- Mortgage Brokers
- Pension Plans
- Financial Institutions
- C.U. Deposit Insurance
BCFSA - This summer, BC Financial Services Authority expects to complete its integration with the Real Estate Council of BC and the Office of the Superintendent of Real Estate to become the integrated regulator for the financial services sector in British Columbia. The launch of BCFSA's new website, over the next couple of months, will be an important milestone in that journey.
BCFSA's areas of regulatory responsibility include credit unions
and trust companies, insurance companies, pension plans, mortgage brokers and
the Credit Union Deposit Insurance Corporation.
We're new and we're hiring. Working for BCFSA means being part of a modern effective and efficient regulatory agency with broad scope and an important public mandate.More Info
BCFSA has a process in place for investigating complaints arising from the conduct of our regulated entities and individuals.More Info
The BC Financial Services Authority (BCFSA) is an agency of the provincial government, which administers six statutes providing regulatory rules for the protection of the public in the province of British Columbia.More Info
FICOM: The BCFSA has adopted FICOM forms, bulletins, and guidance that were in force on October 31, 2019 for use as of November 1, 2019. These forms and advisory materials are valid until repealed or replaced.