Lloyd’s furthers DEI agenda

Lloyd’s has published results from its fourth Market Policies and Practices annual survey, setting out changes to its diversity, equity and inclusion targets. The proportion of women in leadership roles has increased by 2 percentage points to reach 32%, it said. Ethnic minority representation in the market workforce also went up by 2 percentage points to 11%.

In a statement, Lloyd’s said: “While culture change takes time, these results show that Lloyd’s is making good progress and is committed to ensuring that the market is an inclusive place where everyone can thrive.

“Lloyd’s has introduced an upskilling programme for market participants focusing on talent and succession planning, inclusive hiring and diversity data collection.”

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