Delivered by the industry's leading CAT risk thought leaders, the 4th Biennial CAT Risk Management & Modelling Australasia 2018 brings together leading international and local CAT risk experts to address the challenges that the re/insurance industry faces today.
2017 was the second most costly year on record for natural catastrophes. Coming in at a staggering US$134 billion in insured losses, the series of disasters across the globe from Australia to China, Philippines, Mexico, Vietnam, USA and the Caribbean has driven the need for the re/insurance industry to improve its risk management and modelling capabilities.
Though modelling technology has progressed vastly, the overwhelming array and complexity of known and unknown perils create a critical need for the re/insurance industry to keep up with market demand and anticipate future changes through the advancement of technology.
How will embracing new technologies and approaches drive the industry’s development?
How did the models stand up against recent catastrophic events?
How have the models progressed?
What are the challenges in modelling and what more can be done?