Ensuring people with mental health problems get a fair deal on insurance
February 8 @ 10:30 am - 12:00 pm
Join us for the launch of new Money and Mental Health research, exploring experiences of the insurance industry among people with mental health problems.
The research shows that people with mental health problems can often face higher premiums, exclusions or declines for insurance products like travel and life. Experiencing mental health problems can also make it more difficult to navigate the market, understand relevant information and make claims.
Join us at our launch event to hear more about our recommendations on how insurance firms and regulators can ensure that people with mental health problems get a fair deal when taking out insurance. Speakers will include:
- Julie Higman – Proposition Manager, Aviva
- Mark Jones – Product Director, Legal & General
- Chris Lees – Senior Research Officer, Money and Mental Health Policy Institute
- Jakob Strandgaard – Policy Advisor, Association of British Insurers
- Helen Undy (Chair) – Chief Executive, Money and Mental Health Policy Institute
- Joe Wilson – IFoA mental health working party
Further speakers to be announced.
The launch event for the new research will take place at 10.30am-12pm on 8 February, at Which?’s offices in central London. This will be a hybrid event, which you can attend either in person or remotely.
Please sign up to attend in person by clicking this link.
Alternatively, if you would like to attend remotely, please sign up remotely by clicking this link.
This report was supported by a grant from the Which? Fund.