Eighty-two percent of respondents to an industry survey* believed that insurers who do not capture the potential of Big Data will become uncompetitive. Insurance is a data-rich industry, so how can insurers make data a core driver for business value?
Register now for our new webinar as experts from RMS, the global leader in catastrophe risk management, outline effective data management principles. We’ll discuss how to unlock the potential of your own data, combining high-quality exposure and hazard data to target growth.
You will learn:
~ Why data collection really matters — and the potential risks and rewards
~ How to benefit from consistent data capture and blend high-quality exposure data to gain new insights
~ To identify profitable growth using high resolution exposure and hazard data
Understanding the vulnerability of your exposure to inland flooding is vital if you want to give useful estimates of likely losses both before and after an event occurs.
Assessing vulnerability is complex. You need to establish the extent and depth of flooding in relation to your exposure. This requires not only detailed exposure data that captures the unique characteristics of each property, but also enhanced models to assess how the property would be affected.
During our webinar, RMS flood and vulnerability experts will delve into the challenges of reconstructing inland flood events in real time and modeling the vulnerability of the affected properties.
Date: Thursday December 10, 2015
- Thursday December 10, 2015
When it comes to catastrophe underwriting and risk management, insurers with the most informed view of their risk are the most competitive, protecting against “personal” catastrophes and uncovering opportunities for growth.
In this webinar, our expert will show you how to identify and make decisions to minimize potential loss to your business, supply lines, and cash flows and limit damaging exposure to your intellectual property, while identifying opportunities unique to your business.
This webinar will cover:
How catastrophe risk can cut across lines of business
Optimizing performance and unlocking opportunities
Understanding your own risk factors and challenges
From landfalling tropical cyclones to prolonged seasonal precipitation and failing flood defenses, inland flooding triggers massive amounts of property and casualty loss across the globe. How might you better manage such a widespread and variable peril?
In this webinar, our team of flood experts will explore the latest inland flood modeling techniques and provide guidance on what you should know about this complex risk, including:
The diverse nature of precipitation across the globe
Major drivers of inland flood across Asia, Europe, and the U.S.
Fluvial and pluvial flood risk, including groundwater and flash flood
Coastal areas are undergoing some of the most intensive development across the globe and are exposed to substantial flood hazard. Join RMS Chief Research Officer Robert Muir-Wood and Director of Model Development Juergen Grieser for a close look at coastal flood risk, including:
Considerations for evaluating coastal exposures
Underlying drivers of coastal flood risk
Variables important to accurate coastal flood modeling
The last three winters have been harsh in the Midwest and Northeast United States. Are these winters an anomaly, or do they signal a return to a time when snow, ice, wind, and freezing temperatures were common?
Robert Muir-Wood, Chief Research Officer, Matthew Nielsen, Director, Model Product Management and Jeff Waters, Manager, Model Solutions explore how recent punishing winters fit in the context of winter storm risk in the U.S., and the implications for your portfolio.
Among the topics we’ll explore:
Can we expect more winters like this? What is the impact of climate change on winter storm risk?
What can the insurance industry do to better understand and quantify winter storm risk?
What is RMS’ near and long-term model roadmap for North America winter storms?
Date: Wednesday January 28, 2015
- Wednesday January 28, 2015
Duration: 38 mintues
8:00 a.m. PT
What new terrorism risks are emerging in 2015 and beyond? What do threats like ISIS and emerging national security issues mean for the insurance industry? What are the implications of TRIA?
RMS, the world's leading catastrophe risk management firm, pioneered terrorism modeling more than a decade ago. We're gathering some of the world's leading experts on terrorism risk for webinar that covers some of the most pressing issues involving terrorism and the insurance industry.