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Unlock the Mysteries of CAT Pricing

More than just AAL – Review of an Integrated Property Cat Risk Pricing Model

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Unlock the Mysteries of CAT Pricing
Unlock the Mysteries of CAT Pricing

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Apr 05, 2023, 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM EDT

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About the Event

The recent succession of US hurricane losses has impacted the US Catastrophe market causing many companies to reassess their risk appetite and their required return on allocated capital. While in the short, human time scales of the last 5, 10 or even 20 years, we’ve experienced some wide swings in US hurricane frequencies and losses, in the longer time frame of the peril of Atlantic Hurricanes, this variability is not outside of reasonable expectations.  Despite the consistency of the characteristics of Cat perils over longer time frames, in the past 20 years, pricing in the US hurricane market has varied significantly. When capacity is considered a commodity or investors ignore the long-term variability of Cat perils, required returns will be forced down. However, the insurance industry’s reaction to the last 3 years of US Cat losses can serve as a reminder that required returns, based on the time horizon of Catastrophes, may be more appropriate in the long run.

This webinar will discuss a capacity linked pricing model based on the longer time frame probabilities of Cat perils.

About the Speaker

David Keeton is currently the Chief Pricing Officer at Avondale Insurance Associates. As part of Avoca’s leadership team, he is responsible for providing guidance in steering Underwriting, Pricing, Risk Assessment and Portfolio Management within the company.  With over 40 years of professional experience, Mr. Keeton’s expertise as a licensed structural engineer specializing in forensic building science has proven a good foundation for his underwriting, risk management, loss assessment and insurance pricing experience. He is also a past president of the International Society of Catastrophe Managers (ISCM) which promotes improved understanding of catastrophe and risk management issues.

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