FCA seeks data from London market firms on discrimination, harassment and bullying

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The Financial Conduct Authority has written to London market and Lloyd’s insurance companies seeking information related to incidents of “non-financial misconduct”.

The FCA is seeking to collect data on the volume and type of incidents – including discrimination, harassment, victimisation, and bullying – and the methods of detection and the actions taken to address these incidents within firms.

The sector-wide information-gathering exercise requires all regulated Lloyd’s managing agents, London Market insurers (including P&I Clubs), Lloyd’s and London market Insurance intermediaries and managing general agents to complete the survey by close of business on 5

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