Duncan Minty brings a lot of insight, a bit of challenge and an ethical perspective to your event.

  • Insight into how trust works in practice in the insurance market 
  • Challenge around the ethical steps we’re each able to take  
  • Clear thinking on the knowledge and skills that make this happen
This is independent thinking, not a watered down sales pitch. Duncan draws on experiences from his 18 years in the insurance market, as well as from helping many insurance firms achieve greater certainty on ethical issues.

Here are some insurance conferences that Duncan has been a speaker at...


The ABI 'Cyber, Data and Technology' conference 2017

The Insurance Institute of Ireland's Annual Ethics Lecture 2017

European Computer, Privacy and Data Protection - 2017

Several CII local institute lectures

2016 Financial Times

Future of Insurance Conference

MGAA conference 2016

CIPFA insurance conference 2016

The 2015 GIRO conference

And I've given lectures at the University of Leicester and the University of Southampton.

Duncan has engaged with audiences from 600 down to a dozen, and in auditoriums and at small private events. He’s sat on panels of industry experts and of academic researchers.

Current Speaking Topics

  • Ethical Decision Making 
  • Data, AI and Ethics Trends
  • Ethical Leadership
  • Trust and Fairness

Typical Speaking Events

  • Professional Conferences
  • Away-Days and Retreats
  • Masterclasses
  • Corporate Conferences

What you get out of speaking events like these

People with...

  • knowledge of ethics and how it applies to insurance
  • skills for applying ethics to everyday decisions
  • insight into key ethical trends

A firm with...

  • evidence of building their people’s ethical knowledge
  • staff more confident at tackling ethical dilemmas
  • a platform upon which to build their ethics initiatives

Contact Duncan to discuss speaking at your event...

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