Can we prevent catastrophe blind spots?

July 2015
Asia Insurance Review;Jul2015, p52
Trade Publication
The article presents that Mr Vineeth Kumar of Swiss Re says Catastrophe modellers chasing the risk to support active collaboration and promotes cultural thinking and openness to reduce catastrophe blind spots.


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