Intermediaries in New Brunswick subject to newly approved licensing rules

Licensing requirements, some affecting MGAs, come into force on February 1, 2023.

SOCIETY | December 16 2022 10:47AM
Regulator sees increasing need for women to build financial resilience

The Financial and Consumer Services Commission of New Brunswick wants women to become more financially resilient, a situ…

SOCIETY | November 21 2022 10:28AM
Securities regulators publish summary of investor education initiatives

Extensive annual report details national, provincial and territorial efforts.

SOCIETY | November 01 2022 10:49AM
New Brunswick publishes intermediary rule changes for comment

The proposed rule will update regulations to reflect changes made to the province’s Insurance Act.

SOCIETY | November 10 2021 03:15PM
New Brunswick looks at regulating titles

Consumer concerns spark regulating professional titles.

SOCIETY | August 10 2021 03:23PM
Education and collaboration needed to combat financial exploitation of seniors

A recent CanAge roundtable discussed ways to stop financial exploitation of Canada’s seniors.

SOCIETY | October 13 2020 03:05PM
Regulator warns of high pressure sales tactics targeting seniors

New Brunswick’s Financial and Consumer Services Commission has issued a warning about unlicensed direct sellers targetin…

INVESTMENT | November 19 2019 12:41PM