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Inclusion and Diversity

At TMK, we aim to be a ‘Good Company’ by being a great company to do business with and a great place to work. We believe that our success is achieved through engaging our people within a meritocratic culture which rewards those who move our business forward. Ensuring our talent pool comprises a diverse range of people and perspectives is a critical enabler for innovation so that we are able to provide the support our clients in a changing world. We are committed to an environment that is safe, open, inclusive and empowering in which all of our people can thrive.

Our people can take part in a series of network groups, which are sponsored at executive level, for gender, ethnicity, LGBT+, parents and carers, disability and multi-generational working to ensure we maintain an open dialogue about issues that affect all of us.

Racial inclusivity

TMK became a founding partner of the African-Caribbean Insurance Network (ACIN) in early 2019 as part of a drive to become a more inclusive business. Our strategic partnership with the ACIN has given us insights and access to perspectives on key issues affecting not only our business and our people, but our industry overall – and we are stronger for it.

Recent, tragic events have prompted global discussions about the realities of racial inequality that are long overdue. We are focused on promoting a work environment where these discussions are valued as a means of improving the opportunities for our black and ethnic minority employees while creating a better, more inclusive environment for all. 

TMK and Lloyd’s have sponsored an ACIN report on race, racism and inequality in the London insurance market entitled Six Steps to Racial Inclusivity. We have already incorporated the recommendations made by the ACIN into our inclusion and diversity strategy and encourage our peers in the market to do the same. We are also engaged with Lloyd’s activities and are committed to partnering with Lloyd’s and the broader market to maximize the impact. We are determined to embrace this opportunity to become a better business and to further our aim to create a safe, open, inclusive and empowering environment in which all our people can thrive.

See the ACIN racial inclusivity report 2020 here

You can view the TMK Inclusion, Diversity & Equality Policy here

Gender Pay Gap

The gender pay gap report outlines the difference in average pay between male and female employees at varying seniority levels across the business. The 2019 report shows a narrowing of the gap, which has been influenced by the considered steps taken to develop TMK’s top female talent since we began reporting in 2017. We are committed to doing all we can to close the gender pay gap at TMK.

See our gender pay gap report 2019 here