Insurance Licensing Services

Managing your insurance producer license and other insurance-related licenses can be overwhelming. Dealing with agents and agencies, state offices and applications, and a slew of due dates are just a few of the challenges you face. Plus, the more producer licenses you have, the harder it gets to keep up.

As a result, you’re putting your ability to service clients at risk.

That’s why CSC® is proud to offer Insurance License services developed especially for the insurance industry. CSC connects you with a dedicated insurance license compliance expert, backed by a team of industry experts, who provide you with top-notch service and peace of mind. We’ll make sure you never miss a filing date and help you avoid damaging fines. In addition, you will receive access to our Business License Portfolio Management platform, where you will have full visibility into your insurance license portfolio.

When CSC manages your insurance producer license portfolio, you’ll enjoy:

  • Accelerated filings on producer license registration and renewals
  • A centralized repository of all licensing information and scanned licenses
  • Automated license expiration reminders pushed to you for review
  • Advancement of filing fees on your behalf
  • On-demand, customized reports
  • Role-based permissions and unlimited user accounts

Contact us today to realize these efficiencies immediately.

In order to populate our portfolio with all of your producer license data, CSC needs the National Producer Number associated with each of your producers. We are able to assist with both resident and non-resident producers.

Will you operate as an insurance adjuster? Insurance adjusters may require a specialized license known as an adjuster license. CSC can assist in the application for a Department of Insurance adjuster license.

For agents and entities that sell, solicit, or negotiate insurance, CSC can assist in applying through the state Department of Insurance or equivalent office for an insurance license. Typically, insurance brokers and brokerages are considered insurance producers and must obtain an insurance producer license.

Will you operate as a third-party administrator (TPA)? If so, CSC can assist in obtaining a third-party administrator license, also known as a TPA license. We’ll need to know the services you are administering or will administer as a TPA.

Regardless of whether or not your producers are conducting business in their resident, or home state, or conducting business as a non-resident, often referred to as foreign state, CSC can help. CSC can assist in determining your non-resident licensing requirements and submitting your applications for a Department of Insurance non-resident license.

To request a consultation with a CSC licensing expert, please complete the brief form to the right. CSC can assist with insurance license requirements and applications nationwide:

CSC provides filing & renewal assistance with licensing agencies nationwide:

Alabama Department of Insurance

Montana Office of the Commissioner of Securities and Insurance

Alaska Department of Commerce, Community and Economic Development, Division of Insurance

Nebraska Department of Insurance

Arizona Department of Insurance

Nevada Department of Business and Industry, Division of Insurance

Arkansas Insurance Department

New Hampshire Insurance Department

California Department of Insurance

New Jersey Department of Banking and Insurance

Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies, Division of Insurance

New Mexico Office of Superintendent of Insurance

Connecticut Insurance Department

New York State Department of Financial Services

Delaware Department of Insurance

North Carolina Department of Insurance

Government of the District of Columbia, Department of Insurance, Securities, and Banking

North Dakota Insurance Department

Florida Department of Financial Services, Office of Insurance Regulations

Ohio Department of Insurance

Georgia Office of Insurance and Safety Fire Commissioner

Oklahoma Insurance Commissioner

Hawaii Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs, Insurance Division

Oregon Department of Consumer and Business Services, Insurance Division

Idaho Department of Insurance

Pennsylvania Insurance Department

Illinois Department of Insurance

Rhode Island Department of Business Regulation, Division of Insurance

Indiana Department of Insurance

South Carolina Department of Insurance

Iowa Insurance Division

South Dakota Department of Labor and Regulation, Division of Insurance

Kansas Insurance Department

Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insurance

Kentucky Department of Insurance

Texas Department of Insurance

Louisiana Department of Insurance

Utah Insurance Department

Maine Department of Professional and Financial Regulation, Bureau of Insurance

Vermont Department of Financial Regulation

Maryland Insurance Administration

Virginia State Corporation Commission, Bureau of Insurance

Massachusetts Office of Consumer Affairs and Business Regulation, Division of Insurance

Washington Office of the Insurance Commissioner

Michigan Department of Insurance and Financial Services

West Virginia Offices of the Insurance Commissioner

Minnesota Department of Commerce

Wisconsin Officer of the Commissioner of Insurance

Mississippi Insurance Department

Wyoming Insurance Department

Missouri Department of Insurance, Financial Institutions and Professional Registration