Tag Archives: hurricanes

Our Scariest Natural Catastrophe – Unexpected Perfect Storms

Scariest Risks

The scariest risks are the ones that sneak up on people and catch them unprepared. Continue reading →

Hurricane Sandy Will Reveal the Cost of Poor Supply Chain Management

Satellite photo of Hurricane Sandy on October 29, 2012. CREDIT: NOAA/ NRL Monterey Marine Meteorology Division

Once the full extent of the damage from Sandy is analysed, I have no doubt we will see large business interruption (BI) losses and again we will see many cases of inadequate and ineffective supplier coverage. Continue reading →

Hurricane Sandy Likely to Trigger a Significant Volume of Commercial Property Claims

Hurricane Sandy - Oct 28 (satellite view) PHOTO CREDIT: NASA

Hurricane Sandy, a storm that forecasters say is on a scale with little precedent on the East Coast, is likely to trigger a significant volume of commercial property claims, according to experts in our claims practice.  “Given the size of … Continue reading →

Understanding Catastrophes

Cost of Hurricane Katrina

Recent natural and man-made catastrophes are mandating that business recalibrate risk. This is because ‘worst cases’ are being exceeded all around us. Continue reading →