AIR Currents

AIR Currents

Our monthly online magazine, AIR Currents, provides a forum for AIR scientists, engineers, actuaries, and business leaders to discuss innovations and trends in catastrophe modeling and the insurance industry. From exploring how the latest science and engineering research are driving improvements to our models, to sharing the lessons learned from recent disasters, to helping companies develop better and more robust catastrophe risk management practices, AIR Currents offers an unparalleled level of insight into what AIR experts are working on and thinking about.

This month read about:

cyber risk


Aggregated Cyber Risk: The Nightmare Scenarios

Learn about four major cyber risk aggregation scenarios that could lead to catastrophic accumulated losses.



newsletter vulnerability

Optimizing Your Cat Bond Portfolio with a New LP Framework
Understand how linear programming (LP) portfolio optimization can significantly improve computational efficiency and quickly pinpoint the exact optimal portfolio solution(s).

did you know

Did You Know...
… that Atlantic hurricanes, which usually travel westward, can go in the opposite direction?


Managing Catastrophe Risk in Commercial Underwriting Webinar Series
AIR’s three-part webinar series in June/July will show commercial insurers how AIR’s software and other offerings can better prepare them to own the risk.

2015 AIR Hurricane Season Preview Webinar
Don’t miss this lively analysis of forecasts for the 2015 hurricane season given annually by Dr. Tim Doggett, an AIR Assistant Vice President and Senior Principal Scientist.

Bavaria Tornado Image Gallery
Get a sneak peek of AIR’s damage survey photos taken after an F-3 tornado struck southern Germany this month. Stay tuned for an in-depth article next month!

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