CII reports tiny narrowing of gender pay gap

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The organisation analysed data reported to the government by insurance firms, including brokers, but improvement is less than 1%.

A median gender pay gap in insurance of 23.2% was found in data reported for the financial year 2018/19 according to the Chartered Insurance Institute (CII).

The previous 12 months found a gap of 24% in median reported pay. Last year the CII called on the insurance sector to do more to ensure equality in pay.

Tali Shlomo, people engagement director of the CII, said: “This is the second year of gender pay gap reporting, which gives our profession the opportunity to explore the impact of

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