Risk Science: What You Need to Read Today
“What concerns me most is that we didn’t anticipate these temperature jumps.”
The Soberanes fire in Northern California is only 10 percent contained, with 1,650 structures threatened, 20 homes destroyed and 300 people evacuated.
Deadly bird flu flies the coop in the US and scientists puzzled by the disappearance, but think lack of vaccination may be key.
The onslaught of water will come from both tidal flooding and hurricane storm surge.
Risk Business: What You Need to Read Today
Life insurers — and perhaps other types of insurers down the line — will soon direct a greater proportion of their money to high-yield bonds than they have in the past.
Foresee Life is in advanced discussion to acquire Asia Capital Reinsurance.
The bizarre case of the self-sunk illegal Thunder and recent research show that insurers still cover illegal fishers, to the illegal fishers’ benefit.
Dwindling bond yields are challenging some of Australia’s most conservative institutional investors – the nation’s general insurers.