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The Economical Insurance Group:
Louis Doiron, B.Sc.Act., FCIA, FSA, MAAA, Senior Vice-President and Chief Risk Officer

Monday, May 14, 2012

Louis Doiron, B.Sc.Act., FCIA, FSA, MAAA
From The Globe and Mail

Karen Gavan, president and chief executive officer of The Economical Insurance Group, is pleased to announce the appointment of Louis Doiron as Senior Vice-President and Chief Risk Officer.

Louis brings a wealth of risk management expertise to Economical as the company sustains profitable growth and prepares to be the first Canadian property and casualty insurer to demutualize.

In addition to his considerable actuarial and risk management expertise accumulated through leadership experiences consulting within the life and health and P&C insurance industries, Louis has held senior leadership positions with major international insurance and reinsurance companies, banks and government agencies.

Louis is a Fellow of the Canadian Institute of Actuaries, a Fellow of the Society of Actuaries, a Member of the American Academy of Actuaries and holds a bachelor of science degree in actuarial science from Laval University.

The Economical Insurance Group is one of the leading home, auto and commercial insurers in Canada, with $1.7 billion in premiums and $4.6 billion in assets. It comprises The Economical Mutual Insurance Company, including Western General; Federation Insurance Company of Canada; The Missisquoi Insurance Company; Perth Insurance Company; Waterloo Insurance Company; and Westmount Financial, including Family Insurance Solutions Inc. Based in Waterloo, this Canadian-owned and operated company services the insurance needs of more than one million customers through 19 branches and service offices across the country.

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