Friday 23 February 2018
PwC Partner joins London Chamber of Commerce Board
London Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) has appointed Julia Onslow-Cole, Partner, Legal Markets Leader and Head of Global Immigration at PwC, to its board.
LCCI is the capital’s most representative business organisation with more than 2,000 members ranging in size from multi-national companies to SMEs and sole traders across all 33 local authority areas.
Tony Pidgley CBE, President of LCCI, said: “We look forward to welcoming Julia to the board and to learning from her experience and insight.
This is a particularly interesting and indeed exciting time to be part of LCCI and to have an input on the influencing work that we do.”
Julia Onslow-Cole, Partner, PwC, said: “I'm really pleased to be joining the board of LCCI. The work that LCCI does to support a vibrant business network within and across London is vital. I look forward to contributing to the debate and discussions on important business issues such as immigration and employment.”
Colin Stanbridge, Chief Executive of LCCI, said: “This is great news. Julia will bring a wealth of knowledge and expertise to the Chamber. Given her role in immigration matters, and the LCCI activity on that topic, we look forward to availing of her views and counsel”.
The LCCI board comprises a broad range of business leaders from a cross section of London firms. The full line-up is available here.
The next LCCI board meeting will be held on Monday 26 February.
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NOTES TO EDITOR:
- Julia Onslow-Cole is a Partner, Legal Markets Leader and Head of Global Immigration at PwC. Julia has recently been appointed to the board of Council for Global Immigration in Washington and to the board of the London Chamber of Commerce and Industry. Julia also sits on the Mayor of London's Brexit Advisory Group and newly established Home Office EU Immigration Employers' Representative Group.
- Julia is a member of the Global Leadership Team for PwC's worldwide legal practice covering all lines of service and is the Global Head of Immigration, which has immigration practices in 174 countries. Julia is a key expert on PwC’s Brexit Taskforce liaising with Government and Business following the referendum.