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Renters aren't ready to rumble

Did you know that in 1996 over 45% of residential rental policies also included earthquake insurance? Today that number is ...

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Primer Taller de Seguros Paramétricos para Reguladores LAC

“Primer Taller Regional de Seguros Paramétricos para autoridades de Regulación y Supervisión en América Latina y el Caribe”

Hotel Grand ...

STORY URL: http://www.microrisk.org/es/central-america-es/primer-taller-regional-de-seguros-parametricos

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Coffees and floods: experiences from Buenos Aires

I first saw Mario* standing in front of his hardware store in Buenos Aires, a cigarette in one hand, the ...

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What’s the largest property protection gap in the US?

Answer: California Earthquake.

On October 20, nearly 10 million people will participate in the Great California ShakeOut, a statewide earthquake ...

STORY URL: http://www.insurance.ca.gov/0400-news/0200-studies-reports/0300-earthquake-study/

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Geoint, a game changer in insurance?

Swiss Re hosted a Geo Risk seminar in London on 6 September organised by Esri, one of the leading organizations ...

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New Jersey's nor'easter funding: $8 million, 8 months later

Between January 22 and January 24, 2016, a potent and disruptive nor'easter impacted a large swath of the Mid-Atlantic ...

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The Tanzanian Earthquake and Africa's Protection Gap

The Earthquake in Tanzania on the 10th September which left 16 people killed, the 253 people injured and the thousands ...

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The Italian Earthquake: There's no app for that…

On Wednesday the 24th of August I woke up to the sad news of a 6.2 magnitude earthquake in ...

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Quake shouldn't be a shock

Quick, what’s the most seismically active state? If you guessed California, you’re wrong.

Oklahoma has moved to the ...

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Hurricane Earl floods Belize; CCRIF pays $260K for recovery

Hurricanes: The iconic images of their power and furiousness are filled with bent-over palm trees, roofs being ripped from their ...

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Headache-inducing Hermine: A meteorologist's dilemma

Hermine is a name unlikely to be retired from the National Hurricane Center's (NHC) list of hurricane names. It ...

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Winter storm clustering: don't lower your guard, if hit once

If you're an insurance company risk manager, it's important to know how hard you can be hit by ...

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Measuring long tailed and surplus risk

Insurance economists and risk scientists are more familiar with the concepts of risk super and sub additivity in context of ...

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Let's insure for the absence of wind!

Hurricanes are impressive, nobody will deny that. I confess, they make me feel meaningful, too. When I talk about hurricanes ...

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What makes Italy vulnerable to earthquakes?

An interview with earthquake specialist Oliver Kübler You are the earthquake specialist at Swiss Re with a particular interest in ...

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