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Meet with an advisor

Our financial security advisors (FSAs)1 are life and health insurance specialists serving all Desjardins members—individuals and businesses alike. Their job is to stack the financial odds in your favour, so you’re prepared to deal with whatever life may throw at you.

Get personalized advice for every stage of your life

Our FSAs have access to one of the most comprehensive portfolios of coverage on the market. They’re able to recommend insurance solutions that meet all your needs, from the most basic to the more complex:

A typical meeting with a financial security advisor (FSA) involves 4 steps:

  1. Collecting information: Your FSA starts by collecting all of the personal and financial information needed to get a complete picture of your situation. They’ll also ask you about your goals and concerns.
  2. Analyzing your insurance needs: Your FSA reviews your assets and liabilities to determine how much cash you have available in the event of an unforeseen major health issue, disability or death. They’ll also review your existing coverage.
  3. Suggesting a solution: Your FSA will share the results of your insurance needs analysis with you and recommend a solution that addresses all your needs and goals.
  4. Making a decision: Once your FSA has made their recommendation, the decision to buy is up to you—and only you!

About 95% of our clients said that they did not feel any pressure to buy after meeting with one of our FSAs.2

Our FSAs have access to exclusive Desjardins Insurance products, such as Vision life insurance. When you buy a Desjardins Insurance Vision policy, you’re not only protecting your financial security, you’re also getting peace of mind. Some of its many advantages include:

  • Flexibility: You can make changes to your policy as your needs evolve, penalty-free
  • Waiver of premiums: If you lose your job or are unable to work after an accident or illness, we pay your insurance premiums for up to 5 months
  • Additional coverage: Your policy automatically comes with basic Travel Insurance for trips of up to 3 days outside your home province. It covers:
    • Up to $5,000,000 per insured for expenses not covered by public healthcare, such as paramedical services, hospitalization, prescription drugs or repatriation
    • Up to $500,000 in the event of accidental death while aboard a common carrier
  • Advice and support: You have access to the following assistance services at no extra charge as soon as you buy your coverage:

Choosing Desjardins Insurance means knowing you can count on the strength of Desjardins Group, one of the best capitalized financial institutions in Canada. Desjardins Group enjoys credit ratings comparable to those of several major Canadian and international banks and is recognized as one of the most stable financial institutions in the world.

As Canada’s leading cooperative financial group, Desjardins has over 7 million members and clients and is the number-one financial institution in Quebec. It’s also the 6th strongest bank in Canada and one of the world’s top 100 banks.

Want to meet with an FSA? Make an appointment today!

Desjardins Insurance refers to Desjardins Financial Security Life Assurance Company.

  1. In Quebec, financial security advisors are employed by Desjardins Financial Security, Financial Services Firm.
  2. Source: A survey conducted by SOM in 2013 of Desjardins members who had been referred to an FSA.