Opening the black box!

November 2010
Asia Insurance Review;Nov2010, p92
Trade Publication
The article explains the earthquake catastrophe models which are a major focus for insurance regulators intending to calculate the risk of insurance and reinsurance companies in Asia. It notes that these models help the companies by transparently assisting them in managing earthquake risks and protect the people from insurance insolvency. Information on a seminar held in Indonesia with the Insurance Commissioner and the President of the Insurers Association are provided.


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