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New Lloyd’s report on diversity and inclusion

New Lloyd’s report on diversity and inclusion

Lloyd’s has published its first report on the state of diversity and inclusion (D&I) in the Lloyd’s market, entitled: Holding up the Mirror: Reflections on diversity and inclusion in the Lloyd’s market.

Launched In April, the report looks back at 2015, shining a spotlight on events and groups from around the market, including a review of the inaugural Dive In festival and its legacy.

Dominic Christian, chair of the Inclusion@Lloyd’s initiative, said: “There is a growing body of evidence that points to a clear business case for D&I, from productivity gains to innovation. This understanding has helped develop a clear mission and vision for Inclusion@Lloyd’s and a unifying focus, in the form of a diversity and inclusion charter, which now carries signatures from 60 organisations, all of which have pledged to develop D&I best practice.

We hope this report, the business case it reflects and the stories within it, will encourage more of the organisations in the Lloyd’s market to formalise their commitment to diversity and inclusion.”

The full report can be found at: www.lloyds.com/the-market/tools-and-resources/diversity

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