Cat/Weather

On-Demand Webinar Catastrophe bond issuance reached $1.5 billion in the first quarter of 2015, setting a new record. And cat bond lite activity is on track to beat last year, with $200 million in transactions already completed. Join this webinar to learn more about the underlying market dynamics that are likely to shape the market through […]

(OnDemand) In October we presented our latest commercial property rating initiative, enhanced wind.  The program is set to take effect in many states in January 2013, though loss cost quotes are available now.  Whether you attended our October session or not, join us in this follow-up seminar as we delve into practical ways for you to leverage the latest […]

(OnDemand) According to ISO’s Property Claim Services® (PCS®) unit, insurers incurred more than $4 billion in wildfire losses during the past 10 years. Understanding and managing wildfire risk requires objective address-specific assessment. Verisk’s FireLine™ provides multifactor scores that can help you manage wildfire risk by identifying relevant attributes (fuel, slope, access, and ember transport factors) […]

(OnDemand) With an increasing percentage of total property losses caused by the peril of wind, insurers are looking for more detail to use in their underwriting. That’s why ISO has developed the Enhanced Wind Rating Program. For individual commercial buildings, the program reviews building characteristics and geographic and environmental factors that affect potential damage from […]

(On-Demand) The Verisk Catastrophe Index provides reliable industry wide insured property loss estimates by county and line of business following catastrophic events. The index facilitates risk transfer, planning, pricing, and benchmarking, as well as claims and catastrophe risk management. In this session, you’ll see how the Verisk Catastrophe Index can help you reduce basis risk […]

(On-Demand) The sluggish economy continued to take its toll in 2010. Efforts to jump-start the recovery led to a few tepid upticks, but the overall effect was slight and transitory. Meanwhile, property reconstruction costs held steady or fell in 2010, as home values continued to decline in many markets. In some cases, those trends caused […]