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September 14, 2010
Monte Carlo: Risk model competition healthy for market
September 3, 2010
Bringing more precision to earthquake modelling
InsuranceERM's Q&A interview with Kate Stillwell, Earthquake Products Manager in EQECAT's product management group.
September 2, 2010
The business of estimating risk
Kai Ryssdal talks to Bill Keogh, Senior Vice President of catastrophe modeling firm EQECAT, about how the firm estimates damages.
September 2, 2010
Property Casualty 360
Cat 3 Hurricane Earl Triggers N.C. Hurricane Warning
Because of the forecasted track, risk modeler EQECAT said the expected maximum onshore winds should be Category 1 or lower, rather than the full-force Category 3 conditions. If that is the case, EQECAT said insured losses would likely be less than $100 million for the event.
September 1, 2010
Risk & Insurance
A Grounded Approach to Assess Earthquake Risk
An article written by Kate Stillwell, an earthquake products manager at Oakland, California-based catastrophe risk modeler, EQECAT, Inc.
August 30, 2010
Insurance News Net
Cat Bond Market Growing, Maturing
EQECAT has analyzed 22 cat bond tranche issues for the first half of this ....
July 28, 2010
Royal Gazette, Bermuda
Don't be fooled by the 'quiet' start to storm season, says cat modeller
A well written article based on an interview with David Smith, senior vice president of EQECAT, Model Development Group.
June 17, 2010
Is the industry too reliant on models?
Bill Keogh, senior vice president of EQECAT, was quoted in this article about the Asia typhoon model.
Why cat modellers need to communicate better
Bill Keogh, senior vice president of EQECAT and others discuss the importance of transparency in catastrophe risk modelling.
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