T Neil Morrison
Chairman & Managing Partner
Neil is actively involved in the insurance and surety community in Canada and internationally. He is the past Chairman of the Worldwide Broker Network (WBN), an integrated insurance services network of over 100 top-quartile firms across 6 continents, that facilitates the placement and servicing of global controlled insurance programs for multi-national companies. He is also the first Canadian to be elected to the Board of Directors of The Council of Insurance Agents and Brokers (the Council or CIAB) on which he served from 2006 to 2008. Headquartered in Washington, DC, The Council represents the top 1% of the world’s commercial insurance brokers.
Neil has been quoted in industry publications and speaks regularly at industry events.
After graduating (Queens University, Economics), Neil went to work for Continental Corp., an international insurance company, as a commercial underwriter, relationship manager and later as Group Leader. In 1989, he joined Guthrie Keilty Bickerstaff Limited, a Toronto based general insurance brokerage and, in 1994, with four other partners, purchased the firm to form Keilty Muntz & Beatty Limited and in 1998 purchased Hunter, Rowell & Co. to form Hunter Keilty Muntz & Beatty Limited (“HKMB”) then Canada’s largest privately-owned insurance brokerage. In 2008, Neil became President and CEO of HUB International HKMB, one of HUB lnternational’s largest regional hubs and assumed responsibility for HUB International Latin America in 2012. In 2014, Neil joined HUB lnternational’s Executive Committee based in Chicago as EVP, Operations.
Neil has chaired the Toronto and Western Hospital Foundation’s Legacy Golf Tournament and, previously, served on the Board of Junior Achievement and the Insurance Political Action Committee in Ontario.
Neil grew up in Montreal, speaks French and obtained his Honours Degree in Economics from Queen’s University at Kingston, Ontario. In addition to Toronto, Neil, his wife Prudence, and his children spend time in Quebec and Australia.