About Us

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BC Financial Services Authority (“BCFSA”) is the province’s regulator for the financial services sector to help protect British Columbians during some of the most important financial decisions of their lives. As a Crown agency of the Government of British Columbia, BCFSA oversees credit unions, trust companies, insurance companies, pension plans, mortgage services, real estate services, real estate development and money services. BCFSA also administers the Credit Union Deposit Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (“CUDIC”). BCFSA has a mandate to instill confidence in the financial services sector by focusing on the safety and soundness of regulated entities and consumer protection.

Learn more about us.

  • Who We Are

    Meet the dedicated board members who govern our organization, and the talented professionals on our executive team, to learn more about the divisions they lead here at BCFSA.

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    What We Do

    We serve the public by regulating financial services, and we are accountable to the public through the Minister of Finance. Learn more about how we deliver on our mandate to protect British Columbians.

  • Legislation

    We regulate and enforce standards of conduct for the financial services sector under several provincial statutes. You can access the relevant acts, regulations and rules that provide the regulatory framework for B.C.’s financial services here.

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  • Media Room

    Browse our news releases and publications, and find out how to get in touch with our Communications Team.

  • Careers at BCFSA

    We are passionate about working in the public interest to ensure that consumers receive ethical, competent financial services. We are always looking for exceptional people. Join us – you’ll love working here!

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  • Contact Us

    Contact Us