This category lists Canadian government institutions which regulate insurance entities. Many sites contain significant amounts of consumer information.
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Alberta Finance - Insurance
Monitors the solvency of provincially incorporated insurance companies. ASFI also licenses insurance companies, and monitors the regulation of insurance agents and adjusters.
Alberta Insurance Council (AIC)
Regulatory body responsible for licensing and discipline of insurance agents, brokers, and adjusters.
British Columbia - Insurance Council of British Columbia
Regulatory body responsible for licensing and discipline of life, general, and restricted travel insurance agents, restricted vehicle warranty dealers and adjusters.
Financial Consumer Agency of Canada
Canadian federal agency working to protect and educate consumers of financial services. It oversees insurance, banking, and investing.
Manitoba - Insurance Council of Manitoba (ICM)
Regulatory body responsible for the licensing and discipline of insurance agents, brokers and adjusters.
Ontario - Financial Services Commission of Ontario (FSCO)
Regulates insurance, pensions, credit unions, caisses populaires, cooperatives, mortgage brokers, and loan and trust companies.
Ontario - Registered Insurance Brokers of Ontario (RIBO)
Self-regulatory body for insurance brokers. The Superintendent of Insurance has a statutory interest in RIBO.
Saskatchewan - Insurance Councils of Saskatchewan (ICS)
Licences and regulates insurance agents, brokers, adjusters and agencies. Consists of the General Insurance Council, the Hail Insurance Council, and the Life Insurance Council.
Last update:November 18, 2015 at 8:15:07 UTC