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When a natural disaster strikes, there is a direct correlation between the conditions experienced locally during the event and the losses suffered on the ground. Parametric insurance products settle on the intensity of the experienced event and are linked to reputable, objective third-party sources, which are used to determine an insurance payout. They are designed to provide catastrophe coverage and complement, but not replace, traditional insurance coverage. Using this structure, parametric insurance payouts are quickly determined, easily measured, and effectively eliminate the complexities of the loss adjustment process.

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.

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Got Parametrics? Innovative Solutions for Nat Cat Perils

In this webinar 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.

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