Lloyd’s sets up culture advisory group

Lloyd’s has confirmed the membership of its culture advisory group, set up to provide guidance and thought leadership, to assist in the implementation of long-term culture change in the market. This follows the results of the culture survey, thought to be the largest ever conducted in the insurance sector, which Lloyd’s published in September.

Various experts with experience of successful cultural transformation have been appointed to the group, including psychologist and chief executive officer of APS, John Amaechi, chief executive officer of Mental Health UK, Brian Dow, chief executive officer of Salesforce UKI, Dame Jayne-Anne Gadhia and director at GoodCorporation, Debbie Ramsay.

Members of the group representing Lloyd’s include the chief executives of the Lloyd's Market Association, Sheila Cameron, the London Market Group, Clare Lebecq, the London and International Brokers’ Association, Christopher Croft, the International Underwriting Association, Dave Matcham as well as Inclusion@Lloyd’s Chair, Dominic Christian.

Chair of the Lloyd’s culture advisory group, Fiona Luck said: “We are privileged to bring together such an accomplished group of experts and industry leaders. I believe that the combination of their insights and experience along with the strong commitment from our senior leadership team at Lloyd’s will drive real cultural change.

“The culture advisory group will help identify measurable outcomes, critically assess progress against these outcomes and play a pivotal role in creating the aspirational culture of integrity, respect and inclusion, across the Lloyd’s market,” she added.

The group’s inaugural meeting took place in January.

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