May 19, 2016: Oaktree Punts on Reinsurance, Rethinking Cyclone Damage and a Deathbond Ban
Risk Business: What You Need to Read Today
Oaktree, Egan Said to Sever Ties Amid Struggle to Fund Venture
The former Bank of America banker who was working with Oaktree Capital Group to start a reinsurance venture has cut ties with the asset manager.
Insurance Bureau CEO Calls for National Disaster Strategy as Wildfires Rage
Canada's approach to dealing with fires, floods, earthquakes 'undeveloped,' CEO says
Noonan Hits out at Insurance Industry on Floods/a>
The war of words between the Government and the insurance industry has reignited – as Finance Minister Michael Noonan lashed out at its response to the flood crisis.
UK Watchdog Bans Former Compliance Officer of 'Deathbonds' Firm
Britain's financial regulator has banned the former compliance officer of Keydata Investment Services
Risk Science: What You Need to Read Today
Sizing Up Cyclone
NCAR scientists propose new index for evaluating potential hurricane storm damage
Study Links Texas Quakes Back to 1925 to Oil and Gas Activity
Study says oil and gas activity going back through the decades has been causing rumblings all across the Lone Star State
Why Americans Will be More Vulnerable to Zika Than They Should Be
America has scant, or spotty, public health systems to curb it, including by killing mosquitos and developing vaccines
How The Shape Of Your City Determines The Weather
Fast Code Design
New research shows how our streets and buildings influence storms, wind, and temperature.
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