Lloyd’s hits 2020 women leadership target as it unveils latest DE&I data


Lloyd’s has admitted it has a “way to go” on its “culture journey” after hitting its short-term target of 35% of leadership positions (+3 percentage points) to be filled by women, set in 2020.

The revelation follows the publication of its fifth Market Policies and Practices (MP&P) return, which the market claimed “showed progress on its diversity targets, including women in leadership and ethnically diverse hiring” over the last data released in March 2023.

On the first point, there were improvements at all leadership levels, with women making up 25% of boards (+3pp), 28% of executive committees (+2pp), and 36% of direct reports to executive committee (+2pp). 45% of firms met or

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