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30 Years on From Hurricane Andrew: Managing a St...
Robert Muir-Wood
Robert Muir-Wood August 24, 2022

A version of this blog was published in The Insurer. With some 30 years passed since Hurricane Andrew made landfall as a Category 5 storm on…

2022 North Atlantic Hurricane Season Halftime Re...
James Cosgrove
James Cosgrove August 17, 2022

With a few weeks to go until the North Atlantic Basin enters its most active period, now is a good time to recap recent activity, review…

Death of al-Qaeda Leader Ayman al-Zawahiri
Gordon Woo
Gordon Woo August 09, 2022

Two years after 9/11, in 2003, I was invited, as a prominent terrorism risk analyst, to attend a Muslim-Western relations dialog meeting…

Five Challenges Insurers Face to Get an Enterpri...
Chloe Garrish
Chloe Garrish July 22, 2022

For (re)insurers, getting an enterprise-level view of their exposure is essential. It sheds light across the entire book of business –…

Two Types of Heat and Their Insurance Implications
Robert Muir-Wood
Robert Muir-Wood July 22, 2022

The world is warming, and since the year 2000, there have been at least 62 countries that have experienced record maximum temperatures. Cities…

Looking at Long COVID
Gordon Woo
Gordon Woo July 19, 2022

A sizeable proportion of people who recover from COVID-19 may then go on to experience some lingering symptoms. The most common of these are…

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