Guest blog: The debate about age and insurance is changing

This guest post was contributed by Duncan Minty, an ethics consultant specialising in the insurance market. 

Insurers have always wanted to know lots of things about the people applying for a policy, so any trend that simplifies that is bound to be good, isn’t it? My first inclination would be to answer yes, but at the same time, I would then wonder what has changed.

Has insurance become simpler? That would be great, but seems a bit unlikely. Or are insurers obtaining the information they need from other sources? That seems more likely. After all, the much talked about digital era has resulted in huge amounts of data being created about how we shop, where we travel, what we ‘like’, etc. Continue reading “Guest blog: The debate about age and insurance is changing”