About Us Established in 1964, Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) is the national industry association representing Canada’s private home, auto and business insurers.Its member companies represent the vast majority of the Canadian property and casualty (P&C) insurance market. IBC works on a number of fronts to increase public understanding of home, auto and business insurance.Public understanding is also fostered through IBC’s five regional consumer centres, where trained personnel with years of industry and government relations experience answer tens of thousands of consumer inquiries each year. Vision and MandateConsumers and governments trust, value and support the private property and casualty insurance industry, and its products and services.Advocate, from a position of leadership, to governments and regulators, and to consumers, both commercial and personal, for property and casualty insurance that is available and affordable to all Canadians. LeadershipIBC’s role is to be proactive on behalf of its members, which represent the vast majority of the Canadian P&C insurance market. On your behalf, IBC:Promotes competitive, sustainable auto insurance marketsWorks with the insurance industry and governments to help shape decisions around legislative changes, auto reforms, climate change adaptation, and helps educate the public about natural catastrophesHelps advance balanced financial, operational and market conduct regulationsImproves awareness of issues related to road safetyWorks on a number of fronts to increase public understanding of home, auto and business insurance and related issues.Consumer education is also fostered through IBC’s four regional Consumer Information Centres, where trained personnel with years of industry and government relations experience answer tens of thousands of inquiries each year.Working at IBCIBC seeks dedicated people with integrity, vision and their own brand of leadership. ContactIBC has consumer information centres in each of its regional offices to address general insurance questions. For information regarding your particular insurance policy, please contact your insurance representative. Useful LinksContact UsIBC has consumer information centres in each of its regional offices to address your specific questions. If IBC’s information officers do not know the answers to your questions, they will direct you to someone who does.Media ReleasesRead some of our recent news releases. Each year, IBC responds to more than 700 requests from the media for information and interviews. IBC works to increase Canadians’ understanding of the home, auto and business insurance industry.EventsIBC events give IBC – and our industry – an opportunity to share expertise and insights about national and regional insurance imperatives that affect the lives of Canadians. Learn more about upcoming events across Canada.