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BC Financial Services Authority is the Crown Agency that regulates British Columbia’s financial services sector, including credit unions, trust companies, insurance companies, pension plans, mortgage brokers, real estate service providers, and the Credit Union Deposit Insurance Corporation.
With offices in Vancouver and Victoria, our dedicated team members include experts in law, corporate accounting, investigation, information management, policy development and communications. While they have diverse backgrounds and expertise, all our team members share a deep commitment to serving the public.
BCFSA reports to the Minister of Finance and is governed by a Board of Directors. The board members appoint the chief executive officer, who manages the regulatory, financial, and administrative operations of BCFSA.
Established by the Government of British Columbia as an independent crown agency in 2019, BCFSA is self-funded by the financial service entities it regulates, meaning there is no cost to the taxpayer.
Meet our Board of Directors, who govern our activities and provide strategic direction.Board of Directors
Meet the Senior Executive Team who oversee day-to-day operations.Senior Executive Team
Learn how we engage with stakeholders on regulatory changes and the issues that affect them.Stakeholders