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Hurricane Florence – getting the big picture right

Hurricane Florence – getting the big picture right with geo maps

When a severe storm like Hurricane Florence is heading for ...

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A Complex Earthquake?

Yes, you read it correct, this blog is all about a complex earthquake. Can an earthquake be complex? Yes, though ...

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How Andrew changed the re/insurance industry

Twenty-five years ago, the devastating forces of Hurricane Andrew hit Florida. At the time, it was the costliest insured natural ...

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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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Risky cities & disaster resilience – looking at Los Angeles

In my January blog I highlighted urban resilience efforts as a key component to natural catastrophe recovery. Cities across the ...

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Natural catastrophe modeling - so much to learn

The insurance industry has used natural catastrophe models for about 20 years and we have underwritten natural catastrophe risks for ...

STORY URL: NORIS 2013 | Swiss Re - Leading Global Reinsurer

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Boost for catastrophe insurance in Italy

Perils, the independent Zurich-based organisation providing industry-wide catastrophe insurance data, just announced that it is including earthquake and flood Italy ...

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