Peredur Owen Griffiths is a Plaid Cymru Senedd Member for South Wales East.

As a son of a church minister, Peredur has lived in a number of different areas of Wales including Denbigh in the Vale of Clwyd, Pumsaint in Carmarthenshire, Moelfre in Ynys Môn, Lixwm in Flintshire.

Upon leaving school he attended Sheffield University to study for a Control Systems Engineering Masters Degree. Whilst studying, Peredur became an employee of Abbey National. After graduating, Peredur was fast-tracked into being a Bank Manager for Santander, and was able to move back to Wales to complete his training. He worked in branches across south Wales, including Newport, Monmouth, Caerphilly, Merthyr Tydfil, Blackwood, Cwmbran, Barry, Tonypandy, and Cardiff.

After Santander, came Principality Building Society, where Peredur worked as a Business Development Manager for the residential mortgage arm of the business. Peredur left his career in banking to work in the third sector, initially for Christian Aid and then CYTUN (Churches Together in Wales). Prior to his election to the Senedd in 2021, Peredur was a community councillor within his region.

Peredur chairs the Finance Committee and sits on a number of other committees including Petitions and Standards.

In his spare time, Peredur enjoys choral singing and is a member of the award-winning CF1 mixed choir.