Large earthquake risk in Turkey is very much a reality and can produce significant losses.
Catastrophe models help better understand and quantify insured losses caused by climate change and climate variability.
Wildfires have moved rapidly to the fore as an exposure for insurers to understand and manage in states at high risk for this peril.
The Arctic amplification has been warming the north pole more than twice the global average, contributing to extreme weather farther south.
Despite mitigation measures, natural hazards may still cause damage, and insurers need actionable data to guide underwriting and pricing.
Severe thunderstorms are a common natural phenomenon in the US, causing more than half of annual reported insured losses since 1985.
Natural catastrophes are not only having a significant impact on insurers’ property portfolios but have also increasingly begun to spill over.
Verisk’s Climate Change Projections help organizations investigate how loss metrics such as average annual losses (AALs) and return period may change in the future.
Hurricane Katrina is greatly known for its level of devastation in New Orleans, but how has the city prepared to protect themselves against a similar storm?
A brief history of 3 major earthquakes will highlight the risks that European regions are susceptible to, even in modern day.
The fourth and final installment of Verisk's Next Generation Modeling series, we discuss various aspects of reinsurance loss accumulation with spatial correlation.
With a 6,435 km coastline along the Circum-Pacific belt, Chile has become resilient against earthquake damage with this iterative process.
Gain insight into the industry loss potential from all sources of flooding and Verisk’s solutions.
Learn about the propagation of uncertainty to commercial lines—loss accumulation and complex (re)insurance structures.
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