Insurance Post TV ESG special: Do customers care about how sustainable their insurer is? Featuring Allianz, Parhelion and We Are Guernsey

Today Insurance Post reveals the latest episode of its ‘magazine-style’ television show, which aims to get under the skin of some of the best read stories and articles that have appeared in print or online recently.

Called Insurance Post TV the third programme is a special focused on environmental, social and governance.

This includes an exploration about whether insurance customers really care about their provider’s ESG stance, and whether they would buy products and services only from those that have external validation about their sustainability credentials featuring contributions from:

  • Oliver Kent-Braham, co-founder and CEO, Marshmallow
  • Emilien Hoet, head of Climate Partner UK
  • Carolyn Rich, head of brand marketing and social responsibility at Allianz Insurance
  • William Sankey, research and editorial director, The Good Shopping Guide

Elsewhere we also spoke to We Are Guernsey director Barnaby Molloy about its landmark ESG framework for insurers; and Julian Richardson, the co-CEO of Parhelion, which claims to be the world’s first fully sustainable insurer. 

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Interview with We Are Guernsey director Barnaby Molly [1:31]

Do customers care about their insurer’s ESG stance? [10:33]

Interview with Parhelion co-CEO Julian Richardson [28:33]

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