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Richard Dubin

Vice-President, Investigative Services

Rick has over 30 years of claims experience in the property and casualty insurance industry. Having joined IBC in 2000, he leads a countrywide group of 50 investigators and investigative assistants in preventing, detecting and investigating organized insurance crime on behalf of IBC’s members.

Rick and his team focus on government relations and fostering partnerships in an effort to change the legislative landscape to prevent the ease with which insurance crimes are committed. Rick and his team successfully advocated for the passing of federal Bill S-9, the Tackling Auto Theft and Property Crime Act, making auto theft an offence with harsher penalties and allowing for an increased law enforcement presence at major ports to stop the exportation of stolen vehicles. He also served on the Ontario Anti-Fraud Working Group regarding prevention, detection, investigation and enforcement to support further auto reform.

Rick has a law degree from the University of Ottawa and a Chartered Insurance Professional (CIP) designation. A member of the Canadian Insurance Claims Managers Association (CICMA) and former member of the Board of Directors for the Canadian Association of Special Investigation Units (CASIU), Rick also taught at George Brown College Continuing Education.

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