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From insurance trends to risk control to corporate social responsibility, CNA's leaders know their business and are proud to use their expertise to help organizations succeed.
Nezar El Kaissi
Senior Underwriter – Risk Management Casualty
Dana Al-Nammari &  Dave Swindells
CNA Canada Marine Experts
Lucas Prete
Underwriter - Management Liability and Financial Institutions
Luke Sampson
AVP, Manufacturing Industry Leader
Cindy Huang
Underwriting Manager, Cyber and Professional Liability – Specialty
Brynn Tucker
Assistant Vice-President of Claims
Patrice Houle
Underwriting Manager
Nick Creatura
President and Chief Executive Officer, CNA Canada
Adam Puchalski
Underwriting Specialist - International Solutions Canada
Jennifer Schultz
Senior Underwriter, Cyber and Professional Liability – Specialty
Published September 10, 2019
In a world that is ever-changing, businesses are facing new risks that are hitting their confidence hard and their reputations even harder.
Published September 10, 2019
Published August 9, 2019
Healthcare system and patient cyberattacks continue to increase significantly, exposing vulnerabilities in information technology and network-connected diagnostic equipment.
Published July 12, 2019
2019 really did throw a lot of challenges at us, and things don’t seem to be backing off as we think about what 2020 has in store for us from a risk perspective. Economic, political, cyber, technology and the complexities around the interconnectedness of risk are all expected to be chief concerns for business leaders, our latest Risk and Confidence research tells us.
Published June 12, 2019
One steadfast truth in the business world is that it is always changing – and so are risk management needs and concerns.
Published May 10, 2019
As Canadian workers continue to become more savvy about human and civil rights, it is imperative that employers clearly understand that no business is immune to employment practices liability (EPL) risks.
Published April 11, 2019
As cyber insurance becomes a mainstream product, the insurance industry needs to consider how we prepare for large losses and ensure that we are cognisant of where claims are likely to come from.
Published March 18, 2019
Although the incidence of hospital-acquired C. diff. in Canada decreased from 5.9 per 10 000 patient-days in 2009 to 4.3 in 2015 according to a recent study1, this is small consolation to affected patients. The burden of severe or recurrent episodes of antibiotic-resistant Clostridium difficile infection (CDI) on individuals is debilitating, and can be fatal.
Published February 20, 2019
In our ever-changing and competitive business environment, your business must make continual advances in technology, innovation and solutions to enhance your processes, production and ultimately your profitability.
Published December 20, 2018
Infections acquired in healthcare settings — known as healthcare-associated infections (HAIs) — occur in one of every 25 patients.1 HAIs extend treatment time and hospital stays, as well as increase morbidity and mortality levels. In addition to these adverse patient care effects, HAIs create significant burdens for healthcare organizations in the form of associated financial and reputational costs.
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