Lloyd's is a unique and rewarding place to work for professionals looking to advance and develop their careers.
Developing employees is critical to our business and at Lloyd's you will be actively encouraged to acquire new skills and knowledge. This benefits both you and the organisation and will enable you to meet new challenges and ensure Lloyd’s longer-term success.
We became the world’s specialist insurance market by embracing things others would not. We're not afraid to try something new - whether it be exploring an emerging market or developing new technology to map risk hotspots. Nor are we afraid to fly in the face of common practice, if it helps improve us as an organisation.
The Lloyd's market was built on face-to-face negotiations and close collaboration is still very much encouraged here. We always prefer to talk through an issue in person. We think it's a more effective and enjoyable way of working.
Finally, we enjoy a challenge. In fact, we thrive on them. We’re not afraid of making tough decisions or tackling big issues. Nor are we shy about suggesting a new or radical way of doing things. We love fresh ideas, and we look forward to hearing a few of yours.
Frequently asked questions
We value individuality and welcome talented people from all backgrounds. There are a number of attitudes and behaviours which we regard as crucially important to the continued success of Lloyd’s and which we expect all employees to demonstrate in their daily working environment in order to reflect the Lloyd’s brand.
To understand the broader business environment and how it relates to the Lloyd’s agenda.
To own objectives, deliver against promises and meet expectations.
To build effective relationships and alliances to help achieve the Corporation’s objectives.
To embrace change in an open and receptive manner.
To possess the drive to exceed expectations.
In addition, there are specific requirements, both technical skills and interpersonal behaviours that are particularly important to certain roles.
Lloyd’s is a unique and rewarding place to work, whether you are just starting out or want to advance and develop your career
Lloyd’s offers an attractive salary and benefits package which includes, but is not limited to: up to 30 days' paid annual leave plus public holidays; performance-related bonus schemes; pension scheme; private medical insurance; medical examinations; life assurance; subsidised restaurant; interest free season ticket loan; employee discounts as well as a ‘flex’ benefits options package which allows you to trade or purchase extra benefits or can be taken purely as a cash benefit.
We believe that everyone has the potential for development. You will be actively encouraged to acquire skills and knowledge to add to your experience. This benefits both the individual and the organisation and will enable you to meet new challenges and ensure Lloyd’s longer-term success.
Lloyd's offers a wide range of development opportunities to support you in your personal development including classroom education, eLearning, access to conferences and seminars, mentoring, coaching, management, leadership and personal effectiveness programmes. Lloyd's also provides a framework for career development planning and supports continuous performance management processes.
We also support study towards continuing professional development.
Employees are encouraged to develop an understanding of Lloyd’s through studying towards the Lloyd's and London Market Introductory Test (LLMIT), which explores how business is conducted here, and the roles and responsibilities of all those involved.
We ensure employees receive appropriate time off to study and take the exams, and the funding they need to take the relevant courses and buy study materials.
Lloyd’s employs almost 1,000 people worldwide and we take both their personal and professional wellbeing very seriously. Whilst we certainly try to enjoy everything we do while we’re at work, we also believe that life outside work is important too.
There will be times when you have to put in some extra hours to complete a project or meet a deadline, but generally we don’t have a culture of long hours.
It’s important to strike a good balance between work and life outside Lloyd’s. There are numerous social, voluntary and charitable schemes for Lloyd’s employees to get involved with, including the renowned Lloyd’s Community Programme. There are lots of opportunities to help in the community through the Programme.
There’s also a social scene for those who want to be part of this. There are many different social groups, sports teams and even language clubs that organise events and trips. And of course, there are a number of excellent bars and restaurants in the area for something a little more unplanned.