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Membership Types


Full Members


A brokerage that has the capacity to represent one or more insurer, that owns its book of business, and that controls its operations—current employees of a full member brokerage are automatically extended benefits of full membership.


Affiliate Members


An organization that does not meet the definition of a brokerage but its source of income is derived  exclusively from the insurance industry (excluding those owned by a financial institution)— current employees of the organization automatically qualify for affiliate member privileges: member pricing on IBAA courses and products; the ability to participate in local council meetings but without voting rights or ability to hold an elected office on the local council or the IBAA board of directors and officers. Affiliate members are not eligible to make use of the trademark BIP branding. Brokerages located in Northwest Territories, Yukon Territory, or Nunavut Territory are eligible to become affiliate members.


Associate Members


Required for CAIB, CPIB, or CCIB graduates who are not IBAA members by virtue of their employment with an IBAA member. Allows designation holders to use these designations from the Insurance Brokers Association of Canada and obtain member pricing on IBAA courses and products. Associate members are ineligible to vote.


See the IBAA Bylaws for the full membership definitions.

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