Inclusion@Lloyd’s Partner Network initiative supports cross-market networks within the insurance market that focus on specific diversity and inclusion needs. Inclusion@Lloyd’s brings the Partner Networks together, promoting collaboration and connections across the insurance sector. Below is a roundup of our supported employee resource groups:
Link – The LGBT Insurance Network
Link is a professional network for members of the LGBT+ community and their allies who work in the insurance sector. Link’s mission is to create and maintain workplaces that attract and retain the best LGBT+ talent to the insurance industry. Link works towards this goal through a lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender lens, while being inclusive of all types of diversity.
iCAN – The Insurance Cultural Awareness Network
iCAN is the industry-wide independent network that supports multicultural inclusion across the insurance sector. Its mission is to promote multicultural inclusion and progression, engage with allies, and celebrate the benefits of inclusion and diversity in the insurance sector. It organises and manages many events, networking and skills sessions, speed mentoring events and more, as well as working with the employee resource groups across the industry to push the BAME agenda.
GIN – The Gender Inclusion Network
The Gender Inclusion Network for Insurance was formed in 2015 by a group of likeminded women from across the insurance industry. The group shares a passion to leverage diversity and inclusion to produce tangible business results and drive cultural change both within their respective organisations and across their industry. The conglomerate committee is made up of representatives from the internal Gender Networks from a number of insurance firms. Membership is open to both women and men across the insurance industry who want to take positive action to improve the gender balance within the industry.
IFN – Insurance Families Network
IFN’s mission is to make the insurance industry as family friendly as possible – allowing all those with family and caring responsibilities to reach their full career potential, achieve a happy, healthy and productive work and family life and feel truly included.
iDAWN – The Insurance Disability, Ability & Wellbeing Network
iDAWN’s mission is to help people thrive by providing a support network for mental ill health and disability within the insurance sector. Its focus is on promoting wellbeing and proactive personal resilience, encouraging open discussions about how to improve mental health and disability inclusion. iDAWN champions best practice providing scalable initiatives and information which can be freely accessed by anyone working in insurance.
NGIN – The next generation insurance network
NGIN empowers young insurance professionals by providing professional development and networking opportunities through an annual programme of events. It represents all those who consider themselves to be a young insurance professional with no age limit.
Based in the London Insurance Market, NGIN works closely with insurers, reinsurers, brokers, Lloyd’s, and other leading industry bodies to create a platform where ideas can be shared, relationships forged and careers supported.
As an independent network run by members for members, we pride ourselves on connecting talented young professionals with market leading experts in their field and are committed to providing exceptional opportunities to our members to further their careers.