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Data enrichment is a big thing in insurance at the moment, yet it needs to be thought of more critically. Its ethical credentials are weak, and coming under increasing challenge.

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February 16, 2021

The big ethical challenge for insurers in 2021 will be to learn the lessons from events in 2020 and to apply them systematically across the firm. It will be a bigger task than many insurers think, but those who get it right will reap reputational rewards.

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January 5, 2021

You’d be surprised how codes of ethics vary across the insurance sector. What matters though is whether your firm’s code of ethics is good enough for the ethical challenges it is facing.

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September 21, 2020

Insurance people used to think of pricing as just a market thing. Now they recognise that fairness has to be factored in as well. Yet the ethics of insurance pricing has other dimensions that need to be factored in. If they’re not, the current pricing review will take even longer and become even more tortuous.

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August 18, 2020

Ethics training is a waste of time, unless it has an impact. All very good you might say, but what evidence is there for that impact? Detailed research in US financial services makes that clear.

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April 14, 2020

Signposting is being set up across a variety of retail insurance markets. The aim is to help consumers find the cover they need. Yet signposting is also a symptom of a stratifying market and that comes with all sorts of ethical implications.

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February 18, 2020

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