On 1 March the ECJ decided in case C-236/09, Association belge des Consommateurs Test-Achats ASBL and Others v Conseil des Ministres, that taking the gender of the insured individual into account when determining insurance premiums and benefits was, in principle, discriminatory and contrary to EU law. It declared the relevant derogation in Directive 2004/13 to be invalid and relied, in part, on the Charter of Fundamental Rights, in reaching that conclusion.
The UKAEL invite you to an evening seminar to discuss the implications of the case, including the development of the principle of equality, particularly in the insurance industry, the role of the Charter, and the role of the ECJ.
Limited places, advance online registration essential via the UKAEL website
Payment in cash or cheque only on the door
£20 for UKAEL members, £40 for non-members,
£10 for students, free for UKAEL student members