Lloyd's CEO admits that culture problems are ongoing

The Lloyds building in London

Lloyd’s CEO John Neal believes the market is yet to successfully tackle its ongoing culture problems.

Speaking at the MGAA annual conference on Tuesday, Neal simply answered “no” when asked if Lloyd’s had done enough.

This admission is “despite all of the effort in representing inclusion the best way possible in the industry,” Neil commented.

He added: “We’ve all had a wake-up call, whatever we’re doing isn’t enough.”

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