3rd annual Infoline forum: Managing catastrophe risk

Type:
Meeting or Conference
Organizer:
Infoline
Date:
18-19 Jun 2013
Location:
United Kingdom (London)
Venue:
Venue TBC

Managing catastrophe risk in 2013:

  • Meeting FSA requirements

  • Model testing and validation

  • Risk management frameworks

  • Different risk models and methods

  • Solvency II requirements for third party models

Latest advances in catastrophe models:

  • Comparisons and insights from all the major providers

  • Mitigating against the effects of model uncertainty

  • Multiple catastrophe models

  • Open access catastrophe modelling

New research in hazards and vulnerability:

  • Lessons from recent natural disasters such as storm Sandy

  • Non-modeled perils

  • Assessing flood exposures, man made CAT Risk, landslides and more.

Post-conference workshop, 20 June 2013

Introducing the fundamentals of building and interpreting Cat models

  • Understanding hazards and vulnerability

  • Generation of EP curves

  • Interpreting model results

  • Solvency II

This hands on technical workshop is specifically intended for representatives of re/insurance organisations.


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Event fee

Early registration: 3 day package - £2,337.60, 2 day conference - £1,558.80, 1 day workshop - £1,018.80; Standard registration: 3 day package - £2,517.60, 2 day conference - £1,678.80, 1 day workshop - £1,078.80

How to register

Please register online


Keywords

Themes:
Risk Identification & Assessment, Insurance & Risk Transfer
Hazards:
Cyclone, Flood, Land Slide
Countries:
United Kingdom
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