Executive Leadership Team
Gavin Toy - President and Chief Executive Officer
As President and CEO of Westminster Savings, Gavin leads a progressive and dynamic leadership team to help shape and guide the credit union's strategic direction. Gavin joined Westminster Savings in 2011 as Senior Vice President and CFO, and was appointed President and CEO in 2012. Prior to Westminster Savings, Gavin held a number of executive level positions with the British Columbia Automobile Association, another prominent BC member-based organization. Most recently he was Senior Vice President and Chief Operations Officer at BCAA with responsibility for all customer-facing operations. Spanning a 16-year career at BCAA, other roles included Vice President Business Development, Director of Finance and Corporate Treasurer.
Gavin is a chartered professional accountant (CA) by training and a KPMG alumnus. He is a graduate of the Queen's University Executive Leadership program, holds a business degree from Simon Fraser University and is currently enrolled in the ICD program.
Gavin is board chair at Canuck Place Children's Hospice, chairs the boards of two national finance companies, and chairs an industry forum responsible for unlocking strategic value for Canadian small business owners.
Mary Falconer - Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer
As Chief Financial Officer, Mary provides financial oversight, leadership and strategic expertise for Westminster Savings and its subsidiaries, and plays a key role in helping position the organization for long-term sustainable growth and success. Mary has executive oversight for all financial and fiscal management aspects of company operations including financial reporting, business intelligence, treasury, budgeting, tax and enterprise risk management. She also oversees information systems, procurement, premises and contract administration.
Mary has more than 25 years of financial management experience. Prior to joining Westminster Savings in 2013, she was the Group Controller at Vancity Credit Union and spent seven years as the Chief Financial Officer at a wholly owned subsidiary of a Swiss bank with responsibility for its offshore activities in the Caribbean. Mary also spent thirteen years in professional services firms, largely in senior audit management roles with PricewaterhouseCoopers and Ernst & Young.
Mary is a chartered professional accountant (CA) and holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of Alberta. She is a member of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation Vancouver Walk Committee and is involved in both personal and corporate fundraising for the Foundation.
Maury Kask - Senior Vice President, Consumer Operations and Chief Customer Experience Officer
As Senior Vice President, Consumer Operations and Chief Customer Experience Officer, Maury is responsible for the design and implementation of customer-centric strategies to drive customer loyalty and business growth. Maury provides executive leadership to consumer banking operations (branches, member service centre and mortgage broker program), as well as strategic oversight for our wealth management business and the corporate marketing function. Maury has more than 25 years of experience across a wide range of industry sectors, including four years working internationally in both the United States and Europe.
Maury is a graduate of Simon Fraser University and completed additional post-graduate education through the Wharton/AT&T School of Business. Maury is also a graduate of Leadership Vancouver's Community Leadership Program, a Customer Experience Management professional and a member of the Customer Experience Management Professionals Association (CXPA).
Maury is very active in the community having served on various not-for-profit boards and committees, including most recently as vice president on the board of Kids Up Front Vancouver.
Greg Oyhenart - Senior Vice President, Corporate Development and Chief Strategy Officer
As Senior Vice President, Corporate Development and Chief Strategy Officer, Greg leads the development and execution of our corporate strategy and annual operating plans. Greg provides executive oversight for corporate development activities including identifying and sourcing strategic partnerships and potential new lines of business. Greg also oversees our Leasing operations and administration. Greg has a track record as a collaborative innovator and people-oriented leader with more than 20 years of diverse industry and business experience.
Prior to joining Westminster Savings in March 2015, Greg held the position of Senior Vice President and Chief Member Experience Officer at BCAA. Before joining BCAA in 2009, he was a director at TELUS Ventures with the responsibility for identifying and sourcing investments aligned to TELUS' technology and business unit strategies.
Greg holds an MBA from Queens University, an MA in Urban Planning from the University of British Columbia and a BA in History from Simon Fraser University.
Greg has been an active member of his community through coaching youth soccer and baseball, and as a board trustee of the Stratford Hall Foundation.
Brian Rogers - Senior Vice President, Commercial Operations and Chief Credit Officer
As Senior Vice President, Commercial Operations and Chief Credit Officer, Brian has responsibility for all credit functions across the organization. Brian provides executive oversight for the credit union's commercial operations as well as centralized clearing, payment systems and investment services.
Prior to joining Westminster Savings in October 2015, Brian was the Vice President, Corporate Development at Coast Capital Savings. Prior to that, he was responsible for Coast Capital's commercial credit risk function as Vice President, Commercial Credit Risk. In other roles, Brian spent sixteen years with HSBC Bank Canada, where his last role was Head of Business Banking. He has a wealth of experience in credit, commercial operations, credit risk management and corporate development.
Brian is a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) and has a Master's of Business Administration from York University and a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of British Columbia.