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Built on Trust - First Nations Bank of Canada 2019 Annual Report is now available online

Click Here to view the 2019 Annual Report (Including the Audited Financial Statements)

Happy Anniversary to the Meadow Lake Branch

Congratulations to the staff of our Meadow Lake branch, who are celebrating their 12th anniversary this December.

Announcement of FNB Trust Board Chair

First Nations Bank of Canada (FNBC) is pleased to announce the appointment of Lisa Ethans, FCPA, CBV, ICD.D to the FNBC Board of Directors and to the FNB Trust Board of Directors as Chair.

Consistently recognized as a leading expert in her field, Ms. Ethans has more than 30 years of experience in Indigenous trust services. As a former partner of a global accounting firm, she founded and led the firm’s National Aboriginal Client Services practice and its Wealth Management Services LLP. Lisa is currently a Director of the Vancouver Fraser Port Authority, the BC Lottery Corporation and the Chartered Professional Accountants of BC. She is Chair of the Chief Joe Mathias BC Aboriginal Scholarship Fund and a Director of Junior Achievement of BC where she chairs the Aboriginal advisory committee.

Announcement of FNB Trust Vice-President

First Nations Bank of Canada (FNBC) is pleased to announce the appointment of Suzanne Trottier, CFA, MBA, to the position of Vice-President, Indigenous Trust Services of its wholly-owned subsidiary FNB Trust.

Suzanne brings over 20 years of experience as a leading finance professional. Her most recent role was as Director of Capacity Development and Intervention with the First Nations Financial Management Board (FMB). Suzanne led a team responsible for supporting more than 200 First Nations governments across Canada to build their financial management capacity. Before joining FMB, Ms. Trottier was a Vice-President at EY Corporate Finance and a partner with BASE Partners.

Suzanne is currently a Director of the Business Development Bank of Canada and was previously a Director of the North Fraser Métis Association, AFOA Quebec and Actions Enfance. She is a member of the National Indigenous Financial Literacy Group and was previously a member of the National Steering Committee on Financial Literacy.

Suzanne is a proud Métis with maternal roots to the Lake Manitoba First Nation.

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