Risk Science: What You Need to Read Today
Myanmar appears to have escaped with only minor damage to buildings after a magnitude 6.9 earthquake rattled its remote north and neighbouring countries.
Yellow fever has already killed hundreds in two African countries, and health officials fear it could spread further.
Floods are now causing more economic, social and humanitarian losses worldwide than any other type of natural hazard.
NASA’s Hurricane and Severe Storm Sentinel is the first time that NASA tested the use of drones to collect hurricane data.
Risk Business: What You Need to Read Today
Deutsche Bank has been considering options for Abbey Life adding that a new regulation was making the business unattractive.
For one insurer doing business in Italy, which ranked the worst of any Eurozone member in Transparency International’s 2015 corruption index, is not for the faint-of-heart.
Whether it be the spectre of terror attack or catastrophic flood, reinsurance pools across the globe have historically been developed to handle the kind of risk judged too great for the insurance industry to bear alone.
USAA received about 15,000 auto claims and 7,500 property claims at midday Wednesday.
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