Weathering the storm(s)

The difficulty of modelling natural catastrophes is getting more extreme with the march of climate change. Across the five largest loss events from 2018, average losses estimated by the market’s two largest providers of cat models – AIR ($15.75 billion) and RMS ($12.75 billion) – were roughly 65% below the true average loss figure of $40.3 billion.

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