Reinsurance

ISO Rapid Valuator completes a ground-up and excess loss cost analysis within five minutes. Our powerful pricing tool helps insurers independently analyze their own customized loss cost results in two easy steps.

ISO's PSOLD is the only source of the most current, comprehensive loss history information available for commercial property risks.

ISO's MILD™ software provides a complete, self-contained exposure rating model you can use to perform the most sophisticated custom analyses of your casualty excess-of-loss reinsurance treaties.

With the detailed information in ISO's Excess Layer Loss Development Manuals, you can develop losses and payout patterns for excess layers and compare those patterns to ISO aggregate excess loss development patterns.

The ALAE Size-of-Loss Distributions model provides tables of loss and allocated loss adjustment expenses for 94 lines of insurance within the general liability, commercial auto and medical/professional lines.

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 can help you with a variety of reinsurance-related problems. For example, with our PSOLD (Property Size-of-Loss Database) and MILD (Multi-Distributional Increased Limits Developer) software, we can help you determine a fair price to pay for your excess-of-loss reinsurance. Most reinsurers and reinsurance brokers use the same tools in determining their pricing.

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...

FlatCat provides a discrete delivery method for catastrophe data from PCS. Each day your company will receive an encrypted flat data file including catastrophe serial numbers, dates of occurrence, states affected, types of catastrophes and perils, and all loss estimates.