Licence Qualifications
Life Insurance
 
 

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Life Insurance

    Section 168 of the Act defines an insurance agent as: “…a person, other than an insurance company or an extraprovincial insurance corporation, who solicits, obtains or takes an application for insurance, or negotiates for or procures insurance, or signs or delivers a policy, or collects or receives a premium.”

To obtain qualification details, application forms, instructions and fee schedules, click on the type of life insurance licence you wish to apply for from the following list:

1. INDIVIDUAL LIFE INSURANCE AGENT LICENCE:
Choose this if you are an individual who plans on using only your own name and do not wish to act as an employer.

2. SOLE-PROPRIETOR LIFE INSURANCE AGENT LICENCE:
Choose this if you are an individual who wishes to use a trade name and/or act as an employer.

3. CORPORATE OR PARTNERSHIP LIFE INSURANCE AGENT LICENCE:
Choose this if you are planning on opening a life insurance agency as a corporation or a partnership.