Stat Plans and Edit Rules IBC collects and manages Canadian insurance data. Transformed into reports and research, the data is used by industry stakeholders to price coverage, make underwriting decisions and identify emerging issues.Industry stakeholders use IBC research to make strategic decisions. Information related to the statistical plans includes:Commercial Liability Statistical Plan and Edit Rules Documentation (ZIP)Automobile Statistical Plan and Edit Rules Documentation (ZIP)Data Submission Requirements Manual (PDF)IBC Data ManagementOur Data Management area helps insurers by proactively analyzing data. Data quality analysts identify accuracy issues as well as provide assistance with data submission, correction and any quality inquiries. For more information, insurers can contact a data quality analyst. Related ServicesAuto ExhibitsEvery Canadian auto insurer – except those in British Columbia, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Quebec– is required to report auto statistics (known as auto “exhibits”) including standardized coverages to the General Insurance Statistical Agency (GISA).Commercial LiabilityAs the service provider to GISA, IBC provides data collection, compilation and reporting services as required under GISA’s Commercial Liability Stat Plan (CLSP). Financial Information On behalf of insurance regulators across Canada, GISA carries out statistical activities. IBC provides GISA with data collection services and sets submission standards for financial information. Health Claim Database Reporting (HCDB) IBC created the HCDB standard report to provide a timely and consistent statistical overview of auto related health claims. Useful LinksGISA Catalogue of Statistical ExhibitsThis catalogue outlines GISA’s product information. The Catalogue Information Guide contains frequently asked questions and answers. A Glossary of Terms for statistical plan data is also provided to help those users who may not be familiar with insurance industry terminology.