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Put past losses in their proper context

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Put past losses in their proper context
Put past losses in their proper context

Time & Location

Jun 07, 2023, 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM EDT

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About the Event

Losses from the past are easily taken out of context, which is why it is important to understand what goes into losses and methods on how to adjust them.

We'll discuss,

  • What datasets exist today? How was each developed?
  • What trends are evident?
  • What is not covered in the data?
  • How is the data different by region?
  • What differences are there between peak and non-peak perils?

Our expert panel includes:

  • Adam Smith, an applied climatologist at NOAA's National Centers for Environmental Information
  • Michael Thompson, a member of Property Claim Services (PCS) at Verisk
  • Matthias Sänger, owner of Zimmerberg Risk Analytics Ltd. and consultant to PERILS CRESTA AG
  • Andrew Siffert, Senior Vice President / Senior Meteorologist BMS Group

This session is designed for ISCM members who want to use past CAT losses in a proper context for today's decision-making.

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If you know risk professionals that may have an interest to attend, please feel free to forward them this invitation.

Should you already have an active ISCM membership, please log in and the event will be free of charge. 

If you are not yet a member, we recommend purchasing a one-year ISCM membership ($50) first and then proceed the same way.

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Tickets

  • Virtual

    Complimentary for ISCM Members. Purchasing a membership prior to registration will allow for full membership privileges for the 12-month subscription. If you are already an ISCM member login to purchase the ticket and the event will be discounted to $0.

    $50.00

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