How women are smashing insurance’s glass ceilings

International Womens Day

Ahead of International Women’s Day (8 March), Insurance Post Editor Emma Ann Hughes examines how glass ceilings in insurance are being smashed and whether presenteeism rearing its ugly head could stunt further female progress in the industry.

At the turn of the century, women working in the insurance industry feared flagging the need to pick up their children from school or talking about period pains could

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One year on from the introduction of the Financial Conduct Authority’s Consumer Duty requirements for open products, Emma Ann Hughes investigates whether insurers will get a pat on the back or a clip round the ear from the regulator when they hand in their board reports.

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