Risk Science: What You Need to Read Today
Researchers have come to believe that an 8.0 to 9.0 magnitude temblor has shaken Oregon and Washington every 230 years or so.
Tropical Storm Seymour is strengthening not far from Mexico’s coast and forecast to become a hurricane on Monday.
In the future insurance cover could be based on “sentiment analysis”, in which Big Data and artificial intelligence make predictive models ever more accurate.
The strongest El Niño on record is over. La Niña usually follows and can cause its own weather problems. Meteorologists can not yet know how strong La Niña may be
Risk Business: What You Need to Read Today
In search of returns, interest grows for hedge funds, real estate, private equity and more.
The offshore company is pledging to help the U.S. firm manage its debt and strengthen life insurance units after it was hurt by higher-than-expected losses tied to long-term care coverage.
Nigeria is on the verge of joining the African Risk Capacity Agency.
Indonesia’s Financial Services Authority (OJK) “appreciated” the idea but considers it far-fetched.