CAT Modeling Feature - Understanding CAT risk in captives

July 2011
Asia Insurance Review;Jul2011, p27
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the views of Rade Musulin, chief operating officer (COO) of the company Aon Benfield Analytics, related to insurance companies offering disaster insurance. He mentions about the losses reported by various insurance companies due to recent catastrophic events and states that disaster insurance can help companies in allocating cost of insurance protection, determining the value of risk and risk mitigation strategies.


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