News analysis: Sexual harassment in spotlight as report shames Lloyd’s

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Sexual harassment and sexism have dominated the headlines in recent months, with numerous reports of misconduct coming out of the Lloyd’s market.

A number of senior employees in the market have left following allegations of inappropriate behaviour (see box right), and the corporation has rushed through an action plan to combat sexism after a Bloomberg report accused it of having a “deep-seated culture of sexual harassment”.

For the most part reported cases have centred on men behaving

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