Marine Cargo Catastrophe Modeling: Navigating the Challenges, Charting the Opportunities
First Risk Model for the Oldest Line of Insurance
The storm surge of Hurricane Sandy and the recent explosions at the Port of Tianjin resulted in record-setting marine losses. These come at a time when international trade is experiencing rapid changes as vessels grow larger and ports expand – and the insurance industry is exposed to greater accumulations of risk.
We’re offering you a 32-page report that explores the key elements used in developing our new marine cargo and specie global risk model, the world’s first.
The report offers insights on:
- The current state of cargo modeling in the marine market
- A cargo-specific modeling approach focused on vulnerability and port accumulation management
- Best practices for cargo modeling
- The future of marine modeling
For a close look at cargo catastrophe risk, exposure accumulation at key global ports, and whether huge losses are the “new norm,” download the report today. For questions about the model, email [email protected]