Risk Science: What You Need to Read Today
When the US Air Force abandons your forecasts for another country, that’s pretty bad.
Riverbank erosion is a common problem during the monsoon, but scientists say climate change is making the phenomenon worse by contributing to higher levels of flooding and siltation.
GPS mapping of the fault line may give researchers a tip as to when the fault is ready to rupture.
Britain’s vote on EU membership isn’t the only source of political risk this year.
Risk Business: What You Need to Read Today
The deadline they face is Dec. 31, 2017. That’s when a loophole closes, and hedge-fund managers will have to pay taxes on performance fees parked offshore.
Citizens and other insurers contend that premiums are being driven up by an increase in household water-damage claims and a process known as “assignment of benefits.”
Lloyd’s of London-based insurer Neon has opened a new office in Bermuda and the firm aims to expand its on-island two-strong team as it targets the US market.
Grandpoint said the policy, which is underwritten by Hiscox, costs $30 to $70 per month for up to $1 million in coverage.
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