Finally, 11 months after Jack English
and this blog blew the whistle on the criminal conspiracy
involving its CEO and long time boss, British Columbia Investment Management Corporation (BCIMC)
has replaced Doug Pearce
, (shown in photo on right) with a new face.
Click here to read initial blog post fingering Pearce in July 2013
was becoming an international embarrassment for BCIMC
and the Governments of Canada
and British Columbia
as the story of his involvement in the criminal conspiracy to loot the English family resort
property near Tofino,
on Vancouver Island on Canada's
continued to circulating among the movers and shakers in the financial capitals of the world.
How can an investor safely invest a few million or a few billion dollars in Canada
if a government agency, like BCIMC
, can organize a criminal conspiracy
and loot your business assets through a rigged court sale for pennies on the dollar and get away with it.
The removal of Pearce
from his position comes only two weeks after Premier Clark
removed BC Hyrdo
head Charles Reid
and replaced him with Jessica McDonald
a person with little experience running a public utility but who insiders advise can be relied on by the Premier
and her top advisors to get to the bottom of the mess created when BCIMC
and BC Hydro
employees and agents became involved in a disgraceful criminal conspiracy
against the English
family and their property.
replacement is Gordon Fyfe
(shown in photo on right) has a sterling reputation earned well outside the reach of the corrupt provincial government civil service in Victoria, British Columbia
According to Bloomberg Businessweek, Gordon J. Fyfe
has been President of Public Sector Pension Investment Board (PSP Investments) since October 2003 and its Chief Executive Officer since October 2003. Mr. Fyfe
joined Public Sector Pension Investment Board (PSP Investm) from CDP Capital where he was President, World Markets, of the CDP division since March 2002 responsible for investing more than $70 billion in the world’s equity, bond, currency, commodity, and alternative product markets. From 1992 ... to 2002, Mr. Fyfe was the President and Chief Operating Officer at TAL International, where he worked for 10 years. He started his career in Canadian Pacific before moving to Europe where he worked with Dominion Securities Pitfield and was a Vice President at JP Morgan, from 1986 to 1992, worked in the bond, equity, and derivative product markets. He serves as Chair of the Emory Center for Alternative Investments in Atlanta and as Chair of the Pacific Pension Iinstitute (PPI).
Mr. Fyfe is a Member of Board of Directors of Pacific Pension Institute. He serves as Trustee of Retirement Residences REIT. He serves as Director of TimberWest Forest Corp. Mr. Fyfe has been a Director of Telesat Canada since October 2007 and Telesat Holdings Inc. since October 31, 2007. He is a Member of Advisory Board at Black Coral Capital. He is on the Board of Trustees at Retirement Residences REIT. He served as Director of Revera Inc. since January 2007. Mr. Fyfe holds an M.B.A. from INSEAD in 1996, and a B. Com. from the University of British Columbia.
Premier Clark (shown in photo on right) and her top advisors, who had private meetings with Jack English recently (shown in photo with Premier Clark) are reported to be greatly concerned about the reputation of the Province as a safe place to invest as a result of the world wide attention being paid to domestic terrorism carried out by agents of the British Columbia Civil Service pension fund against the innocent English family who have been long term supporters of the BC Liberal Party.
|Premier Christy Clark and Jack English|
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