Types of EthSI mark

Based on the values promoted by EthSI, a set of types of mark is established for insurance companies, brokers and managers another type for insurance products.

1. Select one of the following three categories to find out the applicable types of EthSI mark:

2. Choose the level of application of the EthSI mark

We will now detail the main criteria analysed to obtain the EthSI mark in insurance. For level E3, they have to meet the criterion for transparency in the institution’s contracts and communications both in their clauses and their management, as well as three of the following criteria:

  • Non-discriminatory risk assessment and premium determination criteria.
  • Specific product for a group
  • Product including collaborations with groups
  • Free incorporation of useful cover for customers or mutualists
  • Claim assessment carried out, as appropriate
  • Incorporation of clauses sensitive to situations of vulnerability (unemployment, for example)
  • Inclusion of specific cover for renewable energies
  • Promotion of energy-saving
  • Promotion of sustainable waste management

We will now detail the main criteria analysed to obtain the EthSI mark in insurance. For level E2 they have to meet the criterion for transparency in the institution’s contracts and communications both in their clauses and their management, as well as more than three of the following criteria:

  • Non-discriminatory risk assessment and premium determination criteria.
  • Specific product for a group
  • Product including collaborations with groups
  • Free incorporation of useful cover for customers or mutualists
  • Claim assessment carried out, as appropriate
  • Incorporation of clauses sensitive to situations of vulnerability (unemployment, for example)
  • Inclusion of specific cover for renewable energies
  • Promotion of energy-saving
  • Promotion of sustainable waste management

We will now detail the main criteria analysed to obtain the EthSI mark in insurance. For level E1 they have to meet the criterion for transparency in the institution’s contracts and communications both in their clauses and their management, as well as more than three of the following criteria:

  • Non-discriminatory risk assessment and premium determination criteria.
  • Specific product for a group
  • Product including collaborations with groups
  • Free incorporation of useful cover for customers or mutualists
  • Claim assessment carried out, as appropriate
  • Incorporation of clauses sensitive to situations of vulnerability (unemployment, for example)
  • Inclusion of specific cover for renewable energies
  • Promotion of energy-saving
  • Promotion of sustainable waste management