Insurance Council of Manitoba
The Insurance Council of Manitoba is the regulatory body in Manitoba that oversees the licensing and disciplining of insurance agents, brokers, and adjusters.
Insurance agents, brokers, and adjusters are regulated in a variety of ways by the council. The Council has created standards for applicants and licensees that will support the insurance industry’s high standards of professionalism, competence, and honesty.
In response to a complaint, Council has the authority to conduct investigations into the actions and/or conduct of insurance agents and adjusters, and to determine whether any of the provisions of The Insurance Act of Manitoba, its Regulations, the Licensing Rules, or the Insurance Council’s Code of Conduct have been violated.
Insurance council of Manitoba contact information and email support
|council of manitoba Phone Number||(204) 988 6800|
|Fax number||(204) 988 6801|
|council of manitoba Location||466-167 Lombard Avenue
|Customer service email email@example.com|
|council of manitoba Facebook||mpidrive|
|council of manitoba Linkdin||@council-of-manitoba|
Council of Manitoba disciplinary decisions
gives information on the INSURANCE COUNCIL OF MANITOBA’S disciplinary rulings conducted after January 1, 2007. The following also provides access to Council Reports: Reports from the Council
It is not permissible to use any information to denigrate another licensee or any other person, and doing so may result in disciplinary action against the licensee who does so.
Insurance Council of Manitoba – Decisions
Canadian Insurance Regulators – Disciplinary Actions
Council of Manitoba Licensing Information
The following links provide information on applying for a NEW licence, applying to reinstate a licence, applying to amend or transfer a licence, providing educational requirements in each class of insurance, providing information on Errors & Omissions Insurance, Guidelines for Additional Occupations, Criminal Record Checks, Fees, and User Guides that assist the user in many areas of the insurance industry. Before contacting the ICM office, they recommend all users to read the User Guide(s) that apply to their scenario.
The Insurance Act of Manitoba establishes Manitoba’s Licence Year. Each year, agents’ licences are valid from June 1 to May 31 and adjusters’ licences are valid from July 1 to June 30. Fees are not prorated and must be paid in full at the time of service.
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- Exam Process
- Life and Accident & Sickness Information
- General Agent/Broker Information
- Insurance Adjusters Information
- Hail Agent and Adjuster Information
- Restricted Insurance Agents – Incidental Sale of Insurance
- Material Changes – When to Disclose them to the ICM
Miscellaneous Licensing Information
- Insurance Agents and Adjusters Regulation 389/87 R
- Conflict of Interest Guidelines for Additional Occupations
- Criminal Record Check
- Fee Schedule (Exam fee, Licence fees, Transfer/Reinstatement fees, etc.)
- Licensing Statistics
- Mandatory E&O Insurance Reporting
- User Guides and FAQs
Council of Manitoba Continuing Education info PDF
Important for upcoming 2021 Renewal
- Reminder Notice – CE’s to be completed PRIOR to 2021 Renewal
- Second Reminder – CE’s to be completed PRIOR to 2021 Renewal
- Final Reminder – CE’s to be completed PRIOR to 2021 Renewal
- NOTICE – Entry of CE Credits
- NOTICE – CE Accreditation Fee required
- Requirements and Definitions
- Enhanced Online CE Module
- Non-Resident Requirements
- Accredited Course Providers
- Application to become an Accredited Course Provider (ACP)
- Application to change the contact person for an existing Accredited Course Provider (ACP)
- Continuing Education (CE) Course Search
- Accredited Course Providers – Revocations and Removals
- Application to Request Individual Credit Hour Approval
- Individual Course Provider Search
- Login to Report Credit Hours
Council of Manitoba near me location
|466-167 Lombard Avenue
About Council of Manitoba
By licencing and regulating insurance agents, brokers, and independent adjusters, Manitobans are protected.
The Council’s mandate is to work in the public interest to safeguard Manitoba insurance consumers and to regulate all licensees, agents, brokers, dealers of incidental insurance (ISI), and adjusters to ensure that public safety standards are met.
What are the annual CE requirements?
Refer to the Requirements and Definitions page of the ICM’s website for this information.
How do I obtain CE?
Refer to the CE Search page on the ICM website for assistance with locating CE courses with accredited course providers or those CE providers that have received individual approval.