Risk Science: What You Need to Read Today
Oklahoma is on track to have a record year of earthquakes — more than 5,000 have already been recorded. And those quakes appear to endanger the very industry that created them.
For the 10th year running, Florida dodged a hurricane, setting a new record, while the rest of the eastern seaboard escaped a hit by a major hurricane.
Ice storm warnings remained in effect Saturday for the Texas panhandle and Oklahoma.
An Indian Institute of Technology-Madras team is developing a `data assimilation’ method that will combine numerical weather models with satellite and/or radar data to reduce errors in prediction of tropical cyclones.
Risk Business: What You Need to Read Today
The Insurance Development Forum will be co-chaired by Stephen Catlin, deputy chairman of XL Catlin.
British insurers are bracing for a financial crunch this week when the Bank of England governor Mark Carney may order them to raise billions of pounds of fresh capital.
“We don’t need Solvency IV or Solvency III.”
Japan’s largest insurance company is looking to appeal to pension plans and big institutions by offering the prospect of higher returns.
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