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Edmonton Insurance Brokers and Consultants

Monarch Insurance Brokers Limited is an Alberta based firm specializing in the arranging and handling of commercial property and casualty insurance affairs on behalf of its many and varied clients throughout Western Canada.



Aviva Insurance - U.S. & Cross-Border Insurance

Cross-border insurance solutions

You can access the simple cross-border insurance solution your business needs to meet regulatory and tax requirements – backed by the strength, stability and expertise of Aviva. If you have a Canadian business and require admitted paper for your operations or premises in the U.S., you’ll get a market-leading solution that offers:

  • A comprehensive program to fulfill the specific needs of your cross-border business which meets all state regulatory requirements and avoids unnecessary U.S. tax implications of using non-admitted insurers.
  • The value of property and assets in U.S. dollars, which removes complication from exchange rate fluctuations.
  • Convenience of a single point of contact for your Canadian and U.S. business. If your quote is bound, we’ll ensure your U.S. location receives all the paperwork required.
  • Reliable network of U.S. partners who provide responsive claims service whether the unexpected occurs in Canada or the U.S. Plus, you can feel secure knowing our U.S. partners are backed with a minimum financial strength rating of 'A' from A.M. Best.

Contact Monarch Insurance Brokers for more information.

780-422-0568 |

How a broker can help

More than 200 companies provide insurance to consumers in Canada, each offering its own unique coverage and expertise. It can be frustrating and confusing to compare different insurance products on your own.

An independent insurance broker is your best ally. They do the legwork to find you the best insurance coverage at a price you can afford and at no additional cost to you as they are paid by the insurance companies.