Attention registrants, licensees and members of professional organizations!

Have you wondered…
  • How everyday financial services will be transformed by technological innovations?
  • Whether your company or firm is cybersafe?
  • Where to turn when you suspect an elderly client is being financially exploited?
  • How to strengthen your customer trust?
  • What are the signs of power of attorney abuse?

FCNB’s Consumer Protection Conference on 11 June 2019 will help answer these questions and more.

Find details here and sign up for event updates.

The Insurance Division provides day-to-day administration of the Insurance Act through the regulation, oversight and licensing of insurers and insurance intermediaries (adjusters, agents and brokers, damage appraisers).  This includes both life and health, and property and casualty insurance in New Brunswick.  Compliance staff work to ensure that insurers and intermediaries are following the provisions in the Act and Regulations.

Any person who carries on the business of an insurance agent, broker, adjuster or damage appraiser in New Brunswick, whether or not that person is a resident of the province, must have a valid licence issued under the Insurance Act of New Brunswick. This applies to all insurance business, whether it is done in person, in writing, over the telephone or online.

Please contact the Consumer Advocate for Insurance if you are seeking general information on insurance issues, assistance in finding insurance or advice on dealing with a claim.


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