Risk Science: What You Need to Read Today
The quiet events could be valuable signs of danger areas even if they don’t make short-term prediction possible.
Oklahoma is on pace for fewer earthquakes than the prior year for the first time since 2012 — but an area in northwest Oklahoma remains seismically strong and a concern to scientists.
After a very slow start, cyclones are coming thick and fast, in one region.
Jim Yong Kim points finger at funding delay and hails launch of pandemic financing facility as opportunity to ensure past mistakes are not repeated.
Risk Business: What You Need to Read Today
The purchase would add to $10.3 billion of insurance acquisitions in Southeast Asia in the past five years.
The initiative is aimed at developing solutions that aid society’s efforts to better prepare for and recover from catastrophes.
The regulatory move of calling the market noncompetitive came after the state saw massive — 300 percent — increases in insurance rates.
Foreign insurers operating in Vietnam are no longer allowed to transfer their entire premium collected in the country to their mother companies through overseas reinsurance contracts.
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