Location: Delivered via Zoom Presentation
Start date: 03 February, 2021
Cost:$0.00 for members or $29.00 for non-members

Advice and Expertise Delivered to You via Webinar!


DATE: February 3, 10:30-11:30AM
SPEAKERS: Blair Morrison, CEO, Registrar; Chris Carter, VP, Deputy Registrar of Mortgage Brokers

It is rare to have an opportunity to peel back the curtain, and to understand what are the key issues in any industry, let alone an exponentially growing field such as ours. BCFSA, like the rest of us, has been working incredibly hard to adapt to this changing world and has been gracious enough to sit down for a chat with our members. This session is for you if you are someone who wants to pick the brain of your regulators and gain a special understanding of how our industry is moving forward post-pandemic. This discussion is a must-see for those who want to stay ahead of the game.

Thank you to our sponsors:

Blair Morrison
CEO, Registrar

The six person BCFSA executive team is led by CEO Blair Morrison who was appointed by the Board in July 2019. He also served as CEO of FICOM until its wind up at the end of October 2019. In addition to CEO, Mr. Morrison serves as Superintendent of Financial Institutions, Superintendent of Pensions, Registrar of Mortgage Brokers and CEO of the Credit Union Deposit Insurance Corporation (CUDIC).

Mr. Morrison has more than 25 years experience in senior executive roles with industry leaders. He was most recently with Bank of Montreal where he held positions with enterprise-wide accountability in Procurement, as Chief Procurement Officer, Compliance, as Chief Compliance Officer, and Legal, as Senior Vice-President and Corporate Secretary.

Chris Carter
VP, Deputy Registrar of Mortgage Brokers

Chris Carter Chris Carter is Vice President, Deputy Registrar of Mortgage Brokers, and Deputy Superintendent FI Market Conduct. In that capacity Mr. Carter is responsible for the market conduct supervision of mortgage brokers and financial institutions doing business in B.C. Mr. Carter has been with the provincial regulator since 2012, where he played a key role in the reform of real estate regulation in B.C. as principal advisor to the Independent Advisory Group into Conduct and Practices in the Real Estate Industry. Mr. Carter joined the Government of British Columbia in 2007 and led several high-profile trade and investment projects and policy initiatives including rollout of the Asia Pacific Initiative and delivery of the 2010 Winter Olympics Hosting Program.