I believe that women are – and should be treated as – intellectual and social equals to men.
The Chartered Insurance Institute has teamed up with AIG to lead the conversation at the forthcoming Women of the World festival about risks faced by women in society and how the insurance profession can respond.
This morning Sian Fisher was unveiled as the new CEO of the Chartered Insurance Institute.
When insurers reflect on 2015 there is no doubt it will be remembered as the year of new partnerships. Indeed, with the festive season upon us, there are plenty of companies in the market seeing in their first Christmas together. Alongside some major…
The Chartered Institute of Loss Adjusters council has formally approved the organisation's amended diversity and inclusion policy which includes training, development and progression opportunities for members.
In the final part of a five-part series covering the results of Post’s latest State of the Nation survey, Mairi MacDonald reports how our insurance CEOs view relationships with brokers, professionalism in the sector and the importance of diversity for…
Lloyd's CEO Inga Beale has topped a list of the leading lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender executives in the country.
Aon's UK CEO Dominic Christian has been appointed president of the Insurance Institute of London and will focus on diversity and inclusion as the theme of his term.
A recent PWC report showed female millennials had reservations about working in the insurance industry. Post investigates what the sector can do to include this group in its future workforce
Lloyd’s is to hold a festival from 29 September to 2 October to promote diversity and inclusion in the London market.
Schemes designed to attract more women into the insurance industry are starting to show signs of success, despite a piece of research that suggests female millennials are being put off a career in the sector.
The insurance industry is failing to keep hold of talented female workers, or even attract them in the first place, due to a perceived lack of equal opportunities.
The British Insurance Brokers' Association has become an official supporter of the Inclusion At Lloyd's initiative by signing the Lloyd's diversity and inclusion charter.
Greater cross-industry collaboration and a significant recruitment drive are needed if London is to fulfil its ambition to become a global cyber insurance hub, according to London market firms.
In the final part of the Insurance Census, Post looks at ethnic diversity in the insurance industry – and how the sector can improve.
The insurance industry is showing signs of improvement when it comes to gender equality, but it still has a lot of work to do
The Independent Women in Insurance Network has been criticised as being “too strident” by some members of the insurance industry, according to steering committee chair Barbara Merry.
Industry networking organisation The Worshipful Company of Insurers has launched a new Independent Women in Insurance Network.
A diverse workforce brings benefits to staff and positively influences corporate culture.
Canopius CEO’s experience makes her ‘ideal’ replacement for Richard Ward
When I joined the insurance market in 2004, just under 10 years ago, the ‘required’ dress code for me to enter the hallowed halls of Lloyd’s of London was a skirt or dress.
Link, the LGBT Insurance Network, has celebrated the one year anniversary of its steering committee with an event hosted by Catlin.
Despite insurance having a reputation for being run predominantly by men a study has shown in the cooperative and mutual insurance sector women are taking a much more significant role.