Duncan Minty Consultancy

I help insurance firms

achieve greater certainty

on ethical issues

“…always provides insight of value and genuinely helps to move a debate forward…”

David Thomson, Director of Policy and Public Affairs, Chartered Insurance Institute

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An ‘Ethics Briefing’ 

A clear, concise overview of an ethical issue that you need to know more about, with ‘critical friend’ insight relevant to your firm and its business. More here…

 

Ethical case studies for insurance staff

Stories that resonate, set in a variety of insurance settings. More here…

 

Horizon scanning workshop

Putting emerging ethical issues onto your firm’s strategic radar. More here…

About Duncan

Duncan is an ethics professional who specialises in the general and long term insurance sectors. He provides clients with greater certainty on ethical risks and opportunities, enabling them to build trust, reduce costs and enhance service.

Widely recognised as a pragmatic, forward thinking practitioner, he has become an authorative voice on the ethical dimension of doing business in the insurance sector. His 14 years as an independent consultant is based on a belief that every firm is different and every solution needs to be tailored. That’s why composites, mutuals, London market firms, professional bodies and wealth management firms have all turned to him for advice.

Duncan has been a Chartered Insurance Practitioner since 2009.

Sharpen up your ethics

Boost your knowledge of the ethical issues that matter to the insurance sector, with over 16 ebooks and checklists available for free download. Here’s the most popular one at the moment –

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The ‘Ethics and Insurance Blog’

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  • Could algorithms make insurance firms ungovernable? 28/Mar/17
    It sounds a bit scary, but could big data result in the oversight provided by board members of an insurance firm soon becoming impossible? Is insurance changing so much that board members will soon feel unable to hold the management of the firm to account? There’s an argument emerging to this effect, and I’ll cover […]
  • Sounds crazy, but consider putting your top sales person in charge of ethics 20/Mar/17
    I’ve never come across an insurance firm  that has put responsibility for the firm’s ethics programme into the hands of its top sales person. And yet, I think they might be missing out on a real opportunity. A lot will come down to what you want to achieve with your firm’s ethics programme. If it’s […]

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