By Rob Savitsky | March 26, 2018

It used to be that reinsurance portfolio roll-ups—combining the estimated probabilistic catastrophe losses from all the reinsurance contracts you write into one global portfolio displaying your business’s overall expected loss and exceedance probability curve—were done annually because of the time and resources needed. But this traditional rolling up for the once-a-year snapshot of a business appears to be waning.


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