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Manager, Fund Management

Manager, Fund Management

BC Financial Services Authority British Columbia Closing: 29/01/2023
600-750 West Pender Street

BC Financial Services Authority (“BCFSA”) helps to protect British Columbians during the biggest financial decisions in their lives. We regulate B.C. ’s financial services sector, including credit unions, real estate licensees, registered pension plans, insurance and trust companies and mortgage brokers. Through modern, effective and efficient oversight, BCFSA protects consumers by impartially setting and enforcing standards across the entire sector ensuring the prosperity of the province.

BCFSA is an equal opportunity employer and welcomes applications from all groups. This includes women, visible minorities, Indigenous Peoples, persons with disabilities, persons of diverse sexual orientation, gender identity or expression (LGBTQ2S+), and others who may contribute to diversity at BCFSA.

We recognize unique styles, perspectives, beliefs, and creativity that support a diverse, respectful, inclusive and collaborative work environment. To achieve this, we stay committed to:

Hiring team members who represent the population we serve
Removing barriers that may prevent equitable employment
Supporting respectful work environments where everyone feels included and able to produce excellent results

BCFSA is proud to be Great Place to Work Certifiedtm organization based on direct feedback from our team members.


Healthy living and work-life balance
Comprehensive health and wellness benefits plan
Opportunities for personal and professional development
Competitive compensation
A challenging and engaging team environment
Defined benefits pension plan
Flexible work arrangement for eligible positions
A beautiful office location in downtown Vancouver


This position manages the Credit Union Deposit Insurance Corporation of BC (“CUDIC”) deposit insurance fund investment policy and performance, and the fund manager’s performance.


  • Leads the development and maintenance of the CUDIC deposit insurance fund investment policies, procedures, and processes to manage portfolio risk.
  • Manages the performance analysis of the CUDIC deposit insurance fund and the fund investment manager.
  • Manages the development of fund reporting material and related research for executives and the CUDIC Board of Directors.
  • Contributes to the CUDIC deposit insurance fund financial reporting and audit process and maintains related internal control policies and procedures.
  • Determines the optimal fund targets and fund size based on market and risk assessments of the BC credit union segment.
  • Manages the research and monitoring of macro credit union segment risk indicators that may impact the CUDIC deposit insurance fund.
  • Contributes to contingency planning, including funding and resolution, relating to deposit insurance payouts.
  • Working in a matrix operational environment, in support of policies/procedures, the payout program, and internal and external stakeholder relationships.
  • Contributes to the development and implementation of operational plans and reporting to support reliable program accountability, organizational core values and mandate.
  • Contributes to the development of operational policies and procedures, performance standards and service levels with the goal of continuous improvement.
  • Develops and maintains constructive and collaborative relationships with internal and external stakeholders including government, credit unions, related associations, and deposit insurance peers.
  • Provides performance management, coaching, and mentorship to allow team members to achieve their full potential.


  • Degree in business, finance, accounting, or economics with eight or more years of related work experience.
  • Knowledge of content, interpretation, and application of the Financial Institutions Act/Regulations and the Credit Union Incorporation Act/Regulations.
  • Knowledge of the methods and procedures involved in the development and management of deposit protection programs.
  • Knowledge of fund investment management methodologies.
  • Knowledge of financial analysis techniques and business operational procedures.
  • Ability to exercise judgement, initiative, and discretion.
  • Ability to influence stakeholders to comply with legislation regulations and policies.
  • Superior oral and written communication skills.
  • Knowledge of risk management principles and methods.

Related experience includes:

  • Analyses or examinations in the financial services, business or commercial sectors
  • Interpreting and applying legislation, regulations, and/or policy
  • Managing employees
  • Investment portfolio management and evaluation


Candidates must be eligible to work in Canada and living in British Columbia or intent to settle in the province.

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