Here are just a few of the companies benefitting from AIR solutions.
Allied World Assurance Corporation
Alwen Hough Johnson
AmTrust Syndicate Holdings
Arch Reinsurance Ltd.
Arrowhead General Insurance Agency
Ascot Underwriting Ltd.
Asian Development Bank
Atrium Underwriting plc
AXIS Specialty Limited
Barbican Insurance Group
Beach and Associates Limited,
China Pacific Property Insurance Co., Ltd.
China Property & Casualty Reinsurance Company, Ltd. CNA Services (UK) Limited
Credit Suisse Insurance Linked Strategies Ltd.
The Dow Chemical Company
Earthquake Engineering Research Institute
Electric Insurance Company
Endurance Services Ltd.
Everest Reinsurance Company
Fermat Capital Management LLC
Guy Carpenter & Company
Harel Insurance Company, Ltd.
Hiscox Underwriting Ltd.
Insurance Australia Group
James River Management Company Inc.
Liberty Mutual Insurance Company
Marsh (U.S.A), Inc.
Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company
Mitsui Sumitomo Insurance Co., Ltd.
OneBeacon Insurance Company
People's Insurance Company of China
Reinsurance Management, Inc.
Renaissance Reinsurance Ltd.
Risk Placement Services, Inc.
Safety National Casualty Corporation
Securis Investment Partners LLP
Sirius Global Services LLC
Sompo Japan Nipponkoa Risk Management Inc.
Southern Farm Bureau Casualty Insurance Company
The Navigators Group Inc.
Tokio Marine Holdings Inc.
Transatlantic Holdings, Inc.
Travelers Companies, Inc.
U.S. Geological Survey
Walt Disney Company
Willis Re, Inc.
"AIR has proven to be an excellent ally for us with an impressive track record of delivery."
"We are expanding our long-standing relationship with AIR in light of their proven ability to deliver scientifically advanced catastrophe models combined with cutting-edge technology - a platform that supports our growing operations."
"Disasters can strike anywhere and by collaborating with the best in class catastrophe modeling firm, AIR Worldwide, USAA is able to help serve its members better by educating them on the risks they face and the actions they can take to mitigate that risk."