AMF draft regulation on alternative distribution methods - December 10, 2018 
Our response supports AMF's draft regulations for insurers selling online, while calling for more clarity in some areas to reflect the realities of the customer experience.

CISRO General Insurance Licensing Qualification Review (GILQR) – August 31, 2018 
Our submission calls for a review educational requirements for licensing to help move the industry towards a single set of licensing criteria and a single renewal for insurers who operate in multiple jurisdictions.

CISRO Strategic Plan 2019-2022 - August 30, 2018
We’ve asked CISRO to incorporate CADRI’s three strategic priorities of modernization, harmonization and engagement into its strategic plan – as we both face common multi-jurisdictional challenges of technological change, high customer expectations and new business models.

BC Financial Institutions Act & Credit Union Incorporation Act Review – June 25, 2018 
We call for better representation of direct-relationship insurers on the Insurance Council of BC Board, and encourage BC to join with other jurisdictions to better coordinate and streamline licensing processes for agents.

CCIR/CISRO Guidance – Conduct of Insurance Business and Fair Treatment of Customers – June 18, 2018 
By participating in joint work by CCIR and CISRO to create a national standard for fair treatment of customers, we continue to promote harmonization of insurers’ codes of conduct, policies and procedures.

FSCO draft Superintendent’s Guideline – May 8, 2018 
Our comments on FSCO’s draft guideline include calls for harmonization with CCIR and alignment with the evolving operating environment to support our industry’s fair treatment of consumers.

FSCO Statement of Priorities – May 8, 2018 
We are encouraged by the Financial Services Commission of Ontario’s draft Statement of Priorities, including its proactive approach to technological innovation and its transition to FSRA.

CCIR consultation on Conduct of Insurance Business and Fair Treatment of Customers – March 8, 2018 
Our four recommendations aim to ensure CCIR guidelines are well-aligned, take account of existing legislation, provide clarity with regard to intermediaries, and reflect new technological developments.

Proposal to modernize Alberta’s insurance regulations – February 7, 2018 
Our recommendations for regulatory changes would help insurers use new technologies to meet changing customer expectations for easier access and better information.


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