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A Cat-Modeling blind spot?

A Tsunami swept across Indonesia's islands of Sumatra and Java the night of December 22, 2018 just before 9 ...

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Health Care Reform - Busting the three Biggest Myths of Ob a

In the previous few months we've seen plenty of Health Care
Reform rules and laws being introduced by the ...

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Parametric for the people

Today, the majority of the world's risks are uninsured. However, population growth, wealth concentration in cities and economic development ...

STORY URL: https://www.swissre.com/reinsurance/property-and-casualty/solutions/parametric-solutions.html
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Insurance 2020+

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As insurance professionals we have been describing the lack of insurance ...

STORY URL: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/networked-insurance-2020-paul-meeusen/?published=t
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Catastrophes, conversations and the client promise



As each of us across Swiss Re works to deliver on our client promise in a way that makes a ...

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Make Asia More Resilient - Closing the NatCat Protection Gap

Integrated actions needed to build resilience against frequent and forceful natural catastrophes amidst climate change


In 2017, Swiss Re counted ...

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The mystery of Palu Tsunami

An earthquake of magnitude 7.5 is not a surprise for Indonesian region, which is located on the Pacific Ring ...

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Flood insurance for my own house?

Being a new immigrant family to the United States, there's no doubt that I need to learn a lot ...

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Earthquake insurance - relief when it is most needed

Time and time again, as our industry watches the news of an earthquake striking somewhere on the planet we're ...

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Fit for flood: improved modeling fuels market growth

The story of Alberto Castañeda of Katy, Texas, is a cautionary tale. He dropped his flood insurance last year so ...

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A different type of flood alert

Imagine you are sitting at home one night after dinner while a hurricane whips outside your door and rain pounds ...

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Sovereign risk transfer for developed countries? Absolutely!

Sovereign risk transfer is still a relatively new financial tool for the public sector. Benefits have been promoted mainly in ...

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An Act of God? No Sir, an Act of Man

With the huge impacts of Irma, Harvey and Maria, the Atlantic Hurricane Season got extensive media coverage[1] last year ...

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Can sustainability be a measure of happiness?

Sustainable Happiness: "Happiness that contributes to individual, community or global well-being and does not exploit other people, the environment, or ...

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A surge of optimism in flood modeling

The upcoming hurricane season, which begins on June 1,  will be another big test of our ability to create a ...

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