AMF published notices on a list of returns required for the fiscal year ending October 31, 2018, from insurers of persons and from damage (property and casualty or P&C) insurers licensed in Quebec. The appendices to the published notices contain a table listing the specific returns required by AMF, along with their respective due dates, file formats, and unstructured return codes. The E-Services Disclosures Guide (Insurers) explains the procedure for submitting financial returns and other documents via the AMF E-Services and offers instructions such as the appropriate file naming convention.
- Notice for P&C Insurers (PDF)
- Notice for Insurers of Persons (PDF)
- Disclosures Guide for P&C Insurers
- Disclosures Guide for Insurers of Persons
Keywords: Americas, Canada, Quebec, Insurance, Reporting, Annual Returns, Insurers of Persons, Property and Casualty Insurers, AMF
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