Brenda Trenowden CBE, Global Chair of the 30% Club, has joined PWC UK as a partner in its people consulting practice and her new role will include helping PWC’s clients with all aspects of workplace performance, culture and communication. 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, said: “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.”