We provide natural hazard and risk assessment solutions in the forms of cat risk models, consulting services and software applications, and our researches form the bases for catastrophe risk model for many countries on every continent across the globe.
Our cat risk models cover more than 30 countries in the Middle East, Africa and Asia. We are expanding our Geographic Coverage to more than 50 coutntries in 2019 with more countries in Asia and Europe. .
We are proud to have many of main reinsurers and brokers as our clients and we are dedicated to help them to assess catastrophe losses to their portfolios and to help them with pricing, underwriting, accumulation and design of further risk transfer strategies.
Our cat risk solutions and services are available in the form of user-friendly Analytical Platforms, providing functionality and tools required for exposure data import, insurance loss calculation and loss results output. We also provide cat risk consulting services in the form of Portfolio Analysis for clients with urgent need of catastrophe modelling and with limited resources.
CATRisk® provides various Exposure Data Services. We have developed Industry Exposure data for many countries and could also help our clients to develop their own nation-wide exposure database for various line of businesses out of built environment and industrial data collection. We have tools and approaches to clean, reformat, geo-reference, validate and model clients’ exposure data.
We are happy to share our experience and transfer our knowledge with those willing to expand their understandings with regard to model-based cat risk management and are actively involved in publications and Training. Our training course are conducted at times and locations of your choice and can be tailored to your specific needs.
For single risk with large accumulation of insured values, CATRisk's engineers and scientists are prepared to undertake detailed investigation toward exploring various sources of direct and indirect sources of manmade and natural hazards. The study also could extend in field survey towards reliable assessment of vulnerability of building and facilities. Our risk analyses for such facilities include assessment of probable maximum losses (PML) and annual mean loss (AML).