Dany Cotton will become the first woman to take the role of London Fire commissioner.
The Chartered Institute of Loss Adjusters has been racking up a few firsts when it comes to naming its president in recent years, highlighting the changes the body is undergoing.
Video: Dive In - Hugh Hessing, Virginia Clegg and Pauline Miller on the importance of diversity and inclusion
With a week to go until Lloyd's Dive in festival Hugh Hessing of Aviva Ireland, Pauline Miller of Lloyd’s of London, and Virginia Clegg of DAC Beachcroft talk about why diversity in insurance is important.
Insurance is the first industry to sign up to the UN Women's global He For She initiative. We sent two reporters, a man and a woman, to cover the event and invited them to offer their thoughts.
Benedict Burke, president of the Chartered Institute of Loss Adjusters, reflects on his presidential year ahead of CILA's annual conference and annual general meeting on Wednesday in Manchester, where he will pass the baton on.
Sue Chittock is the UK diversity and inclusion consultant at Aviva and in her spare time she is an army reservist
Historically, the insurance industry has lacked diversity. When you imagine a typical insurance firm, you may picture a male, pale and stale boardroom. Increasingly, though, the industry has been implementing a range of initiatives to draw in a more…
The second part of the research asks what diversity means to Lloyd’s and the London Market and how can it attract young talent and people from outside the profession into insurance?
Senior executives from the insurance industry have joined the Insuring Women's Future programme's committee to focus on women's insurance risks.
Saatchi & Saatchi chairman Kevin Roberts has found himself in hot water, following his remark that ‘women lack vertical ambition, preferring circular ambition to achieve happiness’.
Older drivers are a growing market, whose risk is difficult to assess.
The insurance industry has reached a critical moment: either we evolve and innovate to keep up with the pace of technological and social change, or we risk losing our relevance to clients.
Two-thirds of participants in AIG’s two-week work experience programme said they were "quite likely” or “very likely” to consider a job in insurance after completing the course, compared to 67% unknowns at the start.
Motorists living in areas with a high proportion of ethnic minorities pay higher premiums for motor insurance, according to a report commissioned by a personal injury legal practice - and dismissed by the Association of British Insurers as flawed and…
Lloyd’s of London CEO Inga Beale sits down with Jonathan Swift to talk about Brexit, diversity and the need to modernise the market
I recently sat down with the ‘poster girl for diversity’ Inga Beale for this month’s cover interview. The Lloyd’s CEO covered a lot of ground, including the topic for which she has become a figurehead, as well as the modernisation of Lloyd’s – two…
Registration has opened for Lloyd's flagship Dive In festival for Diversity and Inclusion.
Diversity Award; Investing in the Profession
The insurance industry is in the midst of a cultural shift. A late developer, it's only in the last 15 years or so that our sector has evolved from one dominated by male managers while women account for a majority of the workforce, to a more diverse…
Former chair of the All Party Parliamentary Group for Insurance and Financial Services Jonathan Evans, pictured, was last night acclaimed as the achievement winner at the British Insurance Awards.
Mark Weil, Marsh UK and Ireland CEO, talks to Stephanie Denton about his busy tenure, integrating acquisitions and what comes next
Pride in London Parade takes place on Saturday 25 June and this year's theme is #nofilter, encouraging lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people to stop self-censoring and live their life as they are. To insure these customers as they are, do…
Executive Committees in financial services will not reach 30% female representation until 2048, it was revealed today in a report by global management consultancy Oliver Wyman.
At least 30% of Aviva’s executive committee will always be women, the company has said.