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Boston, MA 02116

2012

Increasing Concentrations of Property Values in the US

As property values increase across the US, there are more concentrated pockets of exposure, particularly in areas vulnerable to natural catastrophes. RiskInsight® open and transparent risk management platform includes a detailed industry exposure database that enables effective risk management.

Superstorm Sandy Post Disaster Field Survey

KCC engineers completed a post disaster field survey of damage following Superstorm Sandy and collected key observations and insights.

Historical Hurricanes that Would Cause $10 Billion or More of Insured Losses Today

Twenty-eight storms are expected to cause $10 billion or more of insured losses if they were to occur again today, and one is estimated to cause losses in excess of $100 billion.

Hurricane Isaac

Hurricane Isaac made landfall at the end of August in Louisiana as a Category 1 hurricane. KCC has generate a windfield footprint for the storm.

Characteristic Events for Catastrophe Risk Management

Most insurance companies manage catastrophe risk at the 1 in 100 and 1 in 250 year return period losses. Characteristic Events (CEs) provide insurers with estimates of losses more directly tied to the scientific probability of events occurring.

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