PGIM has appointed Natalie Gill (pictured) to the newly-created role of vice president of DEI strategy and industry engagement in the London office.
Reporting to Kathy Sayko, PGIM’s chief DEI officer, Gill will drive the group’s DEI strategy, looking at best practice and innovation from across financial services. She will expand PGIM’s diversity partnerships and develop the global research and thought leadership in the area.
Gill previously worked at Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation where she was head of diversity and inclusion, EMEA, and was also inclusion and diversity lead at Santander.
Sayko commented: “We are committed to creating a fully inclusive culture, where all employees feel empowered to bring their authentic selves to work. At the same time, given our size and global footprint, we have an opportunity — and a responsibility — to leverage our reach to advance social justice and equity more broadly.
“Natalie has been an advocate for DEI for multiple decades, playing a key role in driving impact at the firms she has worked for as well as across the finance and asset management sector more broadly. We are thrilled to welcome her to the PGIM team and are excited about the many ways her experience, passion and deep knowledge can ensure we continue to offer our people a diverse and inclusive environment and to create a more equitable industry, where all people can thrive.”