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Trinity Underwriting was founded in 2013 and underwrites on behalf of Lloyd’s of London and other A-rated Canadian licensed Insurers. Trinity provides specialty insurance products for most classes of scientific, industrial, professional, manufacturing and technical risks.

We only sell our insurance products through licensed retail brokers. We are fully licensed wherever we operate.


  • Trinity is hiring!!

    It’s 2017, and we are looking for some new talent to join the Trinity team! Check out our Careers section for more details.    

  • McLachlan’s Musings

    Some recent musings…. WWW.BROKERLIFT.COM.   Have you heard of Brokerlift.com? This is a company that is developing a “white label” quote, bind, pay, policy issue platform that goes right on your website. Think about this for a moment. You have a renewal premium of $1,000, which is hard to handle profitably. Instead of pestering your client to fill… Read more »

  • President’s Message Summer 2016

    It’s been some time since I’ve given you an update about Trinity. We believe in quality rather than quantity, but you will be the judge of that. Of course, if the quality is poor as well, you should thank us for not emailing you more often. First, I’d like to thank you for supporting Trinity… Read more »

  • CASL: Insuring the Perils in Canada’s Tough Anti-spam Laws

    The popular dating website PlentyOfFish.com never intended to spam its web users, yet in March 2015, they were fined $48,000 by the CRTC for “sending commercial electronic messages to its registered users with unsubscribe mechanisms that were not in compliance with the law.” Read the full story of how Trinity have developed insurance solutions to… Read more »

  • TRINITY Underwriting Managers Ltd launches insurance product for anti-spam exposures

    Trinity, working with leading underwriters at Lloyd’s and other Insurers, is pleased to launch a unique product to protect Canadian companies from costs and fines arising from a spamming problem. From July 1, 2014, Canadian companies have been liable to large fines and penalties up to a possible $10 million for sending out spam. Just… Read more »