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Mitigating Financial Risk For Women Through Innovation



A recently released report by the Chartered Insurance Institute raised concerns about the
financial risks that women face in our ...

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The destructive power of volcanic ash fall

What's the price tag on a volcanic explosion? A few weeks after I started as a novice in the ...

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How to store green energy to power the world

Would you also love a world where all our "hunger" for energy was covered by Wind and Solar Power - and ...

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Capital (Back)Allocation by the Covariance Principle

For portfolios of risks with high degree of clustering – concentration, risk and capital metric (back)allocation is best accomplished by ...

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Spying, Telematics, Insurance and more

User Based Insurance Or Pay As You Drive
The insurance sphere has always been high on innovation and lateral thinking ...

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Communicable disease coverage from an unlikely source

It's no secret that all insurers try to sell insurance policies with more ammunition in their arsenal than lowest ...

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Component and Marginal TVaR converge

Estimating component and marginal TVaR…(s) is a computationally intensive task in the capital allocation process. These two risk metrics ...

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NHS crisis fueling an increase in Health Insurance

There is no doubt that the National Health Service (NHS) has served the nation well since its inception. However, the ...

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How big is the earthquake protection gap in Switzerland?

The Swiss Seismological Service (SED) registered yesterday (Monday, 2017-03-06, 21:12 local time) an earthquake with magnitude M4.6. The ...

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Data privacy: A positive brand differentiator? You bet.

I had the pleasure of addressing a group today on the many dimensions involved in becoming a pro-privacy brand that ...

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Using reinsurance to facilitate M&A?

After a record year 2015, M&A activity in (re)insurance was relatively modest for most of 2016. However, since ...

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IBM opens Internet of Things global HQs in Munich

On Feb 15, IBM opened their global IoT headquarters in Munich, announcing more than 1,000 IBM employees and partners ...

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Can microinsurance be a viable investment?

In complement to the blog that we are publishing on our website this week, I want to ask the question ...

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Bitcoins Over Benjamins

Those with an interest in applications of block chain and digital currencies may not be surprised to hear that the ...

STORY URL: http://reason.com/archives/2016/11/28/the-secret-dangerous-world-of

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A novel cancer diagnostic tool with unknown consequences

A great new cancer diagnostic tool with the misnomer of "Liquid Biopsy" is entering clinical practice. It promises to better ...

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