Lloyd & # 39; s of London is preparing to unveil a new code of conduct for employees this week, preventing drunk and senior employees from entering the building.
Last month, Bloomberg reported that 18 women had come forward and claimed that they had been subjected to "near-end harassment" on the market.
Further measures include closing the pub in the building and setting up a helpline against bullying and sexual harassment.
According to the Sunday Telegraph, the pub will be turned into a cafe.
In the wake of the allegations, Lloyd & # 39; s described as a "meat market" and chief executive, John Neal said the company "should be public and decisive" about the action that is needed.
A spokesperson for Lloyd & # 39; s told Insurance Times: "The update of the rules for access to Lloyd & # 39; s buildings is only part of our broader action plan for inappropriate behavior in the Lloyd & # 39; s market exterminate.
"We want to take seriously our promise to improve the culture for the better and ensure that Lloyd & # 39; s is a safe and inclusive environment for all our members."