Lockton’s Louise Flood recognised in IBUK’s class of ’Elite Women’

Elite Women
We’re incredibly proud of Louise Flood, who features in the Insurance Business UK (IBUK) 2021 list of 49 ‘Elite Women’ for her outstanding work in the insurance field.


IBUK’s yearly awards puts a spotlight on the ground-breaking work that women are doing across the insurance industry, showcasing female leaders in what was once a male-dominated field. 

Louise has been a part of the London insurance market for over twelve years, working on major accounts and building up strong relationships with clients and insurers along the way. She was instrumental in the formation of Lockton’s UK Flight School, our tremendously successful leadership programme, running annually since 2018. Louise was also a panellist at the UK’s Women in Insurance event in 2019.

As an active member of the ‘Women in Lockton’ committee, Louise has helped to open the door to more networking opportunities for women across the market, raising Lockton’s profile and building lasting relationships across the insurance network. 

"I am absolutely delighted to be chosen as part of this prestigious list, among some incredible role models of mine. It is fantastic to be recognised industry-wide for my contribution to promoting gender equality."

 A working parent, Louise is mother to one-year-old Emmeline and wife of three years to Chris Flood. 

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