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Role of the AIRB
The AIRB leverages market trends and insights to advise insurance companies developing rate filings and in our decision-making process for approving, revising and denying rate requests.
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Bulletins are issued as a form of communication to the industry when immediate action or future compliance is required.View Website
Notices communicate information to industry and stakeholders that do not require action.View Website
Orders are written decisions that primarily relate to the annual adjustment of premium level for the Grid.View Website
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June 23, 2023
(June 24, 2022) The Automobile Insurance Rate Board (AIRB) is starting the 2023 Annual Review process for private passenger and commercial vehicles. This review analyzes industry loss experience as of December 31, 2022 for private passenger and commercial vehicles to establish industry benchmarks. These benchmarks are used to review insurance companies’ rate filings for basic […]Read more
January 26, 2023
The Government of Alberta ordered the Automobile Insurance Rate Board (AIRB) to pause new rate approvals that increase auto insurance premiums for Albertans. This order is in place until December 31, 2023. The announced rate pause means that going forward insurers cannot apply for new increases to Albertans’ auto insurance premiums until 2024. You may […]Read more
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