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The ABI is working with its members to build a modern and diverse industry and has become a leading voice in inclusion. As an advocate, the ABI’s Talent & Diversity network brings together our members on key issues, and as an employer, the ABI’s inclusion strategy is committed to creating a workplace that allows everyone to thrive, regardless of background. The ABI has sponsored GIN to help raise awareness, empower change and drive forward GIN’s agenda to improve gender diversity across the insurance industry.

The Women’s International Network (WIN) provides a global community for women at Aon to support personal and professional growth, help with career advancement at Aon as well as benefit our clients through knowledge sharing. This Business Resource Group helps Aon remain a destination of choice for high-quality professionals by enhancing its ability to attract, develop and retain talent.


AIG’s Gender Equality Matters (previously Women and Allies) network is a part of a wider Global Employee Resource Network and currently has active members across all UK offices. GEM is the meeting point for employees who care about gender balance. We support our community by taking positive action to achieve a working environment that is inclusive and respectful of our differences. It is committed to supporting diversity and inclusion at every level in the workplace, enhancing fairness and supporting other D&O networks, both internal and external.

Euler Hermes is committed to gender equality making it a conversation topic across the business. As a part of Allianz, Euler Hermes is a part of the internal gender equality network “Women in the City” as well has having links to the global Euler Hermes network “NEO” (Network for Equal Opportunities). Allianz and Euler Hermes both support an inclusive workplace with a commitment to attracting, supporting and advancing the women who work with us.

Beazley is committed to creating an environment that supports and embraces diversity and to inspiring and helping people with different perspectives to thrive at all levels of our business. Gender diversity and inclusion is a key element of Beazley’s overall diversity strategy and the reason we fully support and participate in the Gender Inclusion Network.

Chubb’s Gender Equality Network (GEN) provides opportunities for networking, education and development of business capabilities for all employees, with the aim of driving positive change towards the goal of gender equality within Chubb and the wider insurance industry.

At Lloyd’s we have ‘Inspire’ – a forum for all Lloyd’s employees to promote awareness and understanding of issues relating to gender equality within the workplace, to share information, and develop their professional and leadership skills. D&I is a shared responsibility across genders. Our executive sponsor is Peter Spires, and our forum consists of both men and women.

RSA fully endorses the aims of the Gender Inclusion Network for Insurance and looks forward to continuing to support the work its leading within the industry. RSA has reinvigorated its efforts to build greater diversity across all levels of our organisation and create a more inclusive culture which attracts, encourages and capitalises on diverse perspectives. We are currently developing a longer-term strategy to ensure we are achieving these ambitions.

Our vision is to be a business and professional networking forum with the primary purpose of supporting the development of women at Travelers and to be the catalyst for unlocking potential and expanding opportunities for women.

Zurich's Women's Innovation Network (WIN) is a global network launched in 2007 with over 5,000 members in 17 countries. Our aspiration is for all employees, both men and women, to have equal development opportunities across all levels of the organisation. Everyone at Zurich is invited to take part. Our strategy revolves around three key pillars: Networking & influencing; Driving Cultural change ; and Career development.