Cyclone, Hurricane and Typhoon
Market-leading RMS models deliver the reference view of tropical cyclone risk for each region.
North Atlantic Hurricane
Single, basin-wide event methodology validated using over $300 billion of loss data, RMS North Atlantic Hurricane Models help (re)insurers quantify risk across 40 countries throughout the Atlantic, Eastern Pacific, and Central Pacific Basins.
Western North Pacific Typhoon
Advanced risk modeling for typhoon covers all the major impacted regions including China, Japan, the Philippines, South Korea, and Taiwan.
Modeling reflects the latest representation of cyclone hazard frequency and severity in Australia, with vulnerability calibrated against recent events such as Marcia and Yasi.
Reactions 2018 North America Risk Modeler of the Year
RMS was named “2018 North America Risk Modeler of the Year” at the eleventh Reactions North America Awards for its support for clients during the 2017 North Atlantic Hurricane Season.
Achieving an Industry First With Version 18.1 FCHLPM Certification
Following this approval, RMS becomes the first risk modeling and analytics firm to have its hurricane models approved by the FCHLPM on a software and cloud platform simultaneously.
Reactions 2018 Latin America Risk Modeler of the Year
"RMS models and reconnaissance efforts helped licensed customers and the industry to understand their total exposed limits with greater precision. Last year's events 'road tested' the capability and efficacy of our models...."
The Year of the Kitten
Almost three months ago we passed a remarkable record in catastrophe loss.
Almost three months ago we passed a remarkable record in catastrophe loss. And yet no one seems to want to celebrate it. No banner headlines in the newspapers. No speeches at the Monte Carlo Reinsurance Rendezvous. The first half of 2019 generated the lowest catastrophe insurance loss for more than a decade. The estimates come in at: US$15 billion (Munich Re), US$19 billion (Sigma), or US$20 billion (Aon). In straight dollar terms, independent of any…