EQECAT is now part of CoreLogic
Together CoreLogic & EQECAT are creating innovative solutions to address the dynamic landscape of natural hazard risk.
The Spotlight highlights latest news, events, careers, catastrophe modeling conferences, and catastrophe reports via CatWatch.
WRIN.tv spoke with CoreLogic EQECAT President Paul Little about the changes in the CAT risk arena over the past few years, including the influx of new capital, evolving regulation, the growing reliance on modeling and the acquisition of EQECAT by CoreLogic.Watch the interview here: The Impact of Alternative Capital and Regulation on the Role of Risk Modelers - WRIN.tv Interview of Paul Little.
Join CoreLogic® EQECAT™ for our Tokyo Conference which will center on our recently updated Japan Earthquake and Tsunami Model, as well as the latest release of the Risk Quantification Engineering (RQE®) software platform.
Risk Quantification & Engineering (RQE) catastrophe risk modeling platform has been named "Risk Management Software of the Year - Risk Analysis and Modelling" at the 2013 CIR Risk Management Awards held November 20 in London. The awards, now in their fourth year, recognize individuals, teams and organizations that have significantly added to the understanding and practice of risk management.
Read more in the press release.
Paul Little delved into the latest developments in risk modeling when he spoke with WRIN.tv in Monte Carlo. In his latest blog post, he recaps key points about the trends influencing modeling firms, how Solvency II has affected the need for catastrophe modeling, support of ILS, and future developments affecting reinsurance.
The Great Shakeout was on October 17, 2013. It was a huge success. Millions of people worldwide registered to participate in the largest earthquake drill in history. It’s one of the greatest movements to literally shake-up the world! Learn more about earthquake preparedness from one of our seismologists, Maiclaire Bolton.
Read her latest blog post:
Ready for the Great Shakeout? Drop! Cover! Hold On!
What about an app for catastrophe models in the hands of investors and consumers? Could cat modelers meet such real-time knowledge demands? Paul Little ponders the possibilities and value of public access to risk data in this blog post.
Read "An App for Catastrophe Models," and tell us what you think! Could it be a reality?