Insurance: The next 10 years

Mohsen Rahnama, Cihan Biyikoglu and Moe Khosravy of RMS look to 2029, consider the changes…


The power of a crisis

As Christchurch City Council continues to build back better, will its resilience investment pay…


Today’s stress test for tomorrow’s climate

Why the PRA’s stress test has pushed climate change to the top of (re)insurance company agendas As…


A climate model challenge

Insurance-linked securities (ILS) investors want to know more about how climate change impacts…


A data step change

With the introduction of the Risk Data Object open data standard, the potential now exists to…


Shaking up workers’ compensation

Are (re)insurers sufficiently capitalized to withstand a major earthquake in a metropolitan area…


Like moths to the flame

Why is it that, in many different situations and perils, people appear to want to relocate toward…


Risk in 2030

At this year’s RMS Exceedance conference in Miami, Robert Muir-Wood and Michael Steel imagined 10…


Severe convective storms: A new peak peril?

Severe convective storms (SCS) have driven U.S. insured catastrophe losses in recent years with…


Ridgecrest: A wake-up call

Marleen Nyst and Nilesh Shome of RMS explore some of the lessons and implications from the recent…


What a difference

As the insurance industry’s Dive In Festival continues to gather momentum, EXPOSURE examines the…


A need for multi-gap analysis

The insurance protection gap is composed of emerging markets and high-risk and intangible……


The value of defense

Current flood defenses in the U.K. reduce annual losses from river flooding by £1.1 billion,…


ILS: a responsible investment approach

As environmental, social and governance principles become more prominent in guiding investment…