Insurance chiefs who smashed ceilings now walk on broken glass

Editor’s View: On International Women’s Day, Emma Ann Hughes argues the insurance industry needs to battle against ‘diversity fatigue’ and acknowledge the fight for inclusivity must continue until barriers to women’s career progression and equal pay are broken.

The lofty positions of Aviva CEO Amanda Blanc and Aon chief Julie Page – plus the many promises to tackle sexism in insurance that are made today by politicians

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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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