Brenda Trenowden, global chair of the 30% Club, has joined PwC UK as a partner in its people consulting practice.
Trenowden joined PwC at the beginning of June and her new role will include helping PwC’s clients with all aspects of workplace performance, culture and communication. PwC said she will have a “particular focus on tackling the risks created by diversity and inclusion issues”.
Prior to joining PwC Trenowden led the Financial Institutions Group in Europe for ANZ Bank, was a member of their UK Management board and an executive director of ANZ’s UK Bank subsidiary, ANZ Bank (Europe) Ltd as well as ANZ’s other UK subsidiaries.
Trenowden, said: “I’m delighted to be joining the PwC partnership. I joined PwC because it’s values and purpose aligns so well with my own. I’m looking forward to taking on a new challenge and working with a great team of experts in helping our clients solve their most important people-related problems and maximise performance.”
Alex Wilson, PwC’s UK people consulting leader, added: “Getting diversity and inclusion right is essential for organisations looking to be truly inclusive. It’s a vitally important behaviour as they seek to transform for the digital age, where building trust and engagement with talented employees is key. Brenda is a fantastic addition to PwC and we’re looking forward to working alongside her to help our clients develop and deliver on their people strategies.”