Lloyd’s earmarks £52m following slavery ties research

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Lloyd’s has launched a programme of initiatives to help Black and ethnically diverse people join and build careers in the market following independent research into its historic links to the transatlantic slave trade.

Research by Black Beyond Data, funded by the Mellon Foundation – a project based out of Johns Hopkins University in Maryland, US – found that Lloyd’s played a significant role in enabling the slave

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Lloyd’s DEI role model Sheila Cameron

Last year, Lloyd’s commissioned Franklyn Rodgers to create six portraits of diverse role models. We complete our series of spotlighting them all by speaking to Sheila Cameron, the CEO of the Lloyd’s Market Association

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