Risk Science: What You Need to Read Today
Arrival of long-anticipated climate phenomenon will be too little, too late for drought-struck California, meteorologists say.
Floods could affect twice as many people as currently within 15 years, according to a new tool.
What happened in Chile in 2010 could teach us a thing or two about coping with this winter.
Despite its cheap energy and other advantages, America is still losing ground to emerging markets in the battle for foreign investment.
Risk Business: What You Need to Read Today
ISPVs represent a new specialist class of (re)insurer for the Island which is designed to facilitate Insurance Linked Securities and other collateralised (re)insurance transactions between sophisticated parties.
SCOR welcomed the arrival of Sompo in its capital as a long-term shareholder, but said it had not been party to the transaction between the Japanese company and Patinex.
Purchasing insurance for commercial drones, which isn’t prohibited under FAA rules, doesn’t make flying them legitimate.
“The theory is still sound, but it’s been a sorry chapter.”