June 5th, 2018

GC Capital Ideas Top Stories: May 2018

Posted at 1:00 AM ET

1. Chart: Global Property Catastrophe ROL Index: The Guy Carpenter Global Property Catastrophe Rate on line (ROL) index is presented for 1990 through 2018.

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2. Guy Carpenter Licenses First-of-its-Kind Cyber Risk Modeling Platform From CyberCube Following Strategic Alliance: Guy Carpenter & Company today announced that its two year strategic relationship with CyberCube Analytics, formerly part of Symantec Corporation, has produced the industry’s first cyber risk modeling platform with an inside-out view of cyber risk exposure.

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3. The 2017 Hurricane Season Was Among the Top-Ten-Most-Active, But Was Not Entirely Unprecedented: As the 2018 hurricane season approaches, we take a look back at the 2017 season. It was among the top-ten most-active seasons in recorded history since 1900 for the North Atlantic Basin.

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4. Terrorism Risk Modeling Poses Challenges: Terrorism risk modeling methods have been continually updated since leading modeling companies AIR Worldwide and Risk Management Solutions released their first terrorism models in 2002.

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5. 2018 North Atlantic Hurricane Season: Seasonal outlook providers continue to issue early predictions for the 2018 North Atlantic hurricane season.

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6. Guy Carpenter Bermuda Promotes Jenni Rowntree Estis to Head of Operations: Guy Carpenter today announced that Bermudian Jenni Rowntree Estis has been promoted to the role of Head of Operations, Senior Vice President, Broking.

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7. Building for Resilience: How to Avoid a Catastrophe Model Failure: Since commercial catastrophe (CAT) models were first introduced in the 1980s, they have evolved as new scientific discoveries and claims insights emerged.

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8. United States Reinsurance Capacity for Terrorism: In 2017, according to Guy Carpenter, the combined property and workers compensation private conventional-only terrorism reinsurance capacity was estimated to be USD 2.5 billion per cedent program. Reinsurance capacity for coverage that includes Nuclear, Biological, Chemical and Radiological, especially in Tier 1 cities and central business districts, has become increasingly challenging to secure over the past two years due to the accumulated aggregate constraints of some markets and is estimated to range between USD 500 million and USD 1 billion per program.

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9. Internet of Things: Building Cyber Resilience in a Connected World: The Internet of Things (IoT) is driving huge advances in organizational efficiency, reinventing the customer experience and spurring business innovation and opportunities. But the explosion of IoT devices is also dramatically changing the cyber risk landscape, creating new product vulnerabilities and system exposures for organizations that make or deploy them.

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10. Wearables, Drones and the Internet of Things: The Next Wave of Workplace Safety and Claims Mitigation: The advent of connected devices and the Internet of Things (IoT) is opening exciting new doors in the insurance industry. The auto liability market has transformed from one in which underwriting relied on proxy variables such as driving history, demographics and credit scores to one in which telematics and real-time, personalized driving statistics inform risk assessment.

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