PI law firm Thompsons Solicitors has submitted its findings on 'ethnic penalties' in motor insurance to the Equality and Human Rights Commission.
With diversity so high on the insurance industry’s agenda and the world of science recently celebrating the annual Ada Lovelace Day, highlighting the contribution of women in science, Post set out to find when the first female underwriter made her mark…
“If not me, who? If not now, when?” This is the question actor Emma Watson posed as she addressed the United Nations in 2014 on behalf of a campaign that she is fronting known as He For She.
Five female insurance entrepreneurs give Jonathan Swift the lowdown on the start-up sector
Insurers have been rallying around the Women in Finance Charter as a way of pushing for more women in senior roles.
Michèle Bacchus finds out how David Beckham’s legs can help make broking more enticing and attract talent to the sector
The second annual Dive In Festival for Diversity and Inclusion concluded its three day international events programme on Friday.
Having recently moved from the outskirts of London to Somerset to increase my rebellious teenage son's chances of staying at school, I now understand why Londoners might be considered slightly arrogant.
Julie Thomas, diversity, inclusion & wellbeing manager at Zurich, tells Post how the insurance industry can welcome and nurture talents from all walks of life.
Post is supporting the Chartered Insurance Institute’s He for She campaign - making simple, achievable personal commitments that inspire others to join the conversation and show support for gender parity.
Willis Towers Watson has introduced in the UK a plan to proactively hire people with autistic spectrum disorders.
Post's journalists are attending the Dive In festival.
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.