Risk Science: What You Need to Read Today
El Nino is expected to wane later this summer, but that won’t necessarily cause a more active Atlantic hurricane season, said noted forecaster Phil Klotzbach.
Molenbeek – an urban commune on the north-western edges of Brussels – is unlikely to feature any time soon on tourist-bus tours of historic Brussels.
The report follows Nasa figures showing that February 2016 was the most unseasonably hot month on record by a massive margin, which climate scientists described as “shocking”.
State recommendation will soon be released on how Galveston Bay communities should be protected from storm surge caused from future hurricanes.
Risk Business: What You Need to Read Today
Friday’s severe weather would be the 12th costliest storm in Texas.
Traditional insurance risks and loss expectations such as catastrophe and natural disasters are fairly well modeled and understood, but modeling and available data for cyber risk is in its infancy.
Some players in the global reinsurance industry are transforming these mounting natural catastrophe risks into a vibrant marketplace for new financial products and services.
Genworth shares gained after bondholders agreed to changes sought by CEO Tom McInerney as he reshapes the insurer and seeks to rebound from losses on long-term care coverage..
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