Risk Science: What You Need to Read Today
Giant storms that wreak havoc across China, Japan, Korea and the Philippines have grown 50% stronger in the past 40 years due to warming seas.
Scientists and regulators agree that earthquakes like the 5.6-magnitude tremor that struck Oklahoma on Saturday have been spurred by the disposal of millions of tons of wastewater.
A new modeling system incorporates ocean circulation, wave and atmospheric data from weather stations, satellites and buoys in the Atlantic.
Storm forecast to make second landfall in northwest Mexico on Wednesday with little change in strength.
Risk Business: What You Need to Read Today
Scor has “significant growth potential” despite a challenging and uncertain environment for interest rates and global economic growth.
Singapore is next in line if London loses its status as leading business hub in the world.
How the Canterbury Earthquakes Have Seen Our Largest General Insurer Reduce Its Tax Bill in NZ Through its Company in Tax-Friendly Singapore
A large chunk of the reinsurance IAG has received for the Canterbury earthquakes has passed through its Singaporean company, IAG Re Singapore.
Reinsurance premiums are likely to continue to fall next year following years of weaker prices due to competition in the sector and a lack of natural catastrophe losses.
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