BC’s Superintendent of Real Estate has announced her departure, to take on a federal role.
Carolyn Rogers is leaving the post at the end of July, to begin a new one as Assistant Superintendent for Canada’s financial regulator.
She starts the new job mid-August, and there’s no word yet on who will fill her post.
Rogers also serves as the CEO of the Financial Institutions Commission (FICOM), the government body charged with regulating the province’s financial sector.
Despite the departure, Rogers says the shadow-flipping advisory group will release its final report in the middle of June.
It had originally been slated for delivery by the end of May.