Lloyd’s names chief people officer

Insurance market Lloyd’s has appointed Sara Gomez as chief people officer with immediate effect. She joined Lloyd’s in July 2021 and was appointed interim chief HR officer and a member of Lloyd’s executive committee on 1st December 2021. As chief people officer, she will focus on developing Lloyd’s talent, leadership and inclusion strategy.

John Neal, chief executive officer at Lloyd’s, said: “I am delighted to confirm Sara in the new role of chief people officer at what is an important time for the Lloyd’s Corporation as we develop our talent and inclusion strategy. Sara is a proven leader, and in the short time that she has been at Lloyd’s she has already made a significant and valuable contribution.”

Gomez added: “I am excited to be continuing my career with Lloyd’s. It is an iconic brand and I can see a tremendous opportunity to develop our talent and inclusion strategy even further as we strive to make Lloyd’s a magnet for the very best talent in financial services.”

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