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Earthquake Insurance: Should California Be More ...
Michael Drayton
Michael Drayton November 12, 2020

This article was originally published by Reactions Magazine, click here to read the article (Reactions subscribers only). California has…

New Zealand Earthquake: How the Last Decade Has ...
Laura Barksby
Laura Barksby April 24, 2020

Go back to this time 10 years ago and earthquake risk in New Zealand was a relatively low priority for the global (re)insurance industry; a…

Nine Years After Darfield: When an Earthquake Dr...
Tim Ancheta
Tim Ancheta December 05, 2019

The Liquefaction Model The 2010 M7.1 Darfield earthquake in New Zealand started a sequence of events – the Canterbury Earthquake Sequence (…

Should New Zealand Be Content with the New EQC C...
Michael Drayton
Michael Drayton July 30, 2019

The revised earthquake coverages and caps proposed by the New Zealand Earthquake Commission (EQC) came into law as planned on July 1, 2019. As…

New Zealand Earthquake Risk: It’s All in the Det...
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Michael Drayton and Ashley Bernero February 19, 2019

Across the global risk management community, we are bombarded by new information every day. As risk professionals we have to prioritize how we…

How Will Insurers Be Affected by Changes in New ...
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Michael Drayton and Ashley Bernero February 05, 2019

Around 98 percent of residential homes in New Zealand have earthquake insurance. This remarkable achievement is due to a unique partnership…

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