Financial Institutions Commission of BC

The Financial Institutions Commission is a regulatory agency of the BC Ministry of Finance. It is responsible for administering laws that regulate the pension, financial services and real estate sectors in BC. The primary focus is to ensure that institutions and pension plans in these sectors remain solvent, market conduct requirements for these sectors are respected; unsuitable individuals do not participate in financial service markets; and insure credit union deposits and non-equity shares.

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Answers to frequently asked questions about strata/condominiums in BC.
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These (now archived and no longer updated) guides provide an overview of strata roles and responsibilities, Annual General Meetings, voting, financial information, bylaws, general administration, and disputes in strata ...
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This document gives you steps you can take before filing a complaint with FICOM about a credit union, and before filing a complaint about an insurance company. It tells you what will happen if you make a complaint, and ...
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