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At Deloitte we have a long-standing record of providing in-depth professional services to the insurance industry in Canada. Throughout our global network, hundreds of professionals track and share information concerning legislation, tax laws, regulatory accounting and reporting rules, as well as various trends and issues that impact the insurance industry.

Our Canadian insurance practice audits 8 of the top 35 life and P&C insurance companies, and we have over 350 specialized practitioners providing audit, tax and consulting services to our insurance and reinsurance clients.

We recognize and understand the challenges facing the industry today, and we work hard at being part of the solution. Our professionals are constantly monitoring, analyzing and evaluating present risks and future directions. And we work closely with the insurance industry to keep up-to-date on changing directions, while monitoring new opportunities to advise our clients how to reap future rewards.

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