Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC)

Definition - What does Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) mean?

The Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) is a national organization whose primary purpose is to increase public understanding and to help influence successful public policies for the network of insurers that it represents. The Insurance Bureau of Canada represents a large majority of Canada's home, auto, and business insurance companies all across the country.


Insuranceopedia explains Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC)

The Insurance Bureau of Canada answers tens of thousands of questions that consumers in home, auto, and business insurance have per year. This makes the IBC a leading resource when it comes to understanding these types of insurance. One of the main issues that the Insurance Bureau of Canada helps consumers with is severe weather. Canadians are at particular risk of severe snowstorms and other dangerous weather events because they are in the far north. Insurance professionals at the Insurance Bureau of Canada help consumers get their questions answered about such issues.

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