Shane Latchman

Shane Latchman is an Assistant Vice President in AIR's London office. In this role, Shane heads the London research group, whose responsibilities include model evaluation, documentation, and liaising with clients and regulators. He also leads some of AIR's Touchstone initiatives, such as the integration of third-party data and models and the development of future multi-modeling/blending capabilities. Shane also helps to facilitate the link between external models onSolvency II. Shane received a B.Sc. with honors in Actuarial Science at City University and a Masters in Mathematics from the University of Cambridge.

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The Physical Relationship between Wind and Storm Surge

The Physical Relationship between Wind and Storm Surge

July 15, 2019
Counterintuitives–Should We Really Trust Our Intuition?

Counterintuitives–Should We Really Trust Our Intuition?

July 2, 2018
Location, Location, Location: For Which Perils Does It Matter Most?

Location, Location, Location: For Which Perils Does It Matter Most?

April 9, 2018
The Aesthetics of Probability

The Aesthetics of Probability

August 11, 2016
Triple the Hours Clause, Triple the Flood Risk?

Triple the Hours Clause, Triple the Flood Risk?

July 21, 2016
Demons and Chaos: What Can We Really Know?

Demons and Chaos: What Can We Really Know?

October 8, 2015
Stress Tests and Solvency II: Do You Get My GIST?

Stress Tests and Solvency II: Do You Get My GIST?

August 27, 2015
Maximum Exposure Concentration: Have We Been Missing It all Along?

Maximum Exposure Concentration: Have We Been Missing It all Along?

June 11, 2015
Data Visualization Is Both an Art and a Science

Data Visualization Is Both an Art and a Science

January 22, 2015
Looking Back as We Move Forward

Looking Back as We Move Forward

September 29, 2014
Flood Re: A New Way to Manage UK Flood Risk

Flood Re: A New Way to Manage UK Flood Risk

September 4, 2014
Understanding Risk: The World Bank Global Disaster Risk Assessment Community

Understanding Risk: The World Bank Global Disaster Risk Assessment Community

August 4, 2014
Blending Results: Two Heads Better Than One, or Too Many Cooks?

Blending Results: Two Heads Better Than One, or Too Many Cooks?

July 21, 2014
Loss Adjustment Flexibility = Enhanced Risk Representation

Loss Adjustment Flexibility = Enhanced Risk Representation

July 14, 2014
Catastrophe Modeling and Climate Change

Catastrophe Modeling and Climate Change

June 10, 2014
Understanding Non-Modeled Catastrophe Risks

Understanding Non-Modeled Catastrophe Risks

May 15, 2014
Increasing Transparency and Flexibility

Increasing Transparency and Flexibility

May 8, 2014

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