Federation Insurance Company of Canada (Ned Insurance)
% INCREASE 2017 % INCREASE 2016 % INCREASE 2015 % INCREASE 2014 % INCREASE 2013 % CHANGE % MARKET SHARE
Q4 Q3 Q2 Q1 Q4 Q3 Q2 Q1 Q4 Q3 Q2 Q1 Q4 Q3 Q2 Q1 Q4 Q3 Q2 Q1 Since Q1-2008 2016 2015 2014 2013
              -6.34  -2.47 -1.42           -1.42 0.04

Federation Insurance Company of Canada (Ned Insurance) is an agent company. Agents often work for independent insurance agencies contracted to only one insurance company. While their businesses are often independent, they offer the consumer no choice. Agents are not licenced through the Registered Insurance Brokers of Ontario.

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Commonly referred to a "Quarters"; Q1, Q2, Q3, Q4 refer to parts of the calendar year:
Q1 = January to March
Q2 = April to June
Q3 = July to September
Q4 = October to December

For example - Q1 premium increase of 5%, represents an insurer's average approved premium increase between Jan and March of the given year. These approved premiums would typically be effective within the "Quarter" (Q1 - Jan to March), and would apply to all business (new business and renewals) going forward from the approved rate's effective date. So, any policy renewing, or a new account written later in the year (i.e. July) would be subject to the premiums approved earlier in the year. Data is courtesy of the Financial Services Commission of Ontario.This chart represents a cross section of the larger insurance carriers in Ontario. Isure.ca (through its parent company Belpac Capri insurance brokers ltd.) represents a selected number of insurers included in the list of insurance companies provided.The amount shown are percentage changes in the each carrier's average rate as approved by The Financial Services Commission of Ontario (FSCO).Rate differences will vary depending on individual rating characteristics (i.e. location, vehicles, use of vehicle, driving record etc.). For example, the rate driver may experience a larger increase in one territory, but when quoted in another area of the province, that same driver and auto may not have an increase at all in fact some may even have a decrease.