Toronto, Canada, July 21, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- Insurance Business Canada has released its 2016 Young Guns list which shines the spotlight on professionals aged 35 or under who are energizing and revitalizing the insurance business.
Insurance Business Canada asked for nominations from their readers, top insurers and brokerages around the country to determine 50 deserving individuals. These young men and women have already made a significant impact in just a few years in the business. From technology-driven trailblazers and old-school go-getters to philanthropic entrepreneurs and passionate advocates, they represent the future of Canada’s insurance space.
“The insurance industry as a whole may be getting older, but these 50 young stars prove that there’s plenty of up-and-coming talent,” said the team at Insurance Business Canada. “They are emerging leaders in their companies. Whether they’re brokers, underwriters or C-suite executives, their contributions and efforts are inspiring peers and mentors alike.”
The full Young Guns feature is in issue 4.03 of Insurance Business Canada, out now.
To view the list and to find out more about each winner, go to http://www.insurancebusiness.ca/rankings/young-guns-2016/
Insurance Business is the leading independent business magazine and website for insurance brokers and advice professionals. A key business resource, Insurance Business provides daily breaking news, cutting-edge opinion and in-depth analysis affecting the industry. Insurance Business also offers a series of industry reports that recognize the achievements of key individuals and businesses as well as providing the latest in business best practice in a continually evolving industry. Insurance Business is published by independent media company Key Media International and forms part of a global suite of B2B publications and websites for the insurance industry.