Commercial Non-Life Insurance in Canada: Size, Segmentation and Forecast to 2020 is a report about the market for commercial non-life (property and casualty) insurance in Canada. This includes insurance bought by corporate, business, public sector and not-for-profit customers. The research focuses not only on the market's overall value in terms of gross premiums written but also on its segmentation by broad category, product class, customer size and customer activity. Specifically, for each of these segmentations, premiums are provided from 2012 to 2016 in order to depict the historic trend and they are then forecast up to 2020.
The segmentation by cover type is between the following broad categories and product classes:
commercial liability, breaking down between D&O, environmental liability, medical malpractice, professional indemnity and other liability cover;
commercial MAT, breaking down between aviation, goods-in-transit and marine cover;
other commercial, breaking down between cyber, kidnap and ransom, legal protection, political risk, surety, trade credit, workers' compensation and other cover.
Meanwhile, the segmentation by customer size is as follows (with definitions shown in brackets):
micro (entities with up to nine employees, including self-employed individuals with no employees);
small (entities with between ten and 49 employees);
medium (entities with between 50 and 249 employees);
large (entities with between 250 and 5,000 employees);
very large (entities with more than 5,000 employees).
Finally, the segmentation by customer activity is between the following activities:
agriculture, fishing and forestry;
energy and power;
healthcare and life sciences;
mining and minerals;
retail and wholesale distribution;
technology and media;
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