Verisk Analytics Fact Sheet

Who we are

Verisk Analytics is a leading data analytics provider serving customers in insurance, energy and specialized markets, and financial services. We operate in 30 countries around the world and are a member of the Standard & Poor’s S&P 500® Index and part of the Nasdaq-100 Index. Verisk has received the Great Place to Work® Certification four consecutive years. In addition, Verisk has been recognized by Forbes magazine as one of the World’s Best Employers, one of the World’s Most Innovative Companies, and as one of America’s Best Employers for Women.

What we do

Verisk uses artificial intelligence, machine learning and other advanced technologies to analyze billions of records, and provide analytics and insights that help organizations manage risk. Our unmatched data set, market expertise and innovative tools empower businesses worldwide to make critical decisions that:

  • Improve and automate the underwriting and claims outcomes
  • Mitigate fraud
  • Build resilience to extreme events
  • Optimize portfolio performance
  • Analyze consumer spend
  • Identify fraud and abuse
  • Manage regulatory, credit, and
  • bankruptcy risk
  • Mitigate risk across the natural resources
  • value chain
  • Solve complex cost management challenges
  • Improve environmental health and safety
  • Analyze geopolitical and humanitarian risk

Company profile

  • Founded: 1971
  • Ticker symbol: VRSK
  • Stock exchange: Nasdaq
  • Headquarters: Jersey City, New Jersey
  • Key customers: Our customers include the top 100 U.S. property/casualty insurers; seven of the top 10 global chemical manufacturers; nine of the top 10 global energy providers; and all the top 30 credit card issuers in North America, the United Kingdom, and Australia.
  • Our people: We employ nearly 9,000 people worldwide, and members of our highly skilled workforce hold more than 2,000 advanced degrees and professional certifications.

Our unique and valuable data assets

  • 19 petabytes of information in our data stores
  • More than 22 billion records in commercial and personal lines
  • Detailed information on more than 6 million commercial properties
  • An insurance fraud database with more than 1.4 billion claims
  • Models covering natural hazards in more than 100 countries
  • More than 9 million safety data sheets covering hazardous chemicals in the supply chain
  • Depersonalized information on 1.8 billion consumer credit, debit, and savings accounts

Reference links

Media Contact:
Joseph Madden
Verisk Public Relations
401-965-4284
Joseph.Madden@verisk.com

Brett Garrison
Edelman (for Verisk)
917-639-4903
Brett.Garrison@edelman.com

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