| Neil Smith | Monday 18 June 2012, 1:48PM
We are into the 2012 hurricane season and with two tropical storms occurring before it even started (officially on 1 June) you could be forgiven for thinking we are in for a busy season.
| Neil Smith | Thursday 30 June 2011, 3:35PM
Neil considers the potential of long-range forecasting for the insurance industry.
| Trevor Maynard | Wednesday 04 May 2011, 10:51AM
Following on from my blog yesterday I've another comment to make about the NAIC hearings on March 28th in Texas.
| Trevor Maynard | Tuesday 03 May 2011, 5:04PM
On March 28th various catastrophe modelling firms presented to the NAIC at their Spring meeting in Austin Texas.
| Neil Smith | Tuesday 12 April 2011, 4:58PM
With the Hurricane season rapidly approaching, it’s that time of year when forecasting teams put their reputations on the line and a stake in the ground in terms of predicting hurricane activity for the forthcoming June to November season.
| Garry Booth | Thursday 06 January 2011, 2:26PM
The post-mortem results on the January 1 2011 reinsurance renewals are out and the market’s leading brokers have confirmed what most people already suspected: rates are down again in most lines, with a few notable exceptions.
| Garry Booth | Tuesday 16 November 2010, 4:28PM
Garry Booth looks back on this year's Baden-Baden convention.
Archive | Emily White | Tuesday 31 August 2010, 3:06PM
With reinsurance recoveries, surprise is not a good thing.
Archive | Jessica Clempner | Monday 19 July 2010, 10:12AM
New figures from the NOAA highlight rising land temperatures across the globe.
Archive | Paul Nunn | Tuesday 13 July 2010, 2:27PM
Competition in hurricane forecasting methods continues to drive innovation