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Lloyd’s launch D&I report

Lloyd’s launch D&I report

Inclusion@Lloyd’s has launched its second report on diversity and inclusion (D&I) around the Lloyd’s market.

Following on from last year’s inaugural report, Holding up the Mirror: Reflections on diversity and inclusion in the Lloyd’s market, provides an interim update on progress in key areas. The report looks back at 2016, shining a spotlight on events and groups from around the market, including a review of the second Dive In festival, its impact, international growth and awards.

New research commissioned by Inclusion@Lloyd’s highlights what diversity and inclusion practice looks like in the market today, drawn from the responses of more than 30 different companies. Key findings from the new report include:

  • 71% of firms have training or development in place that includes D&I
  • 37.5% have D&I councils or steering committees, up from 20% in 2016
  • 53% now have a formal D&I policy in place, compared to 35% last year.

As well as anonymised and aggregated results, the report includes five in-depth interviews with a range of market executives, who share their experiences and insights into implementing various aspects of D&I strategies.

To download the full report, go to: www.lloyds.com/inclusion

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