Risk Science: What You Need to Read Today
Fire raged unchecked through the Canadian city of Fort McMurray overnight as authorities raced to complete the evacuation of its population of 80,000.
It all could all change with advancements being made in hail forecast modeling by researchers at the University of Oklahoma.
A new study suggests the southeastern United States will be seismically active for some time.
Scientists have developed a new blackspot identification method that offers an unbiased prediction of crash counts and allows a more accurate way to identify high-risk crash sites.
Risk Business: What You Need to Read Today
AIG has been scaling back investments in hedge funds, which have borne the brunt of excessive market volatility.
Insurance, ILS and post-event “contagion” risk make the list.
Japanese insurers made more than $18 billion worth of acquisitions in the U.S. last year, and their spending spree isn’t over yet.
The assembly voted in favor of a motion to consider giving incentives to reinsurance and hedge fund management businesses and their senior executives.
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