Law360, London (May 13, 2019, 6:09 PM BST) -- Lloyd's of London said on Monday that it has asked an independent body to survey the working environment and culture at its member companies, amid allegations of bullying and sexual harassment at the specialist insurance market.
The Banking Standards Board, which promotes competence in the financial services industry, will review the standards of behavior and the conduct that is followed by employees at firms operating under the Lloyd's umbrella, the insurance market said. The survey will be the largest-ever review of culture in the insurance sector, Lloyd's said.
Complaints of sexual harassment from female employees at the 330-year-old insurance market have...
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