Our commitment to inclusion and diversity

Promoting a diverse and inclusive workplace

At Miller, we recognise how diversity brings benefits to our people, our clients and our business.

To foster greater diversity, we need an inclusive, open and supportive working environment where everyone is valued, respected and able to meet their full potential. This is at the heart of Miller and reinforced by our values: we do the right thing, deliver on our promises and work as one team.

Greg Collins circle

“We want Miller to be a place where people feel confident to be themselves and for our employees and partners to be representative of the diversity of London, our clients and the international markets in which we operate.”

Greg Collins, CEO


In 2015, Miller signed up to the Inclusion@Lloyd’s charter, a public commitment to promote diversity and inclusion within the Lloyd’s market, and in 2016, formed its own Inclusion@Miller committee whose purpose is to formulate and execute our diversity and inclusion strategy, drive our identified core priorities and ensure an ongoing focus on fostering greater diversity and inclusion within Miller.

The committee is formed of representatives from across the breadth of our business and is sponsored by a member of the Group Executive Committee.

Three of our 15 strong committee
From left to right: Sue Taylor (Secretary), Gary Clark (Executive sponsor) and Jo Holliday (Chair)

For more information, please email inclusion@miller-insurance.com.

2017 gender pay gap report

Miller GPG report thumbnail Our 2017 gender pay gap report, published on 9 March 2018, identifies our current data and commitments to future action.

We want to be open and transparent about Miller's gender pay gap. We have therefore produced two sets of data, those required by the regulations and a set that includes everyone who works with us in the UK. We hope you’ll agree that we are doing the right thing by sharing this additional information.

Read our 2017 gender pay gap report >>