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Getting your license WITHIN 1 YEAR OF PASSING THE PROVINCIAL EXAMS. Your sponsoring life insurance company will apply for your license. The Financial Services Regulatory Authority sets the requirements in order to become licensed after completing the HLLQP course. Click here to view them all.
REMIC has relationships with dozens of life insurance companies that are looking to hire new agents (coming 2022) and can help with this process!
After passing the provincial HLLQP licensing examinations (formerly known as the LLQP) the life insurance company applies to the provincial regulator (FSRAin Ontario) for your license. You must apply for a license within 1 year of passing the provincial licensing exams OR YOU WILL HAVE TO RETAKE THE HLLQP COURSE.
A life insurance company hiring/sponsoring you is the next step in the licensing process. You can view Ontario’s licensing requirements here.
Stephen has been in the life insurance business for more than 25 years. Stephen’s personality is one that does not allow himself to sit on the sidelines. He had coached minor hockey in Montreal for years and upon moving to Toronto he continued coaching at a Rep level north of the GTA. With the time he has spent cold calling, finding ways to build his business and countless hours coaching he is very excited to transfer all of his energy to building REMIC Insurance.
Rohan Singh has been a financial services executive in the Canadian life insurance and mutual fund industries for over 30 years. He has held several senior management positions with responsibility for insurance and investment product development, marketing, multi-channel distribution management, strategic business unit management, and corporate strategic planning. Prior to his retirement from ING Canada, he held the position of President and Director of ING Wealth Management Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of ING Canada.
Rohan joined the Centre for Financial Services of Seneca College in the spring of 2008 and has been actively involved in raising awareness of Seneca’s Financial Services Practitioner program in the financial services industry. In addition, he teaches courses in marketing, life insurance, investment funds, and retirement planning at Seneca’s Faculty of Business and for other corporate clients.
Rohan holds a B.Sc. and Executive MBA from the University of Toronto. He has completed the Officers, Partners and Directors’ course of the Investment Funds institute of Canada, and holds the FLMI (Fellow of the Life Management Institute) and EPC (Elder Planning Counselor) designations.
You must pass the 4 provincial licensing exams (formerly known as the LLQP licensing exams) within 1 year of passing the HLLQP course. Passing the REMIC HLLQP course certifies you to write the provincial licensing course, which may be completed in-person or online. In Ontario Durham College administers the HLLQP licensing examinations.
This qualifies you to write the 4 provincial licensing exams. The course was previously called the Life License Qualification Program (LLQP course) but has been changed to the Harmonized Life License Qualification Program (HLLQP course). You can take the HLLQP course (formerly known as the LLQP course or LLQP program) online or in class.
Passing the course means passing the 4 HLLQP Online Certification Examinations that are PROCTORED online, with webcam and microphone required. These consist of Life Insurance, Ethics and professional practice, Accident and Sickness and Segregated Funds.
Each online examination consists of 30 multiple choice questions (except the Ethics and professional practice examination; it consists of 20 multiple choice questions). Passing the course requires scoring at least 60% per online examination. In addition students have 75 minutes to complete each exam.
To become a licensed as mortgage agent in Ontario your first step is to pass the REMIC Mortgage Agent Course for licensing (RMAC) that is approved by the Financial Services Regulatory Authority (FSRA). REMIC is also approved by Human Resources and Skills Development Canada (HRSDC) as an accredited educational institution. REMIC provides students a tax receipt (T2202A) for the REMIC Mortgage Agent Course (RMAC).