Victoria Pinnington is responsible for the management of all of IIROC’s market-related activities, including market policy, trading conduct compliance, market surveillance, and trading review and analysis. Victoria oversees IIROC’s debt surveillance as well as development of the organization’s cross-product surveillance and analysis capabilities. Victoria has been in the market regulation field for over 15 years and has held a variety of positions at IIROC, most recently as Vice-President, Trading Review and Analysis responsible for the oversight of preliminary reviews of potential improper trading activity, post-trade surveillance, and market analytics including proactive and reactive market trend analysis to inform policy making. Victoria oversaw IIROC’s Study of High Frequency Trading and under her leadership the analytics team published a number of papers including “Identifying Trading Groups: Methodology and Results” (September 2014), and “Impact of Dark Rule Amendments” (May 2015) both of which are published on IIROC’s website. Victoria is currently the Chair of the Intermarket Surveillance Group, an international group of exchanges, market centers, and market regulators that perform front-line market surveillance in their respective jurisdictions. Prior to her career in market regulation, Victoria pursued a career in opera performance and continues to perform regularly with the Canadian Opera Company.
IIROC’s Executive Management Team Biographies