PRMIA Toronto Welcomes Victoria Guo as New Co-Regional Director

PRMIA Toronto welcomes Victoria Guo as the new Co-Regional Director of PRMIA Toronto. Victoria works as an Associate Director in Liquidity Strategy at Scotiabank. Prior to joining Treasury, Victoria held several positions in Global Risk Management and was responsible for implementing liquidity stress testing and enterprise-wide market risk capital back testing model.

Victoria demonstrates a habit of leadership in giving back to the community and making a difference. She has been an active member of PRMIA Toronto and successfully co-organized risk management events including the PRMIA Risk Forum and Basel IV panel in 2019. She has been an influential advisor and mentor in New Horizon Career Club since 2016. She currently leads Scotiabank’s Treasury Learning Committee and was Scotiabank’s United Way fund raising campaign Vice Chair and Ambassador in 2015 and 2016.

Victoria holds a MA degree of Economics from the University of Toronto, a Bachelor degree of Finance from Shanghai Jiao Tong University and is a CFA and FRM Charter holder.


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