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Home Business FNZ appoints Group Chief People Officer to further strengthen its global leadership team

FNZ appoints Group Chief People Officer to further strengthen its global leadership team

by uma

 

  • FNZ appoints Renata Mrazova as Group Chief People Officer to develop and deliver the company’s long-term people strategy globally.
  • Renata Mrazova brings world-class business and people strategy expertise, that will support

FNZ’s culture for growth and ambitions to open up wealth.

  • The appointment demonstrates FNZ’s commitment to attracting exceptional talent and further strengthens its global leadership team.

Prague, 13 January 2023: FNZ, the leading global wealth management platform, has bolstered its global leadership team with the appointment of Renata Mrazova as Group Chief People Officer, based in Prague.

In her new role, she will be focussed on developing FNZ’s long-term people strategy, ensuring that the company continues to build the structure, talent and capabilities needed as it accelerates its mission of opening up wealth.

Renata joins FNZ with an impressive track record, developed throughout an extensive career in senior leadership roles across the global financial sector.

Renata joined FNZ from her most recent role as Group Chief People Officer at the leading consumer finance provider, Home Credit International, where she successfully implemented a range of people management improvements around compensation, evaluation, HR digitization, learning and development.

Her career transitioned into people management when she was promoted from NN’s CEO for the Czech and Slovak Republic to NN’s Global Head of HR. Prior to this, she has held various senior positions that provided her with unique business knowledge, including CFO and CEO at ING Group for the Czech and Slovak Republic, CEO at Direct Pojistovna, as well as CFO at Astra, where she coordinated the merger with British Zeneca.

Her impact has been recognised throughout her career. She has been included several times in the prestigious list of top 25 female Czech business leaders, named the 8th most powerful Czech businesswomen by Czech Forbes, and has been named the most influential businesswoman in the Czech market.

Renata is also involved in several projects which promote the inclusion of women in executive positions, including co-founding Impact & Inspire, a network dedicated to improving inclusion and diversity through mentoring, coaching, workshops, events, and conferences. Among others, she was awarded the Stanton Chase Diversity Award in 2019 for her outstanding contribution to Diversity and Inclusion.

Renata Mrazova, FNZ Group Chief People Officer, said: “I am thrilled to be joining the company at this point in its journey. We have a very exciting people, culture, and transformation agenda ahead of us, and I’m looking forward to the new challenge, contributing to FNZ’s future growth and making an impact.”

 

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