When a broker has obtained their general (or Level 1) license, they are required to work under the supervision of a Level 2 or Level 3 broker. The supervising broker is responsible for overseeing the professional conduct and business activities of the Level 1 broker. The supervising broker must review and sign all applications for insurance completed by the Level 1 broker.
A broker cannot obtain their Level 2 license, unless they have previously held a Level 1 license, or have the equivalent qualifications acceptable to the Superintendent of Insurance, or have successfully completed parts 2 & 3 of the CAIB. A Level 2 broker does not require supervision.
A broker shall not be issued a Level 3 license unless they have previously held a Level 2 license, or have equivalent qualifications acceptable to the Superintendent of Insurance, or have successfully completed CAIB 1-4.
For more information on other equivalent courses or experience accepted by the Superintendent of Insurance, please contact the office of the Superintendent of Insurance at:
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