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Tohoku Earthquake and Tsunami: Ten Years of Afte...
Robert Muir-Wood
Robert Muir-Wood April 07, 2021

The Japan Meteorological Agency recently called the M7.1 earthquake on February 13, 2021, an aftershock of the March 11, 2011, Mw9.0 Tohoku…

RMS 2020 Catastrophe Review: The Year of the COV...
Tom Sabbatelli-Goodyer
Tom Sabbatelli-Goodyer March 31, 2021

Overshadowing the natural catastrophic events of the year, the COVID-19 pandemic – a global catastrophe that has dominated all our lives –…

A Look Back at the 2011 Great East Japan (Tohoku...
Chesley Williams
Chesley Williams March 10, 2021

Major earthquake disasters are fortunately rare, but when they happen, it is an opportunity to learn and continue to push the boundaries of…

Update on Multidecadal Variability of European W...
Stephen Cusack
Stephen Cusack March 05, 2020

At this moment, you might expect a blog about European windstorms to be about recent Storms Ciara-Sabine, Dennis and Jorge causing wind and…

New Ways of Modeling Property-Liability Clash an...
Katerina Christopoulou
Katerina Christopoulou February 03, 2020

Natural disasters and other large catastrophes can trigger huge economic losses potentially among multiple insurance lines. RMS, in…

How Did the Global Risk Report Become Existential?
Robert Muir-Wood
Robert Muir-Wood January 24, 2020

With each new edition – and this year’s edition is the fifteenth, inevitably, one first turns to the opening page of the report, to discover…

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