Enterprise Management Team
Michael Hoffort joined Farm Credit Canada in 1988 and has served FCC in various positions of increasing responsibility, including the key role of Relationship Manager where he directly served FCC’s customers. He went on to engineer the growth and modernization of FCC's Customer Service Centre. He gained extensive experience in operations, including holding the positions of Vice-President of Partners and Channels and Vice-President of Prairie Operations. In these roles, he led significant portfolio growth across multiple lines of business, while maintaining a strong focus on both the customer and employee experience. As Chief Risk Officer, Michael was accountable for leading the new Enhanced Risk Management Program to align FCC's risk management practices with those of federally-regulated financial institutions in Canada. In July of 2014, Michael was appointed to the position of President and Chief Executive Officer.
Michael holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in agriculture economics from the University of Saskatchewan, and a Professional Agrologist designation from the Saskatchewan Institute of Agrologists. He is an active volunteer in his community and sits on the board of STARS Air Ambulance.
As FCC’s Chief Risk Officer, Corinna is responsible for all aspects of risk management at FCC. Her areas of responsibility include enterprise risk management, credit risk, valuation and environmental risk, credit policy and process management, and agricultural economics.
Corinna’s career with FCC began in 2001. In addition to her current role, Corinna has also served as Acting Vice-President and Treasurer; Vice-President, Portfolio Management; Vice-President, Prairie Operations and Vice-President, Credit Risk.
Corinna holds a Bachelor of Administration degree from the University of Regina. She is a Chartered Accountant (CA) and a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) charterholder.
In 2013, Corinna was recognized by Saskatchewan Business Magazine as a Woman of Influence in Saskatchewan.
Rick brings over 30 years of financial and management experience in the agriculture industry to his role as EVP & CFO at Farm Credit Canada (FCC) where he leads the controller, treasury and internal audit teams. Since joining FCC in 2000, he served in various senior roles including finance and venture capital, portfolio management and the controller functions. In addition to his Chartered Professional Accountant designation, Rick also holds a Masters in Business Administration and the Institute of Corporate Directors designation. He serves on the Board of Directors for the Hospitals for Regina Foundation as the chair of the audit and finance committee and is a member of Financial Executives International where he serves on the national governance, risk and compliance committee and the local chapter executive. He is also a former member of the Advisory Board for the Levene Graduate School of Business and of the Accreditation Committee for the Society of Management Accountants.
With over 20 years of experience at Farm Credit Canada, Sophie is responsible for the overall management of FCC’s national operations, including business-to-business alliance partners. Sophie holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Agricultural Economics from Laval University. Sophie started her career at FCC as a Relationship Manager and subsequently has held various leadership positions in Credit Risk, as well as Vice-President of Operations in Quebec, Vice-President of Enterprise Integration and Innovation and most recently Vice-President of Agribusiness and Venture Capital. Sophie is a board member for the Regina Food Bank.
As Executive Vice President and Chief Information Officer (CIO), Travis is responsible for all aspects of Information Technology at FCC. Travis has been with FCC since 2006 and has held several positions within the technology team including Vice-President of Solution Delivery and Vice-President of Development and Operations. Travis holds a Bachelor of Business Administration from the University of Regina and has held technology leadership positions for over 20 years, serving a variety of industries such as Oil and Gas, Financial Services, Transportation and Agriculture. In his role as CIO, Travis is passionate about advancing FCC's business strategy and providing solutions that empower both employees and customers.
As Chief Marketing Officer, Todd is responsible for FCC’s brand, communications, product development and pricing, market research and customer insights, management software, interactive and online services, and all marketing programs. He joined the FCC Management Software team in 2003 and then moved on to other positions in Marketing and Partners and Channels. Having been raised on a mixed farm at Gull Lake, Saskatchewan, he developed a love for agriculture early in life. After graduating from the University of Regina with a Bachelor of Administration degree majoring in Marketing, Todd began working in agriculture and has been sharing his pride for the industry ever since. Having worked in a variety of roles throughout the industry, he has seen firsthand the positive contributions of agriculture to Canada and the world and is optimistic about the future.
Responsible for all aspects of HR and national administration services, Greg possesses more than 25 years of human resources experience. He oversees Human resources and Administration policies and direction for the 1,500 FCC employees across Canada. He is a member of the Conference Board Human Resources Executive Committee (West), the Human Resource Management Association and has been involved with the Canadian Pension and Benefits Institute and the Canadian Human Resource Planners throughout his career. Greg has a B.Ed. from the University of Regina.
Greg is responsible for all of FCC's legal affairs, which includes Government and Industry Relations, and acts as the organization's corporate secretary official liaison with the government with respect to many compliance matters. He is also responsible for strategy and corporate social responsibility at FCC. Prior to joining FCC in 2001, Greg spent 15 years in private practice, practicing corporate and commercial law. He has also worked as a project consultant for Crown Investment Corporation of Saskatchewan, as a ministerial assistant to the Deputy Premier of Saskatchewan and, immediately prior to joining FCC, as the Director of Domestic Marketing for Saskatchewan for Luscar Ltd., a producer of thermal coal used in power plants. He holds a Bachelor of Laws from of the College of Law at the University of Saskatchewan and is a member of the Saskatchewan Bar.
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