There are at least three key topics at the intersection of insurance and ethics in times of climate change transition. A first dimension is to address ethical dilemmas embedded in insurance related professions and in particular the ethical challenges facing groups such as actuaries, insurance lawyers and insurance marketers. Second, it is important to examine the specific ethical responsibilities of insurance companies in relation to risk and responsibility sharing to address big contemporary challenges such as sustainable development. Finally, one has to look at the ethical values at the core of the relationships between insurance companies and their clients, eg. trust or mistrust in insurance contracts, solidarity or fair distribution of rights and duties.
- Prof. Johannes Brinkmann, prof. Emeritus – Department of Strategy and Entrepreneurship, Norwegian Business School
- Prof. Aaron Doyle, Associate prof. at Carleton University
- Ms Aurélie Fallon Saint-Lo, Head of P&C Underwriting and Business Strategy for Climate and Sustainability at AXA
- Prof. Paula Jarzabkowski, prof. of Strategic Management at University of Queensland
- Ms Henriette Saether Tveit, Director, Partner Eco-systems & Direct
- Prof. Paul H. Dembinski, Director of the Observatoire de la Finance and prof. at University of Fribourg
|Prof. Johannes Brinkmann
Johannes Brinkmann, PhD, professor (em.) at the BI Norwegian Business School in Oslo, with ethics of insurance and risk as one of his key research interests. For further information see his website.
|Prof. Aaron Doyle
Aaron Doyle is an associate professor of Sociology and Criminology at Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada. He has published two books and a number of articles and chapters on the sociology of the insurance industry.
|Ms Aurélie Fallon Saint-Lo
Aurélie Fallon Saint-Lo focuses on integrating sustainability and climate strategy in P&C underwriting at AXA. Main aeras of focus are Net zero Insurance Alliance, TNFD, ESG policies and Green business development. Prior to this position she has lead environmental insurance business during more than 12 years. An environmental engineer by trade, she has worked with industrial groups before specializing in environmental insurance and sustainability P&C underwriting.
|Prof. Paula Jarzabkowski
Paula Jarzabkowski is Professor of Strategic Management at University of Queensland and an expert in cross-partnerships to address insurance protection gaps. Her forthcoming book on this topic, Disaster Insurance Reimagined, will be released by Oxford University Press in 2023.
|Ms Henriette Saether Tveit
Experienced commercial executive with a demonstrated history of delivering profitable growth in Norway and internationally in a variety of industries. 12 years of experience working with Commercial Strategy & Business Model Innovation to enhance competitive advantages. Dedicated to contribute to the transition towards responsible, and sustainable business models. MBA in Sustainable Business Strategy 21/22 @NHH.