Enterprise Management Team

Justine Hendricks
President and Chief Executive Officer

Justine comes to FCC after 17 years with Export Development Canada (EDC) and seven years with Royal Bank of Canada (RBC). She is an impactful strategist whose diverse experience includes delivering financial services on the front line, leading successful organizational transformations, evolving risk management capabilities, spearheading the development of innovative financial products, and developing and executing corporate strategies. Much of her career has been focused on lending to and supporting Canadian businesses across critical export sectors, including agriculture and agri-food.

In her time at EDC, Justine was responsible for several different business functions, including business development in the resources, forestry, seafood, agricultural equipment, light manufacturing and extractive sectors, the transformation of EDC’s Financing and Investment Group, and full responsibility for EDC’s $9B Insurance and Working Capital Solutions portfolio. Her most recent role saw her responsible for aligning EDC’s 10-year corporate strategy with evolving business principles and practices focused on the environment, human rights, and innovation. Justine is recognized for her energizing leadership style, mobilizing and listening to her teams while putting the client at the centre of decisions.

Justine is a member of the University of Ottawa Board of Governors and currently sits on their Audit Committee. She also volunteers extensively and currently serves as Chair of the Digital Opportunity Trust and was past Chair of the Forum for Young Canadians.

Justine earned an MBA from the University of Ottawa and a bachelor of arts in urban studies from Carleton University. She’s received several awards related to her inspirational leadership and community involvement.

Travis Asmundson
Executive Vice-President and Chief Information Officer

Travis leads the technology team to develop and support solutions that improve the productivity of FCC employees and customers. He’s passionate about bringing people together to solve complex problems, initiate meaningful change and achieve results.

Travis has been a leader at FCC since 2006 in roles such as Vice‑President of Business Solutions and Vice-President of Development Operations. In 2014, he became Executive Vice‑President and Chief Information Officer. Prior to joining FCC, Travis held technology leadership positions in a variety of sectors, including oil and gas, transportation, agriculture and financial services. He graduated with a degree in business administration from the University of Regina.

As a champion for giving back to the community, Travis has been the Executive Sponsor of FCC’s annual United Way campaign since 2017 and is an active mentor with 4-H Canada. He’s also held various volunteer positions with youth sports committees and associations. Travis keeps an active schedule year-round as a hockey player and coach, golfer and competitive waterskier.

Greg Honey
Executive Vice-President and Chief Human Resources Officer

A healthy organizational culture and exceptional leadership are the heart of a productive workforce and delighted customers. Greg ensures that our culture at FCC thrives and is the foundation of satisfying our customers. He is passionate about creating an environment where employees love working, leaders grow, and customers are thrilled, passionate, and loyal.

With over 30 years of human resources experience, Greg started at FCC in 2000. Today, he oversees human resources, facilities and administration for our team of more than 2,200 employees and approximately 100 offices across Canada.

Giving back to his profession and the community is important to Greg. He has been on the Board of Directors for CPHR Saskatchewan, a member of the Board of Directors for Habitat for Humanity Regina and Saskatchewan, and currently sits on the board of Growing Young Movers in Regina. He frequently speaks at conferences on the HR profession and how to create organizational value through people; coaching; leadership; and creating outstanding cultures.

Greg is a certified coach by the Hudson Institute of Coaching, holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Regina, and is a Chartered Professional in Human Resources (CPHR).

Todd Klink
Executive Vice-President and Chief Marketing Officer

Todd Klink is the Executive Vice-President and Chief Marketing Officer at FCC and is passionate about the Canadian agriculture and food industry. His FCC career began in 2003 when he joined the AgExpert software team, and he’s held various positions in Marketing and Operations, including Vice-President of Partners and Channels.

In 2015, Todd joined the Enterprise Management Team in his current role, accountable for product development, pricing, market analytics, industry and stakeholder relations, advisory services, customer knowledge offering, social media, community investment, communications, and brand management.

Growing up in rural Saskatchewan, Todd believes strongly in giving back to the community. He currently serves as a trustee with the FarmSafe Foundation and is Chair of the Canadian 4-H Foundation, where he has also been a trustee since 2016. Todd served as a board member with Hope’s Home from 2015 to 2021, including a term as Board Chair from 2017 to 2020.

Todd holds a bachelor of administration degree in marketing from the University of Regina.

Corinna Mitchell-Beaudin
Executive Vice-President and Chief Risk Officer

For over 20 years at FCC, Corinna has passionately applied her business, strategic and people-focused talents to her senior leadership roles in Finance, Operations and Risk Management.

As Executive Vice-President and Chief Risk Officer at FCC since 2014, Corinna leads the team accountable for overseeing the management of enterprise, credit, market and operational risks at FCC. She brings a strong focus to organizational resilience and developing future-fit risk practices that align with FCC’s mandate, risk appetite, and customer experience priorities. By effectively managing risk, FCC protects its ability to maintain industry trust and deliver great customer relationships over the long term.

Corinna holds a bachelor of administration degree from the University of Regina and is a CPA, CA and a CFA Charterholder. In 2022, she was recognized by the Regina YWCA with a Woman of Distinction Award for Leadership in Business. She is a past Woman of Influence named by Saskatchewan Business Magazine.

Corinna has volunteered on numerous not-for-profit boards and currently sits on the National Board of Directors for Habitat for Humanity Canada and chairs their Enterprise Risk and Affiliate Relations Committee.

Sophie Perreault
Executive Vice-President and Chief Operating Officer

Sophie has held several leadership positions throughout FCC and has gained a wealth of experience over nearly three decades of service. Her strong leadership and people skills repeatedly enable her to execute strategies successfully with her various teams and stay connected and in tune with employees at all levels of the organization.

Sophie started her career with FCC as a Relationship Manager 28 years ago, serving FCC customers directly. During this time, she developed expertise in sales, risk management, information technology, process redesign and customer experience. For the last eight years, she’s led the Operations team while steadily growing FCC’s lending portfolio and has focused on continually improving the customer experience.

Sophie earned her ag economics degree from Laval University and has her Institute of Corporate Directors designation. She has served on various non-profit boards, including Regina Food Bank and Food Banks Canada. In 2021, Sophie was named one of Canada’s Most Powerful Women: Top 100 by the Women’s Executive Network.

Ross Topp
Executive Vice-President and Chief Financial Officer

Since 1994, Ross Topp has partnered to execute sound financial performance and capital management strategies foundational to FCC’s unwavering support for the agriculture and food industry.

Ross has over 30 years of finance and risk management experience. In 2020, he became Executive Vice-President and Chief Financial Officer, overseeing the controller, treasury and portfolio administration, and internal audit teams. From July 2022 to January 2023, Ross also held the position of FCC interim CEO. Previous senior roles at FCC include Senior Vice-President and Controller and Vice-President, Internal Audit. Before joining FCC, Ross worked at KPMG, providing audit and advisory services.

Ross holds a bachelor of commerce from the University of Saskatchewan and is a CPA, CA. He has served on the Board of Directors for the Saskatchewan Chapter of the Institute of Internal Auditors, and Mobile Crisis Services, and was the executive sponsor of FCC’s annual United Way campaign for over 10 years.