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
Island Insurance Brokers has become the first Maltese insurance broker to be awarded Chartered status by the Chartered Insurance Institute.
Hot on the heels of the Award in Life and Pensions Foundations introduced late last year, the Chartered Insurance Institute (CII) recently launched its next-step qualification for the sector – the Certificate in Financial Services, Life and Pensions.
Allianz’s Excellence in Claims (EiC) programme is celebrating its 10-year anniversary since the initiative was accredited by the Chartered Insurance Institute in 2007.