Victoria Stubbs

Chief Risk Officer, The Cambridge Building Society

Victoria joined The Cambridge Building Society as Head of Risk in September 2013, and became Chief Risk Officer and an Executive Director in 2015.   Victoria is responsible for prudential and conduct risk management and corporate governance at the Society.  The Cambridge Building Society is the UK’s 13th largest building society, established in 1850.  Victoria is a member of the PRA Practitioner Panel, a group on senior industry practitioners who provide feedback on developing policy matters to the Prudential Regulation Authority.

After achieving a Degree in Economics from the University of Cambridge, Victoria joined the Bank of England on its graduate scheme working on banking supervision.

Since then, Victoria has developed a wealth of experience in risk and compliance, which has involved her holding senior roles at the Financial Services Authority and an international insurance firm. Victoria joined the Executive team at The Cambridge in 2013 and was appointed to the board as the Society’s Chief Risk Officer in 2015. She now holds a senior management responsibility for Risk, Compliance and Anti-Money Laundering and is responsible for all risk and compliance matters.

Victoria wrote for the Risk Books publication “Conduct Risk: A Practitioner’s Guide” which was published in 2016.  She has also spoken at many conferences on a range of risk management issues.

Victoria is a non-executive director of Morris Education Trust, a Cambridge based multi-academy trust.

Victoria now lives in Cambridgeshire with her family. As keen gardeners, they have started growing fruit and vegetables and claim ‘prize-winning’ onions and carrots to date.

A fan of Twitter, especially, #thearchers