Catastrophe Risk Modeling Brochures & Fact Sheets
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The North Atlantic Hurricane Model Fact Sheet describes EQECAT's basin-wide tropical cyclone risk model for the US, Carribean and Bermuda. Included are model details such as geographic coverage, stochastic event set, near-term AMO model, wind field, storm surge, demand surge/post event inflation, vulnerability definition, and other model specifications.
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The Professional Commentaries Fact Sheet describes EQECAT's Professional Commentaries, which provide investors with cat bond risk analysis including EQECAT commentary, to help investors make informed portfolio management decisions.
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The Professional Services fact sheet describes training, product support, workflow services and change management provided by EQECAT's Professional Services team.
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The RQE™ (Risk Quantification & Engineering) Fact Sheet provides information about EQECAT's new catastrophe risk modeling software platform which enables clients to quantify and manage potential financial impact of natural hazards. RQE replaces WORLDCATenterprise.
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The RQE™ (Risk Quantification & Engineering) financial model calculates damage and loss from catastrophic risk. The fact sheet explains RQE's new 4-tier database hierarchy that will enable more complete loss modeling for E&S lines, step policies, and other financial structures.
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The RQE Results Viewer fact sheet describes how insurers and reinsurers can view EQECAT model results without a full license to the RQE catastrophe modeling platform.
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The RQE™ (Risk Quantification & Engineering) version 13 Release PDF details key aspects of the new RQE catastrophe risk modeling software platform to be released in autumn 2012.
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The US Flood Risk Analysis Fact Sheet describes how consulting assists insurance underwriters and managers quantify the impact of potential riverine flood losses on a portfolio.
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EQECAT's US Offshore Energy Model Fact Sheet describes the catastrophe model for the offshore oil and gas industry, which quantifies catastrophe risk to offshore energy assets in the Gulf of Mexico. This fact sheet describes the following: definition of the peril, hazard (wind, waves, landslides and sub-sea currents), vulnerability, and event set. Other model specifications include importing resolution, hazard analysis resolution, lines of business, structure and coverage types, model output and financial modeling.
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The US Severe Convective Storm Model addresses the loss potential associated with weather systems with thunderstorms that produce damaging tornado outbreaks, hail storms, and straight-line winds.