PRI CEO Fiona Reynolds steps down ahead of move to Australia

After nine years in role

Anna Fedorova
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Fiona Reynolds

Fiona Reynolds, the chief executive of the Principles for Responsible Investment (PRI), has decided to step down from her role as she prepares to relocate to her home country of Australia from London.

Having spent nine years in the role, Reynolds will remain at the PRI until the New Year while a search for her successor is underway, led by the board and headed by chair Martin Skancke. In a blog post announcing her decision, Reynolds wrote: "This has not been an easy decision—to say I've loved my time at PRI would be an understatement. Working alongside all of you, being a part of your RI journey and driving toward a more sustainable, green and just future has no doubt been a highlight of my career and indeed my life. PRI has truly become part of my DNA." UN Principles for Responsib...

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