Decisions must be based on strong, transparent evidence, says Money & Mental Health Policy Institute's Helen Undy
Insurers must ensure that their evidence base is solid when declining or rating cover to people with a history of mental ill-health to avoid breaching the Equality Act 2010, Helen Undy, chief executive, Money & Mental Health Policy Institute, warned the Protection Review Conference today. Speaking as part of a keynote address, Undy said that insurers are entitled to protect themselves from unmanageable risk providing their decision is based on "sound evidence" however she questioned whether this...
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