Impact Forecasting launches Dutch flood model

Probabilistic catastrophe model for damage to property and motor


Will RMS(one) be the one?

The one system to manage all cat exposures and risks, that is. Early testers are enthusiastic, but RMS's claims for its new platform will take some time to assess, and the cost of using it could be a hindrance. Christopher Cundy reports


Aon updates storm surge model

Data from superstorm Sandy has been added


Aon develops Colorado flood model

Scenario model quantifies potential for flood losses in the US state


Mexican flood model launched

Impact Forecasting's tool uses latest regional hazard data


RMS cloud will be AIR-less

Catastrophe modelling firms are promising to shift risk management into a higher gear with the launch of their various platforms and RMS has even thrown open its new service to third-party modellers. AIR Worldwide's Bill Churney explains why his firm won't be joining in


German floods scenario model launched by Impact Forecasting

Based on images from German Aerospace Centre and Perils


Cat model uncertainties addressed by new Impact Forecasting tools

Focus is similar to that of RMS(one) platform


Impact Forecasting adds cat scenario models

Superstorm Sandy, Thai flood, Japanese tsunami and European windstorm now included


Cat modellers set out their platforms

For Eqecat, AIR and RMS, the future is platforms and the promise to give clients more model transparency and control. Open-architecture initiatives such as Oasis are also gearing up. Lorna Davies details the developments