Randy Bundus joined Insurance Bureau of Canada in 1987, as a member of its Legal Division. He became IBC’s Vice-President, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary in 1999 and held that position until December 2009. In December 2009, Randy became IBC’s Vice-President, Operations and General Counsel, and is now also responsible for IBC’s Information Services, which include its IT and statistical and actuarial services.
In his role as General Counsel and in his role as IBC’s Acting President between September 2008 and April 2009, Randy has become familiar with all aspects of IBC’s operations.
Randy is also Vice President, Secretary and Counsel for the Property and Casualty Insurance Compensation Corporation (the insurance industry body that protects insureds if their insurer becomes insolvent), and is the Board Secretary for Facility Association (the body designed to provide insurance to high-risk drivers). He is the Chair of the ADR Institute of Canada and a member of the Ontario Bar Association Insurance Law Section Executive.
Randy Bundus graduated from the University of Saskatchewan in 1979 with a B.Comm. and obtained his law degree from the University of Western Ontario in 1982. He was called to the Bar of Saskatchewan in 1983 and is still a member.