Enterprise Management Team
With over 30 years of employment at FCC, Michael’s connection with our customers has always been strong. He spent his first nine years working as a Relationship Manager when he started at FCC fresh out of university in 1988.
Michael quickly gained a reputation as the guy who gets things done. Over his career, he’s engineered the growth and modernization of FCC's Customer Service Centre and led significant portfolio growth as Vice-President of Partners and Channels and Vice-President of Prairie Operations. As FCC’s first Chief Risk Officer, Michael was accountable for leading our Enhanced Risk Management Program to appropriately align FCC's risk management practices with those of federally regulated financial institutions in Canada. In July 2014, Michael was appointed to the position of President and Chief Executive Officer.
As CEO, one of Michael’s key priorities is to further position FCC as a catalyst that inspires passion for Canadian agriculture and connects producers and agribusiness and agri-food operators to the tremendous possibilities within the industry.
A Professional Agrologist, Michael holds a bachelor of science in agricultural economics from the University of Saskatchewan. He also holds the Institute of Corporate Directors designation. He’s an active volunteer in his community, sits on the board of Special Olympics Saskatchewan and is an avid triathlete. He is also a member of the Leaders Council at the Hill and Levene Schools of Business, University of Regina.
Travis is passionate about advancing FCC's business strategy and providing solutions that empower our customers and employees.
Travis joined our IT division in 2006, providing leadership in technology and innovation in positions such as Vice-President of Business Solutions and Vice-President of Development Operations. As Executive Vice-President and Chief Information Officer, Travis is responsible for all aspects of IT at FCC. With an approach that brings technology and business together, he empowers his team to collaborate across FCC and with our external partners to create effective business solutions.
Travis has a bachelor of administration degree from the University of Regina and has held technology leadership positions in a variety of sectors, including oil and gas, transportation, agriculture and financial services. He champions work-life balance, fitness and giving back to the community, and keeps an active schedule year-round as a hockey player and coach, golfer and competitive water skier.
A healthy culture is the heart of a productive workforce, and Greg ensures our culture is alive and well at FCC.
With over 25 years of human resources experience, Greg started at FCC in 2000. Today, he oversees human resources, facilities and administration for our 1,800 employees and 100 offices across Canada.
Greg has a bachelor’s degree in education from the University of Regina and has done extensive reading and course work in human resource development topics. He is a certified coach by the Hudson Institute of Coaching. Greg currently serves on the Board of Habitat for Humanity in Regina.
Todd is responsible for FCC’s brand and marketing division, including marketing programs and research, product development and pricing, management software, corporate communication and interactive and online services.
Todd’s career with FCC began in 2003 when he joined the FCC Management Software team. He moved on to positions in Marketing and became Vice-President of Partners and Channels.
After graduating from the University of Regina with a bachelor of administration degree majoring in marketing, Todd began his career in agriculture and has been sharing his passion for the industry ever since. Growing up in rural Saskatchewan, Todd believes strongly in giving back to the community. Todd serves as the Board chair for Hope’s Home and is a trustee with the FarmSafe Foundation and the Canadian 4-H Foundation.
Corinna leads the team accountable for overseeing the management of enterprise, credit, market and operational risks at FCC. She brings a strong focus on developing risk practices that align with FCC’s risk appetite, business objectives and customer experience priorities. By effectively managing risk, FCC protects its ability to deliver great customer relationships over the long term.
Corinna came to FCC in 2001, joining our Treasury team and later advancing to a leadership role as Vice-President and Treasurer. She has served in several senior roles, including Vice-President of Portfolio Management, Vice-President of Prairie Operations and Vice-President of Credit Risk Management.
Corinna holds a bachelor of administration degree from the University of Regina. She is a Chartered Professional Accountant, Chartered Accountant and a CFA Charterholder. In 2013, Corinna was recognized by Saskatchewan Business Magazine as a Woman of Influence.
Corinna has volunteered on numerous not-for-profit Boards in the past with her most recent appointments being to the National Board of Directors for Habitat for Humanity Canada as well as the Risk Management Association’s Mid-Tier Bank Council.
Sophie is responsible for the overall management of FCC’s national operations, including business-to-business alliance partners.
Sophie started her career with FCC as a Relationship Manager in 1994, working directly with our customers. Always with an eye on building relationships, she has worked in various leadership positions in Credit Risk and served as Vice-President of Operations in Quebec, Vice-President of Enterprise Integration and Innovation and most recently as Vice-President of Agribusiness and Venture Capital.
Sophie holds a bachelor of science in agricultural economics from Laval University and the Institute of Corporate Directors designation. She is chair of the Regina Food Bank’s Board of Directors and is a board member at Food Banks Canada.
Ross Topp brings over 30 years of finance and management experience to his role as EVP & CFO at Farm Credit Canada where he leads the controller, treasury and portfolio administration, and internal audit teams. Since joining FCC in 1994, he has served in various roles including Senior Vice President and Controller and Vice President, Internal Audit.
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 was the Executive sponsor of FCC’s annual United Way Campaign for over 10 years.
Ross was involved with the operation of his family’s fruit farm from a young age and helped to establish Aspen Grove Cottage Winery, a family owned and operated business and the first winery in Saskatchewan.