News - China: Aon Benfield partners Shanghai Typhoon Institute to boost research

May 2011
Asia Insurance Review;May2011, p37
Trade Publication
The article reports that Aon Benfield Inc. and Chinese Meterological Administration's Shanghai Typhoon Institute (STI) have entered into a partnership to boost research on typhoon in China. It states that they want to deliver relevant research to the Chinese insurance industry and is part of Aon's global academic and industry collaboration. It mentions that they will focus on two aspects, typhoon forecasting and tracking and mapping.


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