Understanding Regional Differences
Regional differences can be significant when it comes to tectonic settings, built environments, and market conditions. RMS models account for unique circumstances specific to each region.
Involvement With the Local Scientific Community
RMS is at the forefront of pioneering research and development in global earthquake risk, working in close collaboration with local scientific agencies and researchers.
Secondary Peril Implications
As experienced during major events such as the San Francisco 1906 earthquake to the 2011 Tohoku, Japan event, secondary perils such as fire and tsunami can drive significant loss. We include such secondary perils for a truly complete view of earthquake risk.