Insurance brokers help people when they need it most. They work with individuals, organizations and communities and enjoy rewarding, endless career opportunities.
WHAT’S AN INSURANCE BROKER?
Brokers are insurance experts uniquely positioned to represent the best interests of Ontario consumers. They don’t work for insurance companies — they shop for policies from multiple companies for the best product and price. Insurance brokers are consumers’ only source of independent, expert insurance advice.
Customer Service Rep / Account Manager
Technical Service Rep / Administrative Assistant
Producer / Account Executive
Management / Principal Broker
Creating Meaningful Relationships
Making an Impact
Contributing to Local Communities
Promoting Diversity & Inclusion
Developing as a Professional
Choose an IBAO Course to Prepare for RIBO’s Level I Exam
Pass the Exam — Mandatory to Become an Ontario Broker
- Employment or sponsorship isn’t required to write the exam
- You do not have to take a course before you write the exam, although it is recommended. You may bypass the course and proceed directly to the exam.
- Register for the exam
- Once you receive employment within one year of passing your exam, you may apply for your RIBO license by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org.
Find a Job Within One Year of Passing the Exam
• You must be employed by a RIBO registered brokerage before qualifying as a registered insurance broker in Ontario.