29 March 2018 13:30
This is Nancy Raymond, president of Steamatic Canada, who won the Prize Mildred-Jones, returned to the Woman, insurance of the year. TheAssociation of women in insurance Montreal (AFAM) presents annually this award at the gala of Montreal, the Institut d’assurance de dommages du Québec (IADQ), which took place on Thursday evening.
The price Mildred-Jones is granted to a woman who is distinguished by his professionalism and his involvement in the field of insurance. This prize is awarded since 1993 by the AFAM. Since then, it has been possible to confer on the leadeurship of some 25 women of exception in the industry.
Last year, Kathleen Ann Rake, vice-president, customer service and development of the firm Univesta Rake, and a specialist in transport insurance, had received this distinction.
Alex Stringer named a Leader in becoming
Announced six months ago, it is yesterday evening that Alex Stringer received the award for his Leading become, awarded by the insurance Institute of Canada. It was an evening of glitz for Mr. Stringer, who has won four distinctions in the course, including the student who maintained the highest average in the program of the Fellow (FCIP).
The winners of the national awards of the leadeurship are members recognized for their work and their achievements, both within the organisations in which they evolve outside of these. This year, Mr. Stringer was chosen because of his strong work ethic, and the unwavering support that it brings to the industry and the leadeurship that he carries out in his community, the CIP Society.
Two women won the Prix Marcel-Tassé
Two new recruits to the industry were also honored during the evening, then that was awarded the Prix Marcel-Tassé, awarded by the Chamber of damage insurance. These are awarded to industry professionals who have worked for less than a year in the industry and who have distinguished themselves by their personality, their career aspirations and their involvement in the industry.
Marie-Eve Laforce is the winner of the pane, specializing in damage insurance. At 40 years of age, she has desired to redirect his professional career. Thanks to the website of the Coalition for the promotion of professions in the property and casualty insurance, she discovers that she would have the perfect profile to integrate the insurance industry of damages. She then left the retail industry, returned to school and earned his attestation of college studies (AEC) in damage insurance at the Cégep du Vieux Montréal. She joined Promutuel Vallée du Saint-Laurent as an agent to the individual. She is also studying to obtain his diploma of chartered insurance professional (CIP).
Maya Raic, Marie-Eve Laforce, Alicia Bedrossian-Baillargeon and Jean-François Raymond
Alicia Bedrossian-Baillargeon was the winner of the general pane. With a bachelor in public communication from Université Laval, she is now the agent in damage insurance for individuals at Desjardins Insurance. She is currently an ambassador event-based and Web in his team. In this capacity, she organizes various social events and it will test new technology the company that it can then share with colleagues.
The Journal of insurance will publish a full report on the gala of Montreal, the IADQ in its printed edition of April.