Financial Corporation

Financing Process

Our premium financing process is streamlined and utilizes a minimum amount of the broker’s time.  Below are steps to obtain a quote and contract in one.  Please feel free to download ourquote/renewal request form that has been generically formatted to save to your computer, or contact us at to have one personalized and e-mailed to you.

Complete the quote/renewal request form and email it to, or fax it to 519-434-0400.

The request will be replied to with a quick turn around. The email will have an attachment of our quote and contract in one, as well as the schedule of monthly payment plan.

The documents may be presented to the insured(s) for review and acceptance.

If financing is accepted, please have insured(s) sign the contract (four pages), where specified as the “Insured/Borrower”, as well as the opted schedule of the monthly payment plan.

The Broker/Agent must also sign page three of the contract.

A void cheque/pre-authorized debit form must be included with the contract.

         We offer two options for the down payment:

  • Option #1.      The insured(s) may pay the down payment as a certified cheque or money order, payable to Robertson James     Financial Corporation, and submitted with the signed contract.  If down payment is paid in office to the brokerage (cash, personal cheque or credit card), a broker’s cheque must be written to Robertson James Financial Corporation and mailed to our office..

  • Option #2.       An e-transfer to Included in the email must be: a) RJFC contract # b) password for your security  question of the e-transfer 

Additional Information for the Broker/Agent:

Once our office receives the completed signed documents, we will process the monthly payments accordingly. A Notice of Assignment from our office will then be emailed to the underwriter and the broker.

  • We accept e-transfer as an option for missed payments.
  • Original documents are not a requirement as we accept electronic copies. Please email signed documents to

 Insurance Premium Financing