Property and casualty insurers are challenged with unprecedented uncertainty and financial risk as severe weather events become more widespread and frequent. To address this growing need, Atmospheric and Environmental Research's (AER) sister company Verisk Climate developed a new generation of natural hazard analysis and weather forecasts that enable you not just to reduce risk but to transform risk into opportunity by rethinking the impact of severe weather on your business operations.
Re/insurers benefit from capabilities in:
|Risk management & strategic planners||
|Claims and catastrophe response||
|Claims adjusters & SIU||
|Underwriters & Actuaries||
|Marketing & Customer Service||
Verisk Climate announcements about product integrations for insurers
—Verisk Climate press releases for RespondTM and BenchmarkTM in 2015.
Verisk Climate Announces First Use of Dual-Polarization to More Precisely Map Hail for the Insurance Industry
—Verisk Climate press release 2015.
Atmospheric and Environmental Research Teams with NOAA on Hail and Severe Storms Risk Management Initiative
—Launches Respond for insurers to better manage hail claims. Press release 2011.
Risk Management & Space Weather: Are You Ready?
—By Nicole Homeier, James Martin Griffin, and Kyle Beatty, in National Underwriter Property and Casualty, Sept. 6, 2011.
Finding consistency amid increasingly chaotic weather: How weather analytics make global underwriting more predictable
—By Kyle Beatty, CCM, AER Managing Director, in Perspectives from America, Autumn, 2010.
An early warning of the risks of space weather
—By James Martin Griffin, AER Staff Scientist, in Perspectives from America, March 28, 2011.
Climate Change Could Cause $12.3B In Annual Losses For Gulf, East Coasts
—National Underwriter Property & Casualty, Jan. 3, 2011. Highlights research study on storm surge risk to property by Atmospheric and Environmental Research (AER) and AIR Worldwide.