Press Releases

EQECAT company news and press releases are listed below.

  • EQECAT Releases RQE® Version 14

    August 2013

    EQECAT Releases RQE® Version 14

    Today EQECAT announced the release of RQE® (Risk Quantification & Engineering) version 14. The catastrophe risk modeling platform enables clients to quantify and manage the potential financial impact of natural hazards. RQE v. 14 includes updates to country/peril models, financial model, work flow, and integration.

  • People's Trust Licenses North Atlantic Hurricane Model

    August 2013

    People's Trust Licenses North Atlantic Hurricane Model

    EQECAT announced a multi-year licensing agreement with People’s Trust Insurance Company. The Florida homeowners insurance company will license the RQE® catastrophe modeling platform, EQECAT’s North Atlantic Hurricane Model, and Insured Exposure Data to assist in risk management and pricing of their business.

  • Fermat Signs Agreement for Use of RQE® Version 13

    May 2013

    Fermat Signs Agreement for Use of RQE® Version 13

    In a joint press release, EQECAT, Inc. and Fermat Capital Management, LLC have announced a three-year licensing agreement for use of EQECAT’s catastrophe modeling platform, RQE® (Risk Quantification & Engineering) version 13.


  • ABS Group Appoints New Leadership for EQECAT

    March 2013

    ABS Group Appoints New Leadership for EQECAT

    ABS Group announced today that it has appointed Paul Little as President of EQECAT, its leading catastrophe modeling company. Mr. Little replaces Bill Keogh who has resigned from the company to pursue another opportunity in the insurance sector.


  • EQECAT Releases RQE® (Risk Quantification & Engineering) Catastrophe Modeling Platform

    January 2013

    EQECAT Releases RQE® (Risk Quantification & Engineering) Catastrophe Modeling Platform

    Today EQECAT announced the release of its RQE® (Risk Quantification & Engineering) catastrophe risk modeling platform that enables clients to quantify and manage the potential financial impact of natural hazards.