CROs pinpoint climate change as key issue for 2021

InsuranceERM's year-end poll of risk management experts found widespread agreement that climate change would be a key risk and opportunity for the insurance sector in 2021. Paul Walsh reports


RMS: 2021 is a year of transition

RMS's Robert Muir-Wood and catastrophist Gordon Woo answer InsuranceERM's end of year questions


The 2020 Atlantic hurricane season: breaking unexpected records

This year will be remembered for the having the largest number of tropical storms, but it has been a relatively lucky season without serious losses. For insurers and risk modellers, the long-term impact may be the advances in technology forced upon them by the pandemic, as Paul Walsh reports


Tokio Marine licenses RMS HD models

The agreement continues a long-standing relationship


RMS forecasts up to $3.5bn of onshore losses from Delta in US

The prediction represents a marginal increase on previous estimates


RMS estimates up to $3.5bn insured cost from Sally

Hurricane Sally came with stronger winds than expected, weakened quickly but was slow-moving, says RMS


The cloud is a silver lining amid Covid-19

Covid-19 has put to bed any doubts about the use of cloud technology for risk and capital management. The pandemic will also drive more sophisticated risk modelling, as Ronan McCaughey discusses in his review of key trends in the risk software markets


InsuranceERM's Technology Guide 2020-21 is launched and ready to use

The directory covers over 100 products used by insurers for risk, capital and asset management


RMS predicts up to $15bn of US insured losses from Laura

Laura tore through parts of the US Gulf Coast last week


RMS estimates up to $5bn insured Isaias losses

Hurricane Isaias made landfall in the US in early August before weakening to a tropical storm