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Team

David W. Beckingham has been a mortgage broker for over 20 years and is currently the President and CEO of DLC Commercial Capital Inc., a fully diversified mortgage banking company specializing in both residential and commercial mortgage financing.


W. Marc Strongman has been a real estate investor and developer since 1987 for various private and family owned companies.


Joanne S.T. Thomas has been a mortgage broker since 2006 and is presently with DLC Commercial Capital Inc. Prior to this, she was a lawyer practicing predominantly in the area of real estate and mortgage transactions.


David Thomas is a co-Founder and long-time Director of DMIC.   After graduation from Osgoode Hall Law School in Toronto, David began his legal career at Bull, Housser & Tupper (now the Norton Rose Fulbright Vancouver Office.)  After becoming a partner in 1994, he ran his own law firm for 20 years that specialized in business law, finance and administrative law.  David also spent 7 years in Ottawa as the Chairperson of the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal.


Jorian De Vries has been a mortgage broker since 2001 and is presently with DLC Commercial Capital Inc. Additionally, he has over 20 years’ experience personally investing in real estate, buying, selling and operating income producing properties.


Sandeep Dayal has been a mortgage broker since 2009 and is presently with DLC Commercial Capital Inc. Prior to this, he practiced as a certified general accountant for ten years and as such brings a wealth of accounting experience to the team.


Neil Shopsowitz has been a mortgage broker with Dominion Lending Centres Commercial Capital Inc. since 2006. Prior to this, he practiced law as well he was held positions in senior management and was a successful entrepreneur.


The late W. Gerald Strongman was a member of the board of directors of Dundarave Mortgage Investment Corporation from 2009 until 2021.  He was a long-time private real estate investor as well as Executive Vice-President of Color Your World Paint, Chairman of B.C. Rail (1986 to 1991) and a Member of the Legislative Assembly (MLA) of British Columbia from 1975 to 1979.  Gerry was a tremendous asset for DMIC from its earliest days and is missed by his co-Directors.