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Then and Now: Fifty Years after Quimburga
Christine Ziehmann , Giovanni Leoncini
Christine Ziehmann November 15, 2022

On November 13, 1972, now some 50 years ago, one of the strongest and most devastating windstorms struck Europe. Back in 1972, I was a…

Hurricane Nicole: First Florida East Coast Landf...
James Cosgrove
James Cosgrove November 10, 2022

It was the turn of Florida’s east coast to receive a landfalling hurricane, as Hurricane Nicole made its U.S. landfall as a Category 1…

Impact of Inconsistent Geocoding on Risk Transfe...
Owen Chamberlin , Evan Cropper
Owen Chamberlin November 10, 2022

There is an expectation that an address within an insurance portfolio will represent a single distinct location, with only one possible set of…

Rare but Not Unprecedented: Nicole Threatens Flo...
James Cosgrove
James Cosgrove November 08, 2022

With just over three weeks to go until the official end of the 2022 North Atlantic Hurricane season, Subtropical Storm Nicole – the fourteenth…

Pool Re: Expanding U.K. Terrorism Insurance Cove...
Gordon Woo
Gordon Woo November 03, 2022

I recently attended the annual Pool Re terrorism insurance market meeting in London on October 11, the first to be held in person since 2019.…

10 Years After Superstorm Sandy: The Paradox of ...
Firas Saleh
Firas Saleh October 27, 2022

It has been 10 years since Hurricane Sandy, a.k.a. Superstorm Sandy, made its second landfall as a post-tropical storm in Brigantine, a city…

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