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New rules in Quebec would allow consumers to buy life insurance online

FCA proposes reforms for U.K. asset-management industry

The association calls the current regulatory framework outdated and suggests licensed distribution firms are made responsible for overseeing advisors

OSFI proposes revisions to capital rules for life insurers

The proposed changes are due mostly to the planned introduction of the Life Insurance Capital Adequacy Test for life insurers in 2018

The ICBC, AMF and ICS are considering key changes to supervisory and oversight rules, CE requirements, use of titles and licensing

FSCO reports decrease in insurance advisors’ compliance rates

Carriers had to provide a wide range of information on the business they conducted during the previous calendar year by May 1

Regulators are creating a risk-based capital standard for global insurers, but there’s no deadline for the adoption of a capital standard

Guideline takes effect on Jan. 1, 2016

CCIR framework intended to support and implement more collaborative and co-operative supervisory activities

An expert committee has recommended an overhaul of Ontario's regulatory structure

Life insurance: No new regulations needed

Jim Ruta, president, AdvisorCraft Media and Consulting, explains his view that life insurance is a distinct product offering that is already heavily regulated, and therefore new regulations are not required.

  • By: Jim Ruta
  • November 17, 2015 December 19, 2017
  • 07:50