Jon Kroeper, EVP-Quality of Markets, to Depart FINRA
Jon Kroeper, Executive Vice President, Quality of Markets, is leaving FINRA, effective at year end, to pursue other opportunities.
Kroeper joined FINRA in 2007 and has been responsible for the management of the equity and fixed income automated surveillance and investigatory program, including data integrity, market conduct, customer protection and market manipulation-related activity.
"We thank Jon for his leadership of the Quality of Markets program through its exceptional achievements, growing and adapting to advance our mission of protecting investors and promoting market integrity," said Stephanie Dumont, Executive Vice President, Market Regulation and Transparency Services. "We wish Jon success in all his future endeavors."
The Quality of Markets team's initiatives during Kroeper's tenure include:
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