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The extension applies to licences that expire between March 15 and June 30

Greater engagement with indigenous communities needed: SHARE

The self-regulatory organization has signed a memorandum of understanding with the Insurance Council of British Columbia

Misconduct by a dually licensed agent may result in having the agent’s insurance license revoked or suspended

Errors and omissions insurance is necessary to protect consumers: FSCO

There are three key issues of contention with the private member’s bill that aims to regulate financial advisors in Ontario

Private member’s bill proposes new regulatory body to levy penalties and revoke licenses

The Advocis proposal will cause unnecessary duplication and cost for the oversight of financial advisors, and it misses the mark for regulating financial planners

Part-time agent’s improper use of database results in 18-month suspension

Current environment leaves consumers vulnerable

  • By: IE Staff
  • January 13, 2014 December 14, 2017
  • 16:10

Could the regulation of financial planning finally address concerns about proficiency, quality standards and potential conflicts of interest?