Fiona Reynolds

Fiona is MD of the Principles for Responsible Investment. She joined the PRI in 2013, and now has overall responsibility for the PRI’s operations globally. Fiona has more than 20 years' experience in the pension sector, working in particular in Australian superannuation; she has a particular interest in retirement outcomes for women. Prior to joining the PRI, Fiona spent seven years as CEO at the Australian Institute of Superannuation Trustees, and formerly held various other board roles. In September 2012, she was named by the Australian Financial Review as one of Australia’s top 100 women of influence for her work in public policy. Fiona also serves on the board of the UN Global Compact, the Council of the International Integrated Reporting Council, the Global Advisory Council on Stranded Assets at Oxford University, the UN Business for Peace Steering Committee, and the Steering Committee for Investors on Climate Change.

Latest Articles by Fiona Reynolds

  1. women on boards, gender diversity

    7 November, 2017

    The barriers to getting more women on boards can be overcome

    The barriers preventing women entering boardrooms in greater numbers are various and complex, but new recruiting policies, female networks and mentoring schemes can all be used to help women climb higher.

  1. supply chain protection

    9 March, 2018

    Stepping up supply chain protection

    Boards must pay heed to labour abuses in their supply chains by ensuring strong risk management and building stable relationships—or face the many damaging consequences.

  1. Cybersecurity, cyber-risk, cyber-attack, data privacy

    4 June, 2018

    Cybersecurity is a key corporate governance concern

    The security of a company’s data is no longer an IT issue but a key concern for corporate governance, writes Fiona Reynolds of the UN Principles for Responsible Investment.

  1. carbon-free economy, digital tech, transition

    16 October, 2018

    Prepare for the transition to a zero-carbon, digital economy

    The drive to a carbon-free economy, use of robotics and introduction of artificial intelligence will mean profound changes for the global workforce. Investors must play their part in managing a “Just Transition” for employees.

  1. impact investing, social impact, money

    6 March, 2019

    The growth of impact investing and the role of boards

    The market for impact investing is now worth around $1.3trn. It is an opportunity for boards to steer their companies towards work that returns social or environmental benefits.