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What we know so far on submissions to Fraud and Abuse consultation from Minister of Finance office

[CLOSED] Proposed Fraud and Abuse Strategy for the Auto Insurance Sector

In the current auto insurance sector, “insurance fraud and abuse” is neither defined in legislation nor regulation, nor is there an accurate quantification in the size and scope of fraud and abuse. Past governments, regulators and industry have attempted different approaches to identify and measure fraud and abuse. As a result, the industry has taken individualized approaches for managing fraud and abuse, which has created further inconsistencies. https://www.ontariocanada.com/registry/view.do?postingId=37747&language=en and https://www.ontariocanada.com/registry/showAttachment.do?postingId=37747&attachmentId=49356

RESPONSES so far:

FAIR submission to Proposed Fraud and Abuse Strategy for the Auto Insurance Sector 21-MOF010

FSRA Consumer Advisory Panel (CAP) Fraud & Abuse Consultation Submission

Ontario Rehabilitation Alliance Submission to the Ministry of Finance Fraud and Abuse Consultation

Ontario Psychological Association (OPA) Submission to Fraud and Abuse Consultation

OTLA MOF Submission – Proposed Fraud and Abuse Strategy – July 12 2021

The Canadian Life and Health Insurance Association (CLHIA) Submission to the ON Ministry of Finance and FSRA

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