PGIM Hires VP of DEI Strategy and Industry Engagement

PGIM appoints Natalie Gill as vice president of DEI strategy and industry engagement.

PGIM, Inc., the $1.2 trillion global investment arm of Prudential Financial, announced this week that it has expanded its global office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) with the appointment of Natalie Gill as vice president of DEI strategy and industry engagement.

Gill will be based in London and will report to Kathy Sayko, the firm’s chief DEI officer. In the new role, Gill will drive the continued evolution of PGIM’s DEI strategy, bringing best practices and innovation from across the asset management industry, financial services and DEI practitioners to inform and develop the approach.

“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,” Sayko said in a press release. “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.”

Gill previously worked at Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation, where she was head of diversity and inclusion, EMEA, and responsible for designing the DEI strategy across the region for the firm. Prior to that, Gill was an inclusion and diversity lead in the human resources, culture and inclusion team at the Santander Group. Before that, Gill was the program director at Timewise, a gender diversity and flexible working consultancy, working with large multinational corporate clients.

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