Draft 2020-21 FSRA Priorities and Budget - November 18, 2019
Our submission welcomes FSRA’s focus on innovation to increase competition and consumer choice. We offer our continued support and advice to FSRA – specifically in its work to create an efficient, effective online licensing platform, and in the development of an auto insurance data-and-analytics strategy.

Putting Drivers First - Amendments to regulations made under the Insurance Act and the Compulsory Automobile Insurance Act – November 12, 2019 
Our submission welcomes recent amendments allowing Ontarians to carry electronic proof of insurance and asks the government to allow policy terminations to be communicated electronically.

Feedback on CISRO's GILQR June 2019 Stakeholder Meetings - August 23, 2019
Following a productive General Insurance Licensing Qualification Review Committee (GILQR) stakeholder meeting, we've developed a modified option for the committee's consideration. Our model features a common curriculum while allowing for the small amount of insurance content that varies across jurisdictions.

FICOM Insurance Fees Consultation Paper - July 24, 2019    
Our submission calls for a fairer approach to fees for extra-provincial insurers, and assurances that the new fee structure  will not result in cross-sector subsidization.

Consultation Paper: Licensing of Insurance Adjusters and Damage Appraisers in New Brunswick – June 27, 2019 
As an advocate for companies that provide insurance to customers in multiple jurisdictions, we appreciate the proposals outlined by FCNB in this discussion paper to streamline and modernize NB’s licensing regime and align it with other Canadian jurisdictions.

FSRA Draft 2019-20 Priorities and Budget – February 7, 2019 
We support FSRA’s proposed priorities for its first year of operation, and ask the regulator to review current market conduct measures before requiring new data from insurers.

Proposed FSRA Rule 2019-001 Assessments and Fees and 2019-001B Fees and Assessments (Interim) – January 4, 2019 
Our comments on FSRA’s proposed rules for assessments and fees call for careful consideration of the financial pressures faced by direct relationship insurers. We look forward to FSRA’s support of streamlined regulation as we adapt to meet the challenges of new technologies and evolving customer expectations.


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