Insurance Licensing & Compliance Processes with the Financial and Consumer Services Commission -FCNB

Virtual

Insurance Institute of NB, NB [Carte]
Date and Time: septembre 16, 2021 2:00-3:00 - Atlantic Time

Insurance Licensing & Compliance Processes with the Financial and Consumer Services Commission -FCNB

Please join Catherine Haines and Sarah Butler as they review the FCNB’s licensing process and portal, provide best practices on how to avoid delays in obtaining your insurance licence, and what to expect during a compliance visit or a compliance review.  

In this webinar you will learn:

  • What does the Financial and Consumer Services Commission do?
  • Best practices on using the FCNB Licensing Portal and completing your application
  • Common errors found in applications – how to avoid processing delays
  • Licensing Suitability Considerations
  • What is a Compliance Review
  • When do we conduct compliance reviews
  • Market Conduct Exams for Insurers

Catherine Haines – As the Deputy Director of Licensing with New Brunswick’s Financial and Consumer Services Commission (FCNB), Ms. Haines oversees licensing for both the Insurance and Consumer Affairs Divisions. She works with industry members, licensees and consumers to ensure an understanding of the requirements related to the Insurance Act, the Real Estate Agents Act, the Mortgage Brokers Act, the Direct Sellers Act, and several others. Ms. Haines has a Masters of Business Administration from the University of New Brunswick. She began working with FCNB in 2014, moving to government after 10 years of management experience in the private sector.

Sarah Butler – Compliance Officer with New Brunswick’s Financial and Consumer Services Commission (FCNB), Ms. Butler helps oversee compliance for the Insurance Division. She works with industry, licensees and consumers to ensure an understanding of the requirements related to the Insurance Act.  Ms. Butler has a Bachelors of Business Administration from the University of New Brunswick and holds her CIP Designation from Insurance Institute of Canada. She began working with FCNB in 2018, after 17 years of working in the insurance industry.

 If you wish to register  please contact Monique at mleblanc@insuranceinstitute.ca by phone 506-386-5896 or Christine at cdoucet@insuranceinstitute.ca.
 

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Description des frais Montant
Member $30.00
Non-Member $40.00