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Dynamic Risk

For nearly 20 years, RMS terrorism models have been updated regularly to reflect the latest threat landscape. The models enable application of various reinsurance programs and TRIPRA.

Probabilistic Modeling

Gain a complete view of risk with a comprehensive solution that provides a full range of possible attacks of varying severity and likelihood.

Manage Accumulations

Evaluate exposure concentrations within your book using a database of global terrorist targets and accumulation tools. 

Support Reporting

Produce losses and results necessary for Lloyd’s RDS, rating agencies such as AM Best SRQ, and government reporting including US TRIP data call.

Clear Insight

Obtain a clear competitive advantage in risk selection, risk transfer, and capital management. Covers property (including business interruption) and human exposures.

RMS Spider Accumulation

Identify global concentration hot spots and accurately evaluate accumulations that can generate unexpected losses.

Risk Outlooks

Model different levels of threat assessments to quantify sensitivity of losses due to a heightened or reduced threat each year. 

Multiple Attack Modes

Over 30 attack modes including multiple magnitudes of conventional and chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear (CBRN) attack modes.

Extensive Target Database

Nearly 10,000 high-likelihood targets across 18 countries are frequently updated and used as the basis for stochastic scenarios.

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Beyond Terrorism

(Re)insurers that offer affirmative terrorism coverage or are otherwise exposed to terrorism may be interested in a number of other RMS solutions to help gain a more complete view of risk.

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Non-damage Business Interruption Insurance: Learning From Paris…

The hospitality industry worldwide is being battered – not by a physical force of nature like an earthquake or hurricane but by an “invisible” coronavirus, which causes no physical property damage. Projections show 2020 to be the worst year on record for hotel occupancy, even worse than during the Great Depression.  Providing non-damage business interruption (NDBI) coverage explicitly for pandemics is a major challenge for insurers. Limited capacity is a…

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Reviewing RMS Terrorism…

For nearly 20 years RMS has offered solutions…

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RMS September Update: New HD…

After recently launching new High Definition Models™…

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Terrorism Risk During the COVID…

While countries across the world continue to tackle…

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Terrorism Risk for California…

The terrorism landscape has changed significantly…

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2018 WCIRB Terrorism Risk…

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Re-evaluating TRIA

At this year’s RMS Terrorism Risk Summit, we focused…

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Managing the Multifaceted…

Despite the paucity of large-scale terrorism attacks…

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Terrorism Risk During the COVID-19 Pandemic

While countries across the world continue to tackle the global coronavirus pandemic, the terrorism threat landscape has seen changes. Networks of various ideologies have been looking to exploit insecurities around the virus, either to enhance their organization or to spread panic by advocating terrorist attacks. For counterterrorism practitioners surveilling the main threat actor groups, online propaganda messages have been posted by right-wing extremists …

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Terrorism Risk for California Workers’ Compensation

The terrorism landscape has changed significantly since 9/11. There is a visible shift from large-scale attacks to a growing number of lone wolf attacks. Many believe there has not been a major terrorist event in the United States post 9/11, but one should not overlook the near-misses in the recent past which could have caused massive losses such as the 2016 New York-New Jersey bombings. The unpredictable and catastrophic nature of terrorism led to the…

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Re-evaluating TRIA

At this year’s RMS Terrorism Risk Summit, we focused attention on the U.S. landscape. The main issue these days in terrorism insurance discussions relates to the Terrorism Risk Insurance Protection and Reauthorization Act (TRIPRA), which will expire at the end of December 2020 if not reauthorized. This important legislation is also known by other acronyms including TRIA (Terrorism Risk Insurance Act) and TRIP (Terrorism Risk Insurance Program). In discussing the…

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Managing the Multifaceted Terrorism Threat: RMS Terrorism Risk Summit 2019

Despite the paucity of large-scale terrorism attacks in North America, the multifaceted terrorism threat in the U.S. continues to be a significant one that must be managed by the (re)insurance risk management industry,according to experts at this year’s RMS Terrorism Risk Summit.  The theme for this year’s summit, held in New York on September 25, focused on the multifaceted terrorism threat landscape in the U.S. and how the…

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