RBC Insurance signs agreement with Aon Reed Stenhouse to expand business insurance offering
TORONTO, June 2008 — RBC Insurance announced today that it has signed an agreement with Aon Reed Stenhouse (Aon), making Aon its exclusive broker for competitive and comprehensive commercial property and casualty and trade credit insurance solutions to Canadian business owners.
“RBC Insurance is committed to helping Canadian business owners understand how insurance can help mitigate their business risks,” said Neil Skelding, president & CEO, RBC Insurance. “Our agreement with Aon combined with our existing products and services will enable us to provide Canadian businesses - large and small - with innovative advice and effective solutions tailored to meet their insurance needs.”
As the world’s leading risk management service insurance brokerage firm, Aon will provide business owners with a platform built on service, convenience and a superior customer experience, as well as access to its specialized industry expertise.
“RBC Insurance business clients will benefit from being presented with multiple options from a group of insurers, rather than just one,” said Chris Fawcus, president and CEO, Aon Reed Stenhouse. “These principles of counselled choice and advocacy represent the same value we have been providing Canadian businesses for the past 125 years.”
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