Posts Tagged ‘data’

March 13th, 2019

GC Capital Ideas Covers Modeling Developments

Posted at 1:00 AM ET

GC Capital Ideas presents a review of our recent stories covering modeling for various perils.

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October 31st, 2018

Flood Risk Challenges in Asia - GC@SIRC Commentary

Posted at 9:00 PM ET

mark-weatherhead-finalMark Weatherhead, Head of Model Development, International


  • Asia is particularly prone to flooding because of three factors: hydrology, population density and mitigation rate
  • To improve loss assessments, hazard data should be combined with other data types, such as probabilistic event sets and defense information
  • Guy Carpenter has made a significant investment in data and technology to help our clients improve their understanding of flood risk

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October 29th, 2018

Life: Emerging Competition and the Need to Remake the Reinsurance Relationship - GC@PCI Commentary

Posted at 9:00 AM ET

rains_david-5-2015-reduced-sizeDavid Rains, Managing Director


  • Life reinsurance value prop a combination of risk capital, differentiated underwriting knowledge and value-added services
  • Availability of capital and insurers’ success in closing knowledge gap in underwriting reduce need to purchase risk protection
  • Reinsurers can position their InsurTech and advanced technologies to make advisory services a core deliverable

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October 15th, 2018

Real-Time Risk Management and Next-Generation Insurance

Posted at 1:00 AM ET

john_drizik_2John Drzik President, Global Risk and Digital at Marsh


A confluence of trends is enabling businesses and the insurance industry to move toward a revolutionary new approach: real-time risk management.

Managing risk in real time offers the potential to both reduce risk and transfer it more effectively. It means businesses can have an up-to-the-minute view of their changing risk exposures—and take actions to mitigate them—and that the insurance industry no longer needs to rely only on historical data to price risk. Continue reading…