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Championing equal representation for women in insurance.

Introducing ISC Group. A global, not-for-profit community dedicated to equipping businesses towards equal representation; by empowering women to grow personally and professionally, through an industry specific network.


The Facts

Industry Statistics

Percentage of women on boards in top 60 Insurance companies in Germany * 

The lack of women in leadership positions can inhibit the ambition of others, perpetuating the problem.

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How we help you.

ISC Group is a global non-profit organisation dedicated to the development and advancement of women in the RE/insurance industries with 20 years of experience.

ISC Group provides a clear path for companies to invest in high impact programmes that connect with and strengthen internal career development plans and connects women talent with the 1500+ women currently enrolled.

Thanks to an appreciation of the additional factors impacting a woman’s experience at work including caring responsibilities, confidence, visibility or lack of opportunity and the menopause, all topics which are explored across our hundreds of hours of annual programming, ISC is uniquely positioned to provide its members with the tools to succeed.
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Our Holistic Programme

Throughout the past twelve years, we have identified four key pillars that, in conjunction, have proven to accelerate women in the workplace at any stage in their career.


Provide a safe space for challenging conversations to happen.



Improve communication across the industry to reduce the seniority gap.



Stimulate internal and external self-awareness around behaviours in business.


Business Insights

Give better access to industry knowledge to accelerate career progression.


Individual Memberships

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All Women in Insurance

On Demand

Keynote interviews or panel discussions on a variety of topical subjects. All are recorded and stored in the online hub for members to access.

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Global Networking

Opportunities for members to network with other women in insurance around the world. These sessions are facilitated by members from the ISC Community.

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Community Working Groups

Led by our members, we are committed to supporting broader society and getting the insurance industry behind some of the ongoing initiatives and charitable organisations available.

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Frequently asked questions

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How do I join the mailing list?

Email us at, we’ll point you in the right direction!What is the difference between the General and paid membership options?

What is the difference between the General and paid membership options?

The general membership provides access to the broadcasts and networking events however the paid membership includes coaching, mentoring and business insights events. It is a programme which has been carefully designed with your career development in mind.

How much time do these events take up?

It depends on how many events you want to attend but we estimate 60-90 minutes a month.

Why can’t men apply to become an ISC member?

We believe in positive discrimination to effectuate lasting culture change. Our goal is to reach gender parity in the Insurance industry and as such devote our time to providing women with the skills they need to reach leadership positions.

What are the working groups and how are they different from each other?

The working groups each focus on a particular topic which is of interest and value to our members. They act to engage the Insurance industry more effectively in each of their specific sectors whether that be through education or charitable giving.

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