Weather Risk Management Association annual meeting presentations

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The Weather Risk Management Association has made the presentations from it’s recent annual meeting available on it’s website.

For those who couldn’t make the meeting here are links directly to the presentations (in MS Powerpoint).

Long Term Management of Weather and Other Risks
Robert Shiller, Chief Economist, MacroMarkets LLC

Parametric Extreme Events
Warren Isom, Executive Vice President, Willis Re

Parametric Hurricane Contracts
John Cavenagh, CEO, Carvill

Weather Risk Management at Penn State University
Arthur A. Small, III, Associate Professor, Department of Meteorology, Penn State University

Weather Derivatives within the Risk Management Matrix
Matthew Carter, Director, Financial Risk Management, Financial Services Group, Bunge

Innovations in Origination
David Riker, President & CEO, Storm Exchange, Inc.

Towards Global Weather Markets, Weather Insurance: Indian Experience
Kolli Rao, Chief Manager, Agricultural Insurance Company of India

Weather is unpredictable. Your bottom line doesn’t have to be
David Friedberg, WeatherBill

The Impact of Weather on the Australian Energy Markets
James McIntosh, Head of Wholesale Electricity, AGL Energy

Industry Loss Warranties (ILWs)
Mariagiovanna Guatteri, PhD, Director, Swiss Re ILS Trading

WRMA Annual Business Meeting Presentation

The next meeting from the association, the annual European Meeting, is to be held in Germany in November.

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