Catastrophe and Weather-Risk Services
Speed to market with accurate pricing is vital. You need to underwrite and quote coverage fast, or you’ll lose out to the competition. The loss cost, rating, and risk selection information available through our ProMetrix® suite of services lets you price policies accurately and get quotes to customers quickly.
The unpredictability of extreme weather events coupled with the expanding footprint of flood risk creates a challenge when developing solutions to address flood risk. However, the market opportunity is ripe for insurers looking to innovate. And Verisk is here to help.
FlatCat Turkey puts the entire PCS catastrophe-history database right at your fingertips. It offers you a flexible delivery method that gives you fast, easy access to severe weather and catastrophe incident information. You can customize, analyze, and integrate the data right into your own system.
FlatCat Canada puts the entire PCS catastrophe-history database right at your fingertips. It offers you a flexible delivery method that gives you fast, easy access to severe weather and catastrophe incident information back to 2009. You can customize, analyze, and integrate the data right into your own system.
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.
Enhance the precision of your homeowners rating with by-peril analysis. With the new Homeowners By-Peril Rating Supplement, you’ll now be able to evaluate the perils that pose the greatest risk for policies in your homeowners book of business and rate the exposure more accurately.
There are times when you need very specific research to evaluate a strategy, market, or new business direction. When you don't have the resources available on staff, ISO can help by gathering, evaluating, and reporting on trends and developments in the marketplace — and gauging their effects on your current or potential business. We'll draw on the same databases, expertise, and other ISO resources that underlie the acclaimed ISO Insurance Issues Series studies.
PAASbase ™ Your leading resource for premium audit and classification information Whether you're a premium auditor, an underwriter, an agent, or a broker, ISO's Premium Audit Advisory Service (PAAS ® ) brings you valuable information and services relating to commercial casualty classification. And now, you can get electronic access to...
ISOnet — the information service for insurance professionals — offers you access to all ISO circulars issued since January 1, 1995. Every day, ISO circulars give you vital information on industry developments and ISO activities. Circulars deliver information on ISO filings for loss costs, rules, forms, and statistical plans, as well as actuarial data and analysis and other important insurance topics.
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.
Think of ISO's actuaries as your actuaries — here to help you, particularly when you're operating with a lean staff or no actuarial staff at all. Even if your company is a major national writer with a large staff of actuaries, ISO's Actuarial Consulting Service can provide an effective alternative to deal with specific problems better, faster, and more efficiently than diverting your in-house actuarial resources from other critical projects.
ISO Catastrophe Loss Development Catastrophe Experience for Homeowners Business Owners and Commercial Property ISO's Catastrophe Loss Development is an Excel-based tool that gives you easy access to catastrophe-specific experience for homeowners, businessowners, and commercial property. The tool shows how historical development patterns can vary across different catastrophes — and between...