Statistical Reporting Tools
IBC's actuarial and statistical experts provide data collection, compilation and reporting services to the General Insurance Statistical Agency (GISA). The core statistical products are:
Automobile Statistical Plan (ASP)
Financial Information (FI)
- Data management services
- Early Warning System
- Exhibit Production System
- Reference materials
- Statistical plans
Data management services
Our Data Management team 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.
They can help insurance companies:
ensure timely, accurate and complete reporting of data
co-ordinate test submissions
conduct data analysis
consult on data improvements
improve the data submission process
interpret edit rule documentation
conduct user training
review submitted data to detect accuracy problems and anomalies and
help companies correct previously submitted data using the historical data correction mechanism
For inquiries regarding automobile or commercial liability statistical plans, contact the Data Quality Unit at email@example.com.
For financial information inquiries, contact the FI team at FI@ibc.ca.
Working with insurance companies across Canada, IBC provides data collection, compilation and reporting services to the General Insurance Statistical Agency (GISA). The Early Warning System (EWS) project enhances data quality for participating insurers.
As a service provider to the General Insurance Statistical Agency (GISA), IBC provides data services under the Automobile Statistical Plan (ASP).
This reference material library includes documents that cover data management and insurance reporting requirements related to auto lines.
The Canadian insurance data we collect is transformed into reports and research. This data is used by industry stakeholders to make strategic decisions regarding price coverage, underwriting and to identify emerging issues.