A seasoned insurance professional, Robin’s experience spans a wide variety of disciplines over the last 30 plus years in the P&C insurance industry, in Personal lines as well as Commercial lines.
Robin has held senior management positions contributing to growth and profitability of three P&C insurance organizations, including leadership roles in underwriting, operations, finance and distribution. Robin joined CAA in May 2011. In his current role he is responsible for Business Development and Risk Management for both CAA Insurance and Orion Insurance.
He has a bachelor’s degree in mathematics and holds designations as a Fellow Chartered Insurance Professional (FCIP) and Canadian Risk Manager (CRM).
Industry Expertise (1)
Areas of Expertise (3)
University of Toronto: Fellow Chartered Insurance Professional (FCIP), Insurance Management 2009
Insurance Institute: Chartered Insurance Professional (CIP), Insurance 1990
University of Waterloo: Bachelor of Mathematics, Mathematics/ Business 1982
Media Appearances (2)
“The world is coming in through the brokerage to CAA” – VP
Insurance Business Magazine online
“Auto insurance is interesting because it cycles throughout the country – things that happen in one place happen in another eventually. What’s happening in the Atlantic now is what’s happening in other places – costs are rising, and insurance is becoming less affordable and the availability has become a bit of an issue,” said Robin Joshua, vice president of insurance at CAA Insurance.
Every move you make: Privacy expert wary as insurers track drivers
Global News online
In the Canadian Automobile Association’s program, drivers get a five per cent discount when they sign up, and up to a 15 per cent discount if they renew, senior official Robin Joshua wrote in an e-mailed response to questions. They may qualify for further discounts, based on reports from their boxes.