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.
Zurich Insurance is committed to diversity within its organisation, but will never introduce quotas in hiring, the company’s CEO said.
Financial lines account manager Florence is making her mark at the broker.
Less than half of companies in Lloyd’s have women on their boards, according to a survey on diversity.
For Post’s first research project of 2016, Michèle Bacchus asks more than 50 young insurer employees why they joined the sector, where they think the industry is heading and whether they want to be a part of its future.
Since joining Post at the end of February, I have come to appreciate just how important insurance is to business. They both go hand in hand. Without insurance, business simply could not operate. Insurance is the grease to the wheels of the commercial…
We have a complicated extended family tree and, rather than depending on blood links, I tell my son that family are the people who love you, which makes more sense to us
Full-service insurance provider Emerald Life launches today (30 March) with its first products designed specifically for the LGBT community.
Recent initiatives to tackle inequality in the workplace are welcome – but are they enough?
Penny is feeling empowered as a women after spending Friday at the Southbank’s Women of the World festival of diversity.
Lloyd's CEO Inga Beale has spoken of the challenges she faced working in the London insurance market in the 1980s at a gender equality festival in London today (11 March).
Until our workplace culture is aligned with the words we write on our corporate websites, we cannot call ourselves a contemporary profession.
Despite some recent high-level appointments, women are still lagging behind men when it comes to senior roles in insurance.
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.