Two TMK executives resign amid fresh sexual harassment claims at Lloyd's

The Lloyds building in London

Two executives at Lloyd’s provider Tokio Marine Kiln (TMK) have left the company amid allegations of sexual harassment, reports Bloomberg.

One of the executives has been accused of groping colleagues at a staff party and the other of stalking a junior employee.

Lloyd’s has found itself in the centre of a sexism scandal since March when Bloomberg Businessweek published a report slamming the market for having a “deep-seated culture of sexual harassment”.

According to Bloomberg, the alleged

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