All Nations Trust Company is Aboriginal owned. Shareholders are comprised of Bands, Tribal Councils, Aboriginal Organizations, Métis Associations, Status, Non-Status and Métis individuals. ANTCO originated in 1984 to provide financial services to Aboriginal entrepreneurs. Over the years, ANTCO has expanded its business services to meet the financial needs of the Aboriginal community.
Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, we recognize that some of our clients may experience temporary financial distress. If you are in jeopardy of not meeting your loan or mortgage responsibilities, please contact us as your earliest convenience. We will review your individual situation to determine eligibility for a temporary loan/mortgage alteration. We are also taking steps to ensure the safety of our staff, their families and the community. Effective March 18, 2020, we are closing our office to the public. Until we are able to reopen our doors, communications will be by phone or email. Please be assured that you can reach us if needed and that ANTCO can address any of your issues in a timely manner.
Darcy Johnson, CEO
All Nations Trust Company is Aboriginal owned. Shareholders are comprised of Bands, Tribal Councils, Aboriginal Organizations, Métis Associations, Status, Non-Status and Métis individuals. ANTCO is a provincially regulated financial institution with the fiduciary capacity to provide Trust; Agent; and Administrative services.
All Nations Development Corporation (ANDEVCO) was incorporated in 1987 under the Company Act of the Province of British Columbia; it is a wholly owned subsidiary of ANTCO. ANDEVCO was formed to facilitate receipt of Native Economic Development Program (NEDP) funds for developmental lending.
Pathways to Technology, a project managed by All Nations Trust Company, is an initiative to bring affordable and reliable high-speed Internet to all 203 First Nations in BC.
We’re working to ensure First Nations people can connect with the world no matter where they live.