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Standardising Cat Model Validation

Tuesday, 23rd April 2024

Catastrophe models were first introduced in the late 1980s in order to quantify the risk of financial loss to portfolios of insured properties. Their main output is a summary of the average annual loss to the portfolio (also known as the ‘expected loss’) and an array of larger loss sizes that are expected to be exceeded at a given annual probability.