Intact Financial Corporation introduces Intact Public Entities

Toronto-based P&C insurance provider
Intact Financial Corporation

introduced
Intact Public Entities

, a Canadian MGA, formerly operating as Frank Cowan Company, following its acquisition in December, 2019. Intact Public Entities’ clients, brokers and partners will continue to work with the same team, have access to the same insurance program and value-added services.

Rebranding Frank Cowan Company as Intact Public Entities and leveraging the Managing General Agent distribution channel provides new opportunities for clients and brokers such as new product and coverage availability and development, access to data and technology and a focus on important social impact pillars such as climate change.

“The MGA distribution channel presents a strategic opportunity for Intact to deliver on its promise to build a leading North American specialty insurer. The rebrand of Intact Public Entities represents progress in achieving this goal.” – Pete Weightman, SVP & Chief Underwriting Officer – Specialty Solutions, North America.

“We are very excited to share our rebrand which solidifies our position as a proud member of the Intact family. This is a new chapter in the company’s esteemed nine-decade history. The future is very bright and clients who have placed their trust in our organization can be assured that we will continue to deliver the same renowned expertise.” – Larry Ryan, President, Intact Public Entities.

Intact Public Entities, now located at a new head office location in Cambridge, Ontario, provides leading insurance programs including risk and claims management services to municipal, public administration and community service organizations across Canada. The rebranding will be introduced publicly over the course of the next few weeks.

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