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More flood insurance cover for hurricane Ida than Harvey

CoreLogic's Tom Larsen says the increase in insurance coverage is "very encouraging".

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Home insurers urged to adopt more technology for claims reduction

CoreLogic's Pascal Begin says home insurers are focused on reacting - instead of risk prevention

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Catastrophe modellers are red hot on climate

InsuranceERM's annual roundup of developments among catastrophe modellers and platform providers finds one overwhelming theme: the need to provide insurers with better ways to understand the impact of climate change on risk. Cintia Cheong, Christopher Cundy, Ronan McCaughey and Paul Walsh report

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No room for complacency in 2021 Atlantic hurricane season

Forecasters have predicted another "above-normal" hurricane season, although not as bad as 2020. But as the season gets underway, insurers and catastrophe modellers have stressed there is no place for complacency. Paul Walsh reports

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CoreLogic stresses need for flexible cat risk modelling

Updates to hurricane and wildfire models planned

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AIR Worldwide forecasts up to $3bn insured losses from hurricane Delta

Damage exacerbated due to Delta following hurricane Laura

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Catastrophe risk modelling: platforms and models update

InsuranceERM's round-up of developments at model vendors and platform providers AIR Worldwide, Impact Forecasting, Oasis LMF, RMS, Guy Carpenter, WTW, JBA, Nasdaq, KCC, ARA, Combus, CoreLogic, ERN and Fathom

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Storm surge and pandemic evacuation threatens 7.4m US homes

CoreLogic estimates $1.8trn reconstruction costs for at-risk homes

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Nasdaq ModEx signs CoreLogic to provide US earthquake model

Third US cat model on Nasdaq’s multi-vendor cat platform

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US flood insurance: new model, new hope?

The federal flood insurance system has been setting milestones in mismanagement since it was introduced in 1968. Will a new risk model and other guidance improve the situation, and allow private insurers to participate? Sarfraz Thind reports