Risk Science: What You Need to Read Today
As the 2016 Atlantic hurricane season draws to a close, the eye-watering cost is becoming ever more apparent.
“Physical body-to-body contacts are the foundation for potentially dangerous collective motion,” said researcher Arianna Bottinelli.
New York Times
The United States Geological Survey said Monday’s earthquake had a magnitude of 5.4.
‘Terror’ definition would force state to compensate victims.
Risk Business: What You Need to Read Today
Japan has an earthquake insurance penetration that remains astoundingly low.
Portfolio manager Caleb Wong details the investible catastrophe bond market in a series of videos.
Ar the end of October, EQC had about 5000 outstanding remedial requests.
Ireland is looking to state its claim to the catastrophe bond market.
Ireland’s insurance regulator has increased its staff numbers by more than a quarter ahead of an expected influx of applications from London-based insurers
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