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Applying for Your Insurance Licence

Applications for insurance licences must be completed correctly, and include all required documentation (i.e. Criminal Record Check, etc.). Failure to properly answer all questions may result in the application being rejected and a new application being required.

It is an offence to provide false, misleading or incomplete information on the application and/or attachments, and doing so may be sufficient grounds to reject the application or revoke a licence, and could result in prosecution.

Section 364 of the Insurance Act requires that all agents and brokers have a trust account or submit a trust account waiver statement.

All applications must be accompanied by the appropriate licence fee. Ensure that you are remitting the appropriate fee for the applicable licence by checking the Fees page.

If you have an application in process, you can log into your FCNB Self-Serve Portal or you can search the Insurance Licence Database to see if your licence has been issued.

Changes in address or contact information can be made online via the FCNB Self-Serve Portal. It is mandatory that, when renewing, all licensees must notify FCNB of any changes to other information that constitutes a change since their last application.