Risk Science: What You Need to Read Today
“Bottom line is that there will be some flooding along the path of the storm that will cause damage.”
How to anticipate epidemics.
Having two cyclones in the ocean is not rare, but when they get too close to each other things can get crazy.
Scientists are investigating the possibility Friday’s big shake off the East Cape of New Zealand may have been two earthquakes.
Risk Business: What You Need to Read Today
As the Atlantic hurricane season comes to its peak, Barclays’ Jay Gelb believes traders can make some money trading the insurers.
Efforts to shrink state-run Citizens continue, even though the state-run “insurer of last resort” is about one-third as large as it was in 2012.
The latest SpaceX disaster shows how insurers take a big risk covering pricey payloads perched on top of a bomb.
As CEO of Lloyd’s of London, Inga Beale has focused on modernising the 328-year-old institution, embracing technology and diluting its traditional boys’ club culture.