Eligibility

.INSURANCE Eligibility

To register domain names in .INSURANCE, your organization must be eligible and the domain name(s) you select must correspond to your organization’s legal name or branding (e.g., trademark, trade name, service mark)- See further details below under Domain Name Eligibility. The Policies linked below provide the complete eligibility requirements.

Organization (Registrant) Eligibility

To become a .INSURANCE Registrant, your organization must be one of the following government regulated entities:

  1. Insurance company
  2. Insurance agent/agency, broker/brokerage or other equivalents (e.g., intermediaries, representatives)
  3. Insurance holding or parent companies

Other eligible organizations include:

  1. Service providers to insurance companies, insurance agents/agencies, brokers/brokerages or other equivalents (e.g., intermediaries, representatives) (if approved by the fTLD Board)
    1. For example, SaaS or technology services providers to the above regulated entities
  2. Associations or groups of associations whose membership is primarily comprised of the above regulated entities
  3. Government regulators of insurance companies, insurance agents/agencies, brokers/brokerages or other equivalents (e.g., intermediaries, representatives) or organizations whose members are primarily comprised of such government regulators (if approved by the fTLD Board)

The .INSURANCE Registrant Eligibility Policy and its Implementation Guideline is accessible here.

Domain Name Eligibility

Domain names must correspond to organization’s legal name or branding (e.g., trademark, trade name, service mark) in bona fide use for the offering of goods or services, or provision of information, in the jurisdiction where the organization is licensed, approved or certified to conduct business. A registered trademark is not required to register a domain name.

The Name Selection Policy and its Implementation Guidelines is accessible here.

Questions about eligibility should be sent to fTLD@fTLD.com.