A staff member at Lloyd’s has been suspended following booze-fuelled inappropriate comments made on a business trip.
John Neal, chief executive at Lloyd’s, told the Sunday Times that the employee had been suspended for one month after making the comments in an alcohol related incident.
Lloyd’s has recently found itself the target of a number of reports highlighting a culture of sexism and sexual harassment at the market.
Last week the Bank of England’s director of supervision, Anna Sweeney,
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