History

Insurance Bureau of Canada was created in 1964 at the suggestion of the Superintendent of Insurance for Canada, who was concerned that poor underwriting practices, caused by inadequate information, were threatening the ability of insurers to meet claims liabilities.  Since…

Objectives

The objectives of IBC in the field of property and casualty insurance are to: provide a forum of discussion; promote and advance the interests of members; study relevant legislation and legislative proposals and make appropriate representations; research all relevant matters…

IBC Mission

IBC’s main focus is to strengthen the business environment for the property and casualty insurance industry. IBC strives to create and sustain a positive image for the industry. The Bureau’s activities include relations with governments, the public, consumers, and media…

What We Do

IBC’s Insurance Information Services is a leader in the development and delivery of property and casualty insurance information products and services. We are a national organization whose member companies provide more than 95 percent of the private and public general insurance sold…