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Artemis interview: Brian O’Hearne, President and CEO, eWeatherRisk

In our latest interview we spoke with Brian O'Hearne, President and CEO of eWeatherRisk a provider of online weather risk management solutions. Brian is a bit of a veteran in the weather risk management market having headed up weather business at Swiss Re and before that GuaranteedWeather.Tell us about read the full article →

Artemis interview: Peter Nakada, Director of RiskMarkets, Risk Management Solutions (RMS)

In our latest interview we spoke with Peter Nakada, Director of RiskMarkets at Risk Management Solutions (RMS) the risk modelling firm who provide services and expertise for the quantification and management of catastrophe risks.From a risk modelling firms point of view, how do you think the insurance-linked security and catastrophe read the full article →

Artemis interview: Greg Wojciechowski, President and CEO of the Bermuda Stock Exchange (BSX)

In our first interview of 2011 we spoke with Greg Wojciechowski, President and CEO of the Bermuda Stock Exchange (BSX). The BSX is seeking to raise its profile within the insurance-linked securities (ILS) sector and wants to make Bermuda the domicile of choice for listing of catastrophe bond notes. We read the full article →

Artemis interview: Simon Young, CEO, Caribbean Risk Managers Ltd (CaribRM)

Our latest interview is with Simon Young, CEO of Caribbean Risk Managers Ltd. (CaribRM), a risk management consultancy firm who provide services such as hazard and risk modelling, business analytics, GIS-based data management systems, and risk surveying and control solutions. CaribRM are also facility supervisors for the Caribbean Catastrophe Risk read the full article →

Artemis interview: Barney Schauble, Nephila Capital

In this the first of a new series of interviews with key industry figures, Artemis talks to Barney Schauble of Nephila Capital. Mr. Schauble has been involved in the weather risk market and in the securitization of insurance risks for many years and is highly regarded within both sectors. We read the full article →