Can you still work for them without the insurance?
sorry the Insurance qualification to sell them to client .
You know that we speak English here, right?
I don't know for sure, but will guess that Jones will require you to get some sort of insurance license. I base that guess on the fact that all advisors here in the US have to be insurance licensed. So, my guess is Oui, you have to get your insurance license in Canada also. You would get a better answer if you spoke with one of the FAs in your area.
Yes, you do need to be insurance licenced to work for EJ up here in Canada. I don't know what the pay structure is on Insurance with EJ, but at my indy office I'm making a 4% payout on Segregated Funds and only 3% on Mutual Funds. Overall, I think the Seg Fund is a much better investment (and easier to sell). So aside from all of the other obvious reasons, you might not want to rule out the insurance side of the business just yet.