The PCS Catastrophe Loss Index quantifies the estimated loss of insured properties resulting from catastrophes. PCS estimates are widely accepted as triggers in many traded financial market instruments, including exchange-traded futures and options, catastrophe bonds and swaps, industry loss warranties (ILWs), and other catastrophe derivative instruments.
PCS users can also access county-level industry loss estimates for U.S. catastrophes, beginning with key 2017-2018 events including Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria.
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PCS data is available on ISOnet PCS. For flexible, customizable PCS catastrophe data delivery, customers can subscribe to FlatCat, which provides access to the entire PCS catastrophe-history database.
PCS investigates loss events in the United States, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands as well as additional regions around the globe. In the U.S. region, PCS assigns a catastrophe serial number if the event causes more than US$25 million in insured property losses and affects a significant number of policyholders and insurers.
These services keep insurers, their customers, regulators, and other interested parties informed about the total costs of disasters in these regions.
PCS Global Cyber includes industry loss estimates for cyber risk loss events as well as cyber catastrophe events.
PCS Global Terror provides independent third-party industry loss estimates for terror risk and catastrophe loss events of at least $25 million worldwide.
The PCS Global Marine and Energy service investigates reported ocean marine and offshore energy insured loss events and assigns serial numbers.
PCS Global Large Loss provides independent third-party industry loss estimates on large non-elemental risk loss events.
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