Natural catastrophes can wreak havoc in their wake. If your business is exposed, you might also have assets which cannot be covered by traditional insurance. Our innovative NatCat solution is designed to protect many of these assets and your bottom line.
We have extensive knowledge of natural catastrophe risks. Our risk experience enables us to identify assets that are exposed to natural catastrophes. As a result, we can clearly illustrate your exposure and create a solution to minimise its financial impact.
We tailor solutions to help provide certainty. Since we use pre-defined parametric indices, we offer a measure of security in the face of natural catastrophes. Our NatCat cover can offer protection over single or multi-year periods, up to a maximum of five years.
Our proprietary tools can help you mitigate risk. Our modelling data allows us to give you illustrative graphics so you can understand the risks you face. We also provide access to Swiss Re CatNet®, an online portal that offers a wealth of natural hazard data and natural disaster statistics.
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What factors are critical for hurricane development? How reliable are seasonable forecasts? What is parametric insurance? These and many other topics were discussed during Swiss Re Corporate Solutions' risk management webinar on Wednesday, June 27, 2018 with Kirsten Orwig, PhD, Nat Cat Specialist and Cole Mayer, Structurer, Innovative Risk Solutions.Learn more
Bob Nusslein, Head Innovative Risk Solutions Americas and David Langman, Head Innovation Sales North America provide expert insights on applying parametric solutions to address nat cat perils, comparing traditional insurance and parametric cover, along with real world examples and case studies for successfully implementing effective parametric solutions.Learn more
Watch the recent Swiss Re Corporate Solutions webinar on the rise of NATCAT events and parametric solutions. During the webinar we'll explain what parametric solutions are in more detail and provide real-life examples of how these solutions are helping corporations protect their balance sheet against adverse and catastrophic weather events.Learn more
Total economic losses and global insured losses from natural catastrophes and man-made disasters in 2016 were the highest since 2012, reversing the downtrend of the previous four years.Learn more