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New Members in DAS Canada’s Eastern Regional Sales Team

May 30, 2017 0 Tags
We would like to introduce our broker partners to two new faces on the DAS Eastern Regional Sales team. In this past quarter, Kristie Gallo and Yuri Curumthaully have joined our dynamic sales team as a Broker Consultant and Sales & Support Coordinator, respectively. Both have hit the ground running, assisting you with all your questions about Legal Expense Insurance and providing... Read More

Net Promoter Score: What is it and why does it matter?

May 30, 2017 customer, journey, key, measure, Net, Promoter, Score
Acronyms are an alphabet soup that, at times, leave us scratching our heads trying to remember what they stand for. One such acronym you might have heard being repeatedly used by insurance carriers is “NPS,” which stands for Net Promoter Score. Why is this acronym an important one to remember? An insurer’s NPS is a key measure to understanding customer satisfaction.  ... Read More

DAS Canada Western Region Office is moving!

March 29, 2017 address, brokers, office, West
We are moving to a new address! DAS Canada Western Regional office is now located at:  609 Granville Street, Suite 1578 PO Box 10370 Vancouver, BC  V7Y 1G5 You may be familiar with this address, since we are moving in with The Boiler Inspection and Insurance Company of Canada (BI & I), another member of our extended Munich RE family.   We believe our new location will... Read More

Changes to DASbusiness for Condo/Strata boards

September 20, 2016 0 Tags
A recent review of our Standalone DASbusiness policy for Condo/Strata boards has led us to conclude that coverage and pricing determination need to be different from our standard DASbusiness policy. Therefore, the following changes are effective immediately:  Coverage changes to the Standalone DASbusiness policy sold to condominiums and strata boards Under... Read More
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