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the Civil Rights Act of 1964 prohibits diﬀerent treatment of insured
persons on the basis of their sex in connection with pension funds.
Today, the EU’s Court of Justice ruled that diﬀerent insurance
premiums for women and men constitute sex discrimination and
are not compatible with the EU’s Charter of Fundamental Rights.
Member States are not allowed to derogate from this important
principle in their national legislation. The relevant “opt out” clause
in the Council’s 2004 Directive on gender equality is thus illegal.
[. . .]”
EU press release, MEMO/11/123 Event Date: 01/03/2011 [link]
16/20 This has consequences.. See [link] or [link] Actuarial Statistics – Module 4b: Ethical perspectives
Moral judgement: Possible frameworks
Central questions 1 Introduction - Ethics
Some elements of deﬁnition
2 Moral awareness in context: Actuarial applications
Discrimination in insurance
Heterogeneity in insurance
Heterogeneity - Illustrations
Discrimination - Illustrations
3 Moral judgement: Possible frameworks
A. Asher’s framework 17/20 Actuarial Statistics – Module 4b:...
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