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Note: This session is available to anyone for free. No membership
is required, and No CE credits are available for this session.
IMPORTANT: This session and the June 22nd
session are both the same content - please register for only one
This session will provide a review of the Direct
Compensation for Property Damage (DCPD) coverages that effected automobile
policies as of January 1, 2022. We will review the legislative changes, fault
determination collision scenarios in detail and discuss a few specific scenario
examples. We will also discuss the impact on pricing and finishing with a
dynamic question and answer interactive period.
Overview of session:
1. Overview of DCPD (a
2. Pricing and some insights
3. Unique Scenarios
4. Q & A
Registration: 1:45 p.m.
Presentation: 2:00 - 3:30 p.m.
David Sorenson - is the Deputy Superintendent of Insurance, Financial
Sector Regulation and Policy (FSRP), Treasury Board and
David has played key leadership
roles in insurance companies of various sizes in B.C. and Alberta. He has lead
claims teams through numerous catastrophic losses, including the 2011 Slave Lake
fire and 2013 floods. Before joining government, David was Regional Director of
Claims for a national property and casualty insurer.
In 2014, after 23 years in the
insurance industry, David joined the Government of Alberta as Deputy
Superintendent of Insurance. David has been an integral part of the
government’s development of Alberta’s Transportation Network Company insurance
policy; and the response to the wildfires in Fort McMurray, liaising with
industry, collecting data from insurance companies and informing the working
David is a Fellow, Chartered
Insurance Professional (FCIP), and also holds a Bachelor of Arts degree. He is a
certified instructor with the Insurance Institute of Canada, where he also
volunteers for Career Connections.
Laurie Balfour, Executive Director of the Automobile
Insurance Rate Board. Prior to joining the Automobile Insurance Rate Board in
2018, she served as Senior Manager, Prudential Supervision within the Office of
the Superintendent of Insurance for over nine years. Prior to joining the
Alberta Government, she worked in the private sector as the Vice President of
Corporate Services for an Alberta based non-profit organization.
She is a Chartered Professional Accountant and holds
a Masters in Business Administration.
Laurie has served on numerous national committees for
the Canadian Council of Insurance Regulators (CCIR) the General Insurance
Statistical Agency (GISA) and the Canadian Automobile Insurance Rate Regulators
Registration is required, please make sure your email is up to date as
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Credits: No CE credits are available for this
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