Risk Science: What You Need to Read Today
For weather modeling centers there is a great deal of leg work on the code front in particular to scale to the potential of computing power.
Singaporean, French and Indonesian scientists will be heading into the Indian Ocean in July to investigate the cause of the largest intraplate earthquake ever recorded in an ocean.
Epidemico automatically aggregates more than 200,000 data sources and uses algorithms to tag, filter, analyze, validate and map real-time surveillance of emerging public health threats.
The El Niño climate event is devastating Central America’s so-called Dry Corridor, where one of the worst droughts in decades has left 3.5 million people food insecure.
Risk Business: What You Need to Read Today
The arrangement has been profitable for the money manager even as investors in the reinsurer’s stock have suffered.
ProSight to start covering cost of rescheduling shows if they are interrupted or canceled due to terrorism.
Brexit Will Allow Insurers to Escape ‘Absolutely Dreadful’ EU Regulation, Claims Former Civil Service Chief
Lord Turnbull, described the regulatory framework, known as Solvency II, as “absolutely dreadful”.
The segregated portfolio company will focus on reinsuring large blocks of pension risk transfer group annuity contracts and other low convexity and long-duration annuity business.