A.M. Associates Insurance Services Ltd
2425 Matheson Boulevard East 8th Floor Mississauga Toronto Ontario, L4W 5K4 Canada
A.M. Associates Insurance Services Ltd. is a specialist consulting practice offering a range of services related to the Property / Casualty insurance industry in Canada since 2003. In August 2010 we became part of the Insurance Services Division of Randall & Quilter Investment Holdings plc, which provides a broad range of insurance and reinsurance management services to the non-life insurance sector in the United Kingdom, North America and Europe. We are strong believers in a consultative and constructive approach to business challenges. Our team will work with your organization to deliver critical projects on time or simply provide an objective report that will give you the information you need to run your business. ✔ Approved by Lloyd's Market Association ✔ Members of Risk Management Consultants of Ontario ✔ Experts in Canadian Property / Casualty Insurance Market ✔ Seasoned Insurance Professionals each with 20+ years experience ✔ Bilingual (English / French) ✔ Service all Canadian Provinces / Territories ✔ Local Experts in Western and Central Canada ✔ Local Experts in Quebec ✔ Claims and Underwriting Expertise ✔ Insurance and Reinsurance Expertise ✔ Senior Management Experience ✔ Lloyd's Coverholder Audits
Barbara Basta has over 30 years of wide ranging experience in Canadian and international insurance markets, with an emphasis on Casualty and specialty Commercial classes. She has held increasingly senior roles across all business lines throughout her career, most recently holding the position of Vice President, Underwriting at Swiss Reinsurance Company of Canada. Barbara holds a Masters in Business Administration from Manchester University and an Honours Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Toronto. She is a Fellow of the Insurance Institute of Canada and a member of the Insurance Institute of Canada.
Elaine Collier has over 30 years of broad-based property and casualty experience in the Canadian marketplace. During that time, she has been involved in primary, reinsurance and run-off business from a front line underwriting perspective to various senior management roles. Elaine has an Honours Bachelor of Arts from Victoria College, University of Toronto, and is a graduate of the Kellogg Business School Executive program. She is a Fellow, Chartered Insurance Professional of the Insurance Institute of Canada, a Certified Risk Manager of the Global Risk Management Institute and a member of Risk Management Consultants of Ontario.
Miriam has over 25 years' experience in all aspects of the insurance industry, with time most recently spent at Jones DesLauriers in many different capacities, latterly as Technical Insurance Director. She has her broker's licence in all Canadian provinces and has years of experience in audits for both brokers and insurers, consulting, as well as training and development geared to commercial insurance brokers. Miriam is a board member of the CIP Society, an educational body in the industry. She is also the Chair of the ethics sub-committee of this group.
Neil Bishop has over 30 years of experience in the Canadian Property/Casualty industry. He has held progressively senior front-line, management and executive roles with both national insurers and smaller regional companies. His expertise spans the areas of commercial and personal underwriting, claims, marketing, loss control and training. Neil holds a Bachelor degree from McMaster University and was elected Fellow of the Insurance Institute of Canada in 1996.
Robert has over forty years of experience in the Canadian Property/Casualty industry. He has held progressively senior front-line, management and executive roles with various national insurers in both Ontario and Quebec and with retail insurance brokers. His expertise spans the areas of commercial and personal underwriting as well as specialty lines such as E&O, D&O and Fiduciary Liability insurance, and he is also experienced in various training and development roles. Robert is an Associate of the Insurance Institute of Canada and holds a Fire Prevention Technician certificate from the University of Montreal.
Roger Fortier began his claims career as an independent adjuster in 1964 before moving to the company side as a claims examiner in 1972. He retired from Royal & Sun Alliance in 2003, where he was the national claims Quality Control Manager. During his time at RSA, he established audit standards and conducted many internal audits for the company.
Stacey Marining has over 15 years of experience in the Canadian commercial property and casualty insurance industry. She began her insurance career in 1991 as a Commercial Lines Underwriter with Guardian Insurance before moving into underwriting roles with two Canadian Lloyd's Coverholders. Stacey holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of British Columbia and is an Associate of the Insurance Institute of Canada.