Risk Science: What You Need to Read Today
“Global models have totally failed so far in forecasting the upper-level winds surrounding Karl.”
The tropical Atlantic Ocean, usually buzzing with storms at this point in September, looks more like it should in June, when hurricane season is just starting.
Mathematical models are supposed to be neutral, But former Wall Street quant Cathy O’Neil believes that they are quite the opposite.
The National Hurricane Center has thought about ways that man could impact tropical cyclones, according to their website.
Risk Business: What You Need to Read Today
The IPO’s success and the HDFC-Max merger clearly indicate a change in the industry, with firms scrambling to grab segments of the uninsured population.
Insurance market Lloyd’s of London is working on “contingency plans” to ensure it can trade across Europe when the UK leaves the EU.
The next time a tornado obliterates large swaths of land and property, Symbiont’s newly unveiled catastrophe swaps blockchain platform could help speed up how quickly the victims get paid out.
The Securitisation Cell Companies framework can be adopted for the structuring of reinsurance special purpose vehicles.
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