auto insurance and discuss some of the current issues that insurers in Canada are facing and options for addressing them.

This event is made possible through the generous sponsorship of the Canadian Association for Business Economics (CABE).

David Marshall

Mr. David Marshall has served in senior roles in Government and in the Finance Industry including appointments as Assistant Auditor General of Canada and a Deputy Minister in the Federal Government and Deputy Receiver General.

In business David has served as Vice Chairman of CIBC Bank and as a managing director in the Wall Street firm of Bankers Trust New York. He has also served as President and CEO  of  the  WSIB where he is credited with turning this multi-billion dollar insurance organization from losing money to making surpluses.

As a diplomat, David was Canada’s Ambassador to Barbados and the Eastern Caribbean

David has served as a senior advisor to the Government of Ontario on auto insurance and pension funds. He currently consults on financial management and auto insurance.

Date and Time:
Wednesday, June 19, 2019
12:00 PM – 1:15 PM.

Followed by Crystal Ball Presentation from1:15PM to 1:20PM and AGM from 1:20PM-2:00PM

Location: MNP Tower – 22nd Floor Boardroom 1021 West Hastings Street Vancouver, BC

APEBC and CABE members in good standing $13,
Students $15,
Others $35.
Lunch is included.

Registration Deadline:
Registration closes at 5pm on Monday, June 17, 2019, or earlier if capacity is reached

Space is Limited!

Register today at CABE store.

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