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AIR updates U.S. hurricane & inland flood catastrophe models

Catastrophe risk modelling specialist AIR Worldwide announced this week some timely updates to its Hurricane and Inland Flood Models for the United States. With hurricane season now underway and all forecasts pointing to an active year for tropical storms near the U.S., AIR's risk model updates come at just the right read the full article →

Artemis Live: Interview with RMS’ Jin Shah & Jeff Waters

This week our new video interview features RMS' Jin Shah and Jeff Waters, who joined us to discuss the 2020 Atlantic hurricane season and how technology and analytics can help insurance, reinsurance and ILS market participants be better prepared and respond as storms threaten. All of our Artemis Live video interviews read the full article →

RMS launches model platform updates & new HD Euro SCS risk model

Catastrophe risk modelling specialists RMS have announced the launch of a range of product updates to its Risk Intelligence platform, including a new version of its Risk Modeler tool, updated models, plus new high definition risk models covering the European severe convective storm peril across 17 countries in the region. With read the full article →

RMS launches inland flood risk model for the U.S. in high definition

Catastrophe risk modelling specialist RMS has launched a high definition inland flood risk model for the United States, which it hopes will help insurance and reinsurance firms to establish and expand flood risk underwriting businesses. The new RMS U.S. Inland Flood HD Model covers all types of inland flooding events, including read the full article →

AIR releases Touchstone 2.0, adds non-catastrophe risk analysis

Risk modelling firm AIR Worldwide has released version 2.0 of its Touchstone catastrophe modelling platform. The new version includes the ability to account for both catastrophe and non-catastrophe risks in a single platform, providing a single view of exposures. Including non-catastrophe risks (for example, fire, lightning, explosion, vandalism) enables insurers, reinsurers read the full article →

Bill Keogh named CEO of risk analytics firm Ultimate Risk Solutions

William (Bill) Keogh, the ex-President of risk modelling firm EQECAT who went on to take a role at reinsurance broker, risk and capital management firm TigerRisk Partners, has moved again becoming CEO of risk analytics and software firm Ultimate Risk Solutions. Keogh moved to TigerRisk Partners just over a year ago read the full article →

RMS announces new catastrophe risk views, launch date for RMS(one)

Risk Management Solutions (RMS) has announced the release of new views of risk for its U.S. and Canada Severe Convective Storm (SCS) and China Typhoon models as well as a launch date for its new exposure and risk-management platform, RMS (one). The new views of risk for severe thunderstorm risk in read the full article →

RMS models $1.2 billion of 2013 catastrophe bonds

Risk Management Solutions (RMS), a leading provide of catastrophe risk modelling and analysis products and services, has announced today that it has provided the risk analysis for $1.2 billion of catastrophe bond issuance in 2013 so far. This includes two recently closed transactions which both increased in size significantly and read the full article →

Bill Keogh, ex-President of EQECAT, joins TigerRisk

William (Bill) Keogh, who left his role as President of risk modelling firm EQECAT just last week, has emerged as a new hire at TigerRisk Partners, a reinsurance broking and risk and capital management firm founded by Jim Stanard and Rod Fox. Keogh resigned from EQECAT to pursue a new read the full article →

Impact Forecasting launches scenario modeling and loss estimation tool

A new risk modeling tool which allows users to run scenarios and generate loss estimates against a range of specific historical or hypothetical catastrophe events has been launched today by Impact Forecasting, the catastrophe model development center at reinsurance broker Aon Benfield. The tool will allow users to run scenarios read the full article →