Posts Tagged ‘Clark (Jake)’



October 23rd, 2018

Closing the Gap: Public Sector Risk Financing Solutions Increase Community Resiliency - GC@BB Commentary

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clark_jonathan-headshotJonathan Clark, Head of Public Sector Specialty, U.S.

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  • Only 33 percent of economic disasters are alleviated through (re)insurance
  • Recent functional risk transfer mechanisms use advances in data, analytics and modeling
  • Guy Carpenter and GC Securities* are working with over 100 public entities around the globe

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September 10th, 2018

Closing the Gap: Public Sector Risk Financing Solutions Increase Community Resiliency - GC@MC Commentary

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clark_jonathan-headshotJonathan Clark, Head of Public Sector Specialty, U.S.

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  • Only 33 percent of economic disasters are alleviated through (re)insurance
  • Recent functional risk transfer mechanisms use advances in data, analytics and modeling
  • Guy Carpenter and GC Securities* are working with over 100 public entities around the globe Continue reading…
August 1st, 2018

FEMA Expands Reinsurance Initiative - “FloodSmart Re” the First Cat Bond to Ultimately Benefit a Federal Agency

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The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) announced its August 1, 2018 reinsurance placement for the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP). For the first time, FEMA has secured reinsurance ultimately backed by capital markets investors, continuing efforts to better manage the NFIP’s financial risk. Continue reading…

December 20th, 2016

Public Sector Risk Financing Perspectives in the United States: National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP): Part II

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day-2-headshot-jonathan_clark_april-2015-crop-sm22lorenz_cheryl_sm21Jonathan Clark, Managing Director and Cheryl Lorenz, Vice President

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The new reinsurance program consists of a USD 1 million limit to protect against flood claim losses to the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) that exceed USD 5 million in order to test the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s (FEMA) ability to receive reinsurance claim payments and process reinstatement premium. Once that USD 1 million limit is exhausted, the reinsurance will be reinstated for an additional USD 1 million limit to protect against large flooding events that generate losses to the NFIP in excess of USD 5.5 billion. Given the geographic spread of NFIP policyholders, such events would most likely result from flood losses that were related to a large tropical storm or hurricane.

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December 19th, 2016

Public Sector Risk Financing Perspectives in the United States: National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP): Part I

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day-2-headshot-jonathan_clark_april-2015-crop-sm21lorenz_cheryl_sm2Jonathan Clark, Managing Director and Cheryl Lorenz, Vice President

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In September 2016, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) took the historic step of purchasing reinsurance for the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP).

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April 25th, 2016

Transferring Public-Held Risk to the Private Sector Markets

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jonathan_clark-sm1christopher-sykes-smJonathan Clark and Christopher Sykes, Managing Directors

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Fiscal constraints are increasing across many developed and emerging economies amid growing catastrophic loss potential brought on by the geopolitical climate, demographic trends and global climate change. As a result, heads of government, international trade organizations and private sector risk bearers are increasing their calls to reexamine the roles and responsibilities of society to better manage these complicated risks.

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October 28th, 2015

Guy Carpenter Examines Shifting Public Sector Risk Landscape

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354_354-public-sector-3Guy Carpenter announced the release of its Public Sector Risk Report, Partnerships: The Way to Public Sector Risk Financing, which examines the shifting economic and risk landscapes that are driving public sector entities to consider new approaches to risk financing.

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September 13th, 2015

Transferring Public-Held Risk to the Private Sector Markets

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jonathan_clark-sm1christopher-sykes-smJonathan Clark and Christopher Sykes, Managing Directors

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Fiscal constraints are increasing across many developed and emerging economies amid growing catastrophic loss potential brought on by the geopolitical climate, demographic trends and global climate change. As a result, heads of government, international trade organizations and private sector risk bearers are increasing their calls to reexamine the roles and responsibilities of society to better manage these complicated risks.

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April 19th, 2015

Guy Carpenter Launches New Public Sector Specialty Practice

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Guy Carpenter today announced the launch of the Public Sector Specialty Practice. This global team is focused exclusively on the unique risk management needs of governmental agencies and entities.

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