The new ISO Commercial Auto Class Plan will provide significant benefits to insurers and will build on both the current standard plan and enhancements featured in the Optional Class Plan.
ISO Risk Analyzer® is a suite of predictive models to help personal and commercial insurers classify, segment, and price insurance risks. The modules predict expected losses at a refined level according to each risk’s characteristic.
ISO Risk Analyzer Personal Auto suite of predictive models can help you achieve better segmentation by examining the interaction of hundreds of risk-specific variables to develop advisory prospective loss costs.
Information is the lifeblood of risk and capital management, especially for catastrophes and weather events. With PCS, you'll get immediate access to the severe weather data you need to manage your business effectively and efficiently.
The Analysts’ Summary Package from ISO is a collection of timely reports on the property/casualty insurance industry’s financial and underwriting results. Designed for actuaries, underwriters, consultants, and investment professionals, these accurate and easily assimilated publications will give you valuable insights into the rapidly changing property/casualty marketplace.
ISO's advisory prospective loss costs are accurate projections of average future claim costs and loss-adjustment expenses — overall and by coverage, class, territory, and other categories.
ISO's PSOLD is the only source of the most current, comprehensive loss history information available for commercial property risks.
ISO's Homeowners Section II Loss Development Information provides loss development factors and the underlying data for Homeowners Section II losses—the liability losses covered by homeowners policies.
ISO’s Actuarial Service provides the information you need to enhance your decision making and boost your productivity and profitability. Using ISO’s data to supplement your own experience, you’ll be able to make better-informed decisions about product pricing, marketing, underwriting, reserve adequacy, and reinsurance needs.
ISO Risk Analyzer Homeowners examines address-specific risk factors, construction-related variables, as well as expected losses by major weather peril.