CHES Financial Services has been licensed in Saskatchewan, allowing local brokers to access the company’s life, health, critical illness, and travel insurance products, as well as employee benefits solutions.
The firm – a sister company to CHES Special Risk – now has licenses to operate in four provinces – Ontario, Alberta, BC, and now Saskatchewan. CHES Financial Services launched earlier this year.
Gary Hirst, the president and CEO of CHES Financial Services and CHES Special Risk, said that P&C brokers have always wanted to secure competitive and flexible terms for their clients.
“We recognized a demand from P&C brokers for a holistic, one-stop-shop solution to their customers’ full insurance needs,” Hirst said. “We know brokers can’t afford to lose opportunities by not offering the full range of insurance coverage.”
The chief executive added that since CHES Financial Services has been licensed in Saskatchewan, local brokers not only have access to a new suite of products, but can also expect the “same expert service they have become accustomed to at CHES Special Risk.”
Read more: CHES Financial Services now licensed in BC
Last month, CHES Financial Services secured its license to operate in British Columbia.