Insurance Intermediation

Insurance Intermediation

Insurance Intermediation

Insurance Intermediation means:

  1. advising on a Contract of Insurance;
  2. acting as agent for another Person in relation to the buying or selling of a Contract of Insurance for that other Person; or
  3. making arrangements with a view to another Person, whether as principal or agent, buying a Contract of Insurance.


General requirements



Minimum threshold

Authorisation Fee (paid once)

5 000 USD

*According to AIFC Fees Rules 5.1.1., the application may not be regarded by the AFSA as submitted, and therefore ready to be reviewed, until the fee has been paid in full.

Therefore, when the application is ready for submission, please send us a completed request for invoice (please follow the link to download the form) and after that we will issue the invoice for payment. If the payment to be made by a natural person, then please provide a copy of his/her ID as well.

In accordance with the AIFC Fees Rules 1.1-1. an applicant seeking to conduct Regulated Activities in relation to Digital Assets, must pay to the AFSA an additional application fee in the amount of 2 000 USD. 

Registration Fee (paid once)

Registration fee is 300 USD (paid once) if you apply via the self-service portal and 500 USD (paid once) if you apply on paper via [email protected].

*AIFC Fees Rules

Supervision Fee (annually)

1 000 USD

*AIFC Fees Rules

Minimum Capital Requirement

  1. 7 000 USD; and
  2. 2.5 per cent of the annual income of the Insurance Intermediary.
  1. 13 000 USD; and
  2. 5 per cent of the annual income of the Insurance Intermediary.

*AIFC Prudential Rules for Insurance Intermediaries and Insurance Managers 3.2

*Please be informed that under AFSA Notice № AFSA-Q-OA-2020-0025 on Modification for Insurance Intermediaries and Insurance managers, the Minimum Capital Requirement was decreased until 1 November 2023.

Liquid Assets Requirement

*AIFC Prudential Rules for Insurance Intermediaries and Insurance Managers 2.2


Appointment of Internal and External Auditor


*AIFC General Rules 5.5.1.

*AIFC Financial Services Framework Regulations 109.

Organisational structure 

  • Appointment of a Board of Directors;
  • Appointment of approved and designated individuals (SEO, Finance Officer, Compliance Officer, MLRO and a deputy MLRO);
  • Appointment of committees within the company (Risk Committee, Compliance Committee etc.);

Policies and Procedures



Application package

Supplement Insurance Business
Application Approved Individual status
Application Designated Individual status
Financial projections template
Request for Invoice
Fit and Proper Questionnaire for Controllers
Application RA (Adv_Arr Cred Fac, Insur Man_Intermed)_A04


Supporting documents


  • Incorporation certificate of Parent/head office (if applicable)
  • Board minutes approving establishment of the AIFC entity
  • Résumés/CVs for Controllers that are natural persons
  • Résumés/CVs for the members of the Board of Directors (both executive and non-executive) as applicable
  • Last audited accounts (if applicable)
  • Last audited Group accounts (if applicable)
  • A shareholding chart that depicts how the applicant is related to each of its shareholders (including natural persons) and to its related entities, Subsidiaries, and head office/Branch, as applicable
  • An organisation chart depicting the key appointments and reporting lines and, where applicable, the reporting lines to the Group or head office
  • If the applicant is a start-up evidence of source of funds
  • Evidence, such as non-binding letters of engagement, to support the applicant’s revenue-stream estimations in the financial projections
  • If the applicant is a start-up, a copy of the Shareholders’ agreement
  • Copies of any Board and management committees’ terms of reference
  • A copy of each Controller’s Kazakhstani ID card (if a Kazakhstani citizen or resident)
  • A copy of each Controller’s passport (for non-Kazakhstani citizens)
  • If your Parent is regulated in another jurisdiction provide a copy of its regulatory licence. It must include any restrictions or conditions
  • A copy of the applicant’s interbranch accounting policy (if applicable)
  • Standard Client Agreement
  • List of above-mentioned policies and procedures

*Under AIFC Financial Services Framework Regulations 31 (5), the AFSA may require the applicant to provide additional information reasonably required for the AFSA to be able to decide the application

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