John Elbl

John Elbl is a Vice President in AIR's Business Development Group. In his role, he assists with service and support for AIR's commercial insurer clients, as well as aids in developing AIR software and models to better meet the needs of commercial insurers. He has extensive experience working with companies to interpret analysis results, optimize modeling workflows and, improve overall catastrophe risk management. Prior to joining AIR, he was the Global Head of Catastrophe Modeling at Zurich Insurance Company. Before that, he was a Reinsurance Underwriting Manager at Empire Fire and Marine. Mr. Elbl holds a M.S. in applied Mathematics from University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign, and a B.S. in Mathematics from Kansas State University.

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Following are some recent blogs:

How 2017's Hurricanes allow you to better understand your portfolio

How 2017's Hurricanes allow you to better understand your portfolio

November 2, 2017
Silent Cyber: Modeling Risk When the Market is Still New

Silent Cyber: Modeling Risk When the Market is Still New

September 29, 2016
Options for Better Managing Cyber Accumulations

Options for Better Managing Cyber Accumulations

September 13, 2016
3 Challenges in the Emerging Cyber Risk Market

3 Challenges in the Emerging Cyber Risk Market

July 18, 2016
Opening the Floodgates for Private Flood Insurance

Opening the Floodgates for Private Flood Insurance

May 26, 2016
Investigating Growth Opportunities with CATRADER

Investigating Growth Opportunities with CATRADER

November 17, 2015
The Changing State of Flood Insurance

The Changing State of Flood Insurance

July 27, 2015

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