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Date May 25, 2022 Time - Timezone Pacific Standard Time Chapter Victoria Place Hotel Grand Pacific, Victoria, BC

Victoria Chapter presents: The Economy and Economic Recovery

The Financial Management Institute Victoria Chapter is pleased to present our first in-person event since March 2020:

The Economy and Economic Recovery

An IN-PERSON 2-Day event
May 25, 2022 – May 26, 2022, Hotel Grand Pacific, Victoria, BC


CHPVictoria_Day1_1 Andrew Weaver Finance
CHPVictoria_Day1_2 Doug Caul FMI Presentation
CHPVictoria_Day1_4 Jim Hopkins FMI Presentation
CHPVictoria_Day1_6 Rueben Bronee FMI Presentation
CHPVictoria_Day1_9 OAGBC-MPickup-FMI

CHPVictoria_Day2_1 Maija Duffy
CHPVictoria_Day2_4 Alex Kortum IA
CHPVictoria_Day2_5 Hilary Curry
CHPVictoria_Day2_6 Tim Lesiuk Economic_Plan_Summary_220222
CHPVictoria_Day2_7 PwC _Growing a Resilient Economy
CHPVictoria_Day2_covid19 presentation

CHPVictoria_Martha Thomas How did we get here

The Economy and Economic Recovery
 are top of mind across all industries and sectors as we emerge from the pandemic and get back to ‘normal’.  FMI Victoria has lined up presenters from across a wide range of Ministries, Public Sector entities, and the broader finance industry to discuss how they or their organizations experienced the pandemic, how they are recovering and/or their outlook for the upcoming economic landscape.

With fmi*igf now in its 60th year, and the Victoria Chapter in its 40th year, we will once again bring up to 200 financial managers and HR professionals together to share ideas, network, and learn from each other, our thought leaders, and other finance professionals.

Confirmed presenters to date include:

Andrew Weaver, Professor at the University of Victoria, former MLA for Oak Bay Gordon Head

Alex Kortum, Executive Director, Office of the Comptroller General, Ministry of Finance

Bruce Williams, CEO, Greater Victoria Chamber of Commerce

Dave Morris, Speaker, Teacher, Storyteller

Doug Caul, Deputy Minister, Ministry of Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation

Dr. Hilary Curry, BC Leader, People & Change, KPMG

Jim Hopkins, Assistant Deputy Minister, Provincial Treasury, Ministry of Finance

Lenora Lee, Partner, KPMG

Maija Duffy, Executive Director, Ministry of Jobs, Economic Recovery and Innovation

Martha Thomas, School of Business Chair & Accounting and Finance Educator, Camosun College

Michael Pickup, Auditor General, Office of the Auditor General

Nicholas Hincks, Director, Treasury Board Staff, Ministry of Finance

Philip Twyford, Assistant Deputy Minister and EFO, Finance and Corporate Services, Ministry of Health

Rueben Bronee, Assistant Deputy Minister, Policy, Innovation & Engagement, BC Public Service Agency

Tim Lesiuk, Executive Director, Cross Government Initiatives, Ministry of Jobs, Economic Recovery and Innovation


May 25 & 26, 2022:
7:30 am – 8:30 am      Breakfast
8:30 am – 4:30 pm      Event

Who Should Attend – Our annual 2-day event attracts a wide range of Public Sector Professionals

  • Public Sector CFOs
  • Public Sector CIOs
  • Accountants/Auditors
  • Comptrollers
  • Program Managers/Directors
  • Financial Managers/Officers
  • Policy Analysts/Managers/Directors
  • Treasurers
  • Those involved in financial IT transformation projects
  • Public Sector managers with budgetary responsibilities
  • Those with financial, accounting, procurement or audit responsibility in the public sector
  • CPA or CIA designation holders
  • HR Managers
  • Fraud Examiners

Why Attend?

  • Earn up to 14 hours of credits towards CPD Certification
  • Learn how the pandemic impacted how the BC Government delivers services and works with stakeholder groups
  • Come away with important new perspectives that better equip you to deal with post-COVID transformational changes.

1 Day – $185, 2 Days – $300 (plus tax)

This session qualifies for 7 professional development hours per day.
(For a total of 14 CPD for 2 days).

The registration deadline for this event is Thursday, May 19, 2022.

For more information, please contact: victoriachapter@fmi.ca

Registration ends May 19th, 2022 at 11:59 (EST)