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Laura Hinton

Laura Hinton

Tax Leader, PwC United Kingdom

PwC UK Management Board member and UK Tax Leader. People and Organisation Consulting Partner. Advisor to businesses on people, culture and transformation.

Laura has been a member of PwC’s Management Board for over 5 years, and holds the current position of Tax Leader as well as being a member of the firm’s Clients and Markets Executive Committee. She is also a member of PwC’s Global Tax Leadership Team and sits on a number of external committees, including the Heart of the City Leadership Council. She is an Executive Fellow at King's College Business School, in London, and also continues to work with global clients to support them with people transformation programmes, operating model programmes and culture change.

As part of her role on the Management Board Laura is responsible for setting and delivering the UK firm’s tax business strategy and agenda, covering Tax, Legal and People & Organisation services.

Prior to leading the UK Tax practice, Laura was the PwC UK Chief People Officer, where she was responsible for setting and delivering the UK People Strategy and a member of the Global HR Leadership Team. She has also been driving the firmwide transformation agenda for 5 years. Previous roles have also included the Head of HR Management Consulting for PwC UK.

“As an organisation that has voluntarily published its gender pay gap since 2014, I have seen first hand how this accountability can drive real change.”

Laura graduated from King's College, London with a 1st Class Business Management degree, is a qualified Chartered Accountant and is an alumnus of Harvard Business School. She has been a partner in PwC since 2006.

Experience

  • Co-leading the global relationship for a FTSE100 pharmaceutical client
  • Chairing the PwC Covid Steering Committee from February 2020 to January 2022
  • Leading the development of PwC’s new ‘Deal’ and Future Ways of Working
  • Leading PwC’s UK Tax and Legal Line of Service from January 2022

Specialism

  • Professional Services
  • HR Consulting
  • Business Leadership
  • Operating model transformation
  • Reputation management
  • Human resource management
  • Change and transformation
  • Culture and employee engagement
  • Diversity and inclusion
  • Wellbeing
  • Social mobility

Credentials

  • Social Mobility Awards - Leadership of the Year 2022
  • High Flyers Award - #2 Graduate Recruitment Employer

PwC UK Management Board member and UK Tax Leader. People and Organisation Consulting Partner. Advisor to businesses on people, culture and transformation.

Laura has been a member of PwC’s Management Board for over 5 years, and holds the current position of Tax Leader as well as being a member of the firm’s Clients and Markets Executive Committee. She is also a member of PwC’s Global Tax Leadership Team and sits on a number of external committees, including the Heart of the City Leadership Council. She is an Executive Fellow at King's College Business School, in London, and also continues to work with global clients to support them with people transformation programmes, operating model programmes and culture change.

As part of her role on the Management Board Laura is responsible for setting and delivering the UK firm’s tax business strategy and agenda, covering Tax, Legal and People & Organisation services.

Prior to leading the UK Tax practice, Laura was the PwC UK Chief People Officer, where she was responsible for setting and delivering the UK People Strategy and a member of the Global HR Leadership Team. She has also been driving the firmwide transformation agenda for 5 years. Previous roles have also included the Head of HR Management Consulting for PwC UK.

“As an organisation that has voluntarily published its gender pay gap since 2014, I have seen first hand how this accountability can drive real change.”

Laura graduated from King's College, London with a 1st Class Business Management degree, is a qualified Chartered Accountant and is an alumnus of Harvard Business School. She has been a partner in PwC since 2006.