At 460 MIC, we’ve assembled a group of outstanding experts who are the highest achievers in their industries, earning accolades and leadership roles throughout their careers. 460 MIC was designed from the ground up to deliver great results and secure your peace of mind.
Randy brings a wealth of real estate experience to 460 MIC. A well-respected and sought-after industry authority, Randy has run a successful Mortgage Investment Corporation for 20 years of his 42-year career, delivering an average annual return in excess of 10%.
Randy’s illustrious career has seen him run an independent real estate brokerage that served Vancouver Island and the Sunshine Coast. Under Randy’s management, it expanded from one office to 12 and from 33 salespeople to 250.
Randy is also a respected voice on the BC real estate market. He is sought out for his thoughts and opinions, has been featured in several publications and has written pieces for many more. He has held prestigious positions as Director of the Vancouver Island Real Estate Board (VIREB), the British Columbia Real Estate Association (BCREA) and the BC Real Estate Errors and Omissions Insurance Corporations (REEOIC).
Prior to joining 460 MIC, Ed Mejlholm was a director of a Mortgage Investment Corporation from its inception in 1997 to early 2014, helping deliver an average annual return to the shareholders in excess of 10% during this period.
A licensed realtor since 1994, Ed enjoys a rewarding career specializing in residential and multi-family real estate, with an emphasis on long-term client relationships built on trust.
Ed has successfully completed the real estate and sub-mortgage broker’s course through the Sauder School of Business at the University of British Columbia, he holds a Management and Marketing diploma from BCIT, and he is a past director of the Vancouver Island Real Estate Board (VIREB).
Greg Nowik completed his real estate sub-mortgage broker’s licence in 1991. Since then, he has been servicing clients across Vancouver Island and the Lower Mainland as a director and shareholder of Universal Financial Corp. and as the owner of Universal Mortgage Architects. In addition to dealing with financial institutions and private lenders, Greg also started and manages a Mortgage Investment Corporation with partners in Manitoba.
Greg holds the designation of Accredited Mortgage Professional (AMP) with the Canadian Association of Accredited Mortgage Professionals (CAAMP), and he is a member of the Mortgage Brokers Association of BC (MBABC). Greg is very active within the industry, serving on advisory panels for lenders and for mortgage insurance companies, as well as task councils for Mortgage Architects and the MBABC. Highly regarded by his peers, Greg was honoured with the Canadian Mortgage Professional Broker of the Year award in 2013.
Having worked with top global investment firms in Canada and the U.S., David Robinson has solid credentials in building business units for multinational corporations, providing real estate and development consulting services, and leading teams in all facets of property feasibility, planning, structuring, acquisition, financing and leasing, as well as providing ongoing project and asset management.
David’s extensive hands-on expertise includes real estate derivatives, financial, contract, construction and development management consultancy, and portfolio management of commercial, industrial, residential and mixed-use investments.
David is a natural leader, committed to bringing out the best in everyone who surrounds him. He is a firm believer in empowering the team, and he has seen this principle work time and again. David’s varied and comprehensive skill set is ideally positioned to help 460 MIC become the first choice for British Columbia investors and borrowers alike.
Affiliated with the Urban Development Institute, the Urban Land Institute and the International Council of Shopping Centers, David holds an MBA with a finance concentration from the Leonard N. Stern School of Business at New York University and has professional development training from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Center for Real Estate.
Kim Trottier has been involved in accounting and finance throughout her career and is considered an industry authority in financial reporting. After completing a Commerce degree at the University of Ottawa, she obtained her Chartered Accountant designation while articling at the Office of the Auditor General. Her audit clients included the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC), Export Development Canada (EDC), the Treasury Board and the Department of Finance. Subsequently, she worked as a financial analyst before relocating to Vancouver to work at the Vancouver Stock Exchange and to complete her MSc and PhD in Accounting at the University of British Columbia.
Now a professor at the Beedie School of Business at Simon Fraser University, Kim enjoys teaching accounting and financial statement analysis at the undergraduate and graduate levels, as well as doing research including studies on corporate governance and the banking industry.
Graduating from the University of Toronto with a joint law and MBA degree, Sally was called to the New York State bar and practiced U.S. securities law with a New York-based firm.
After returning to Vancouver, Sally transitioned to real estate, assuming management of a multi-unit residential income property portfolio. She further applied her skills as an Asset Manager at one of Canada’s largest non-bank lenders. Sally was responsible for maximizing returns on a commercial and retail real estate portfolio valued at nearly $100 million.
Most recently, Sally has focused on private lending and opportunistic real estate investment in both Canada and the U.S. at all levels of the capital structure. She also served on the board of Commercial Real Estate Women (CREW) Vancouver and has successfully completed her sub-mortgage broker’s licence.