Questions to ask when critiquing a board report on conflicts of interest

  • 29 September 2017

Conflicts of interest can be a challenge for insurers and brokers to manage effectively. Yet as the sector's main ethical risk, they must be addressed. Board members need to be kept informed and in a position to examine and if necessary, challenge the conflicts of interest reports they are getting. This free guides helps board members carry out that important role. 

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About the Author Duncan Minty

Duncan is the founder of the Ethics and Insurance blog and the author of its many posts. He's a Chartered Insurance Practitioner, having worked 18 years in the UK market. As an adviser to many firms on ethics issues, as well as a regular conference speaker, he is one of the leading voices on ethics and insurance.

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