Risk Science: What You Need to Read Today
Within three years, the United States will be running a new global forecasting model.
Scientists ran hurricane models within six different global climate models, and the results were mind-boggling.
By analyzing broken bricks and cracked walls and comparing that data with historical accounts of natural disasters, the researchers linked the earthquakes with damage in the ancient structures.
Next year, India’s annual summer monsoon forecast may be made by a supercomputer running a dynamical model.
Risk Business: What You Need to Read Today
Some large insurers have put a hold on writing new policies to manage their growth and exposure to risk in certain areas.
Schroder’s CEO wants to grow its North American and Asian businesses and to build on recent forays into private assets, including insurance-linked securities.
Some of the biggest U.S. insurers are seeking higher returns in direct lending when buying bonds sometimes means guaranteed losses.
A Swiss Re executive argues catastrophe risk transfer into insurance markets should be considered by both the Centre and State governments in India.
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