Tag Archives: catastrophe modelling

Our Scariest Analytics Risk – Science Threatened

Scariest Risks

It's a major concern that scientific opinion is now coming under serious legal challenge. Continue reading →

Learning Lessons: 3 Reports Every Re/insurance Practitioner Should Read

Robin Swindel of Willis Re details 3 reports on lessons learnt from natural catastrophes that every reinsurance and insurance practitioner should read. Continue reading →

New Madrid Quakes 200 Years Later–More Devastating?

New Madrid Earthquakes of the 1800s

200 years ago today, the first of three devastating New Madrid earthquakes struck the Central U.S. What damage would such quakes wreak today? Continue reading →

Cat Amongst The Pigeons? New Guidelines for Catastrophe Modelling

Solvency II is not short of documentation, with the output of Brussels and Frankfurt being better measured in inches rather than pages. But it is often light on practical guidance. One area where guidance is certainly required relates to the … Continue reading →