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Treading the fine line between differentiation and discrimination

Equal access to goods and services for all is considered a right and one of the European Union’s focus areas in securing the well-being of its citizens. Insurers play a critical role in providing financial protection and security to at-risk communities to support, and preserve the gains of, social and economic development.

How can we balance discriminatory practices and preserve the ability of insurers to offer affordable and sustainable products?

As genetic testing becomes mainstream and medical advancements improve the outcomes for cancer survivors, insurers are confronted with a challenging ethical dilemma: To what extent should this information be used in assessing risk? Within this framework, how can insurance providers operate going forward?

How to appropriately differentiate risks without discrimination?

Join the discussion on 23 – 24 March 2020 at the Swiss Re Centre for Global Dialogue in Rüschlikon, Switzerland

In this unique debate, you’ll be joined by stakeholders engaged in the discussion around discrimination, leaders of national and European interest groups, thought leaders as well as senior members of the insurance industry, all of whom will add colour to the debate from different perspectives.