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Average Salary For Senior Underwriter at Intact Insurance Company

Senior Underwriter at Intact Insurance Company Average Salary (?
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C$57,919 - C$91,540
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83K
MEDIAN: C$67,723
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Compare Employers: Senior Underwriter at Intact Insurance Company

Intact Insurance Company Aviva Canada Inc.
Compensation
Salary
C$55,097 - C$83,478
C$55,369 - C$85,983
Bonus
C$1,680 - C$17,541
C$1,117 - C$12,304
Total Pay
C$57,919 - C$91,540
C$57,319 - C$101,876
   
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Typical Benefits Healthcare BenefitsDental BenefitsVision Benefits Healthcare BenefitsDental BenefitsVision Benefits
Vacation Weeks 4.0 Weeks 3.6 Weeks
Gender Breakdown
3 reporting
60%
2 reporting
40%
4 reporting
57%
3 reporting
43%
Years Experience Breakdown
5-9
20+
5-9
10-19
20+
Popular Perks Defined benefit (DB) retirement plan, Casual dress, Flexible schedule Paid holidays & vacation, Company pension plan, Defined contribution (DC) retirement plan

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