Licensed in Alberta
This list includes the insurance classes, attorney for service (the person delegated to accept service of legal papers), and contact information for complaint liaison officers or ombudspersons.
- Insurers, Reciprocal Insurance Exchanges, and Fraternal Societies – Licensed in Alberta (PDF, 342 KB)
No longer licensed in Alberta
This list includes those that have withdrawn, amalgamated or changed names. Licences are issued on a calendar year basis (January 1 to December 31).
- Insurers, Reciprocal Insurance Exchanges, and Fraternal Societies – No Longer Licensed in Alberta (PDF, 342 KB)
Financial data for Alberta incorporated insurance companies
Disclaimer: Financial information for Alberta incorporated insurance companies on the Government of Alberta’s website is taken from regulatory returns filed by the institutions with the Superintendent of Insurance. The Superintendent of Insurance does not make any warranty, express or implied, or assume any legal responsibility for the accuracy, correctness or completeness of any information that is available through the Government of Alberta website.
The financial data is for the following companies, as provided to the Alberta Superintendent of Insurance by the insurer. The reports are annual for the years 2008 to 2013, and quarterly from 2014 to the current year, unless otherwise noted.
- Alberta Motor Association Insurance Company
- Canadian Farm Insurance Corp.
- First Canadian Insurance Corporation
- Fortress Insurance Company
- Mennonite Mutual Insurance Co. (Alberta) Ltd.
- Millennium Insurance Corporation
- Orion Travel Insurance Company – starting 2013
- Peace Hills General Insurance Company
- The New Home Warranty Insurance (Canada) Corporation – starting 2015
- Trans Global Insurance Company
- Trans Global Life Insurance Company
The data includes the following items:
- statement of income
- statement of retained earnings
- comprehensive income (loss)
- accumulated other comprehensive income (loss)
- minimum capital test or life insurance capital adequacy test (prior to 2018, minimum continuing capital surplus ratio)
Sign up for updates
If you have trouble opening fillable PDF forms, see the Forms page for instructions.
Connect with the Office of the Alberta Superintendent of Insurance:
Alberta Superintendent of Insurance
Alberta Treasury Board and Finance
Financial Sector Regulation and Policy
402 Terrace Building
9515 107 Street
Edmonton, Alberta T5K 2C3
Was this page helpful?
You will NOT receive a reply on your feedback. Do NOT include personal information. To get answers to questions, use Alberta Connects.
Your submissions are monitored by our web team and are used to help improve the experience on Alberta.ca.