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The AIR Extratropical Cyclone Model for Europe

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August 16, 2019

The brochure provides an overview of the AIR Extratropical Cyclone Model for Europe. The model estimates the frequency, severity, and geographical distribution of potential losses from extratropical cyclone winds across 22 countries and storm surge in Great Britain.
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The AIR Severe Thunderstorm Model for Canada Key Advantages

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June 16, 2015

This document describes the key advantages of the AIR Severe Thunderstorm Model for Canada, which is designed to meet the unique risk management needs of companies exposed to straight-line winds, hail, and tornadoes resulting from severe thunderstorms impacting Canada.
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The AIR Severe Thunderstorm Model for Europe

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August 22, 2018

The brochure provides an overview of the AIR Severe Thunderstorm Model for Europe. The model estimates the frequency, severity, and geographical distribution of potential losses from hail and straight-line winds across 22 countries.
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The AIR Severe Thunderstorm Model for the United States

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July 16, 2014

  The brochure provides an overview of the AIR Severe Thunderstorm Model for the United States. The model estimates the frequency, severity, and geographical distribution of potential losses from straight-line winds, hail, and tornadoes. The model incorporates the latest scientific research, post-disaster surveys, and more than USD 40 billion in claims data. While severe thunderstorm is a relatively high frequency peril, aggregate losses can result in extreme volatility in financial results, making it crucial for companies to have a robust and highly granular view of the risk.”
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The AIR Severe Thunderstorm Model Preview for Australia

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September 19, 2016

This brochure is a preview of the AIR Severe Thunderstorm Model for Australia …
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The AIR Tropical Cyclone Model for Canada Key Advantages

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November 03, 2015

This document describes the key advantages of the AIR Tropical Cyclone Model for Canada, which is designed to meet the unique risk management needs of companies exposed to wind resulting from tropical cyclones impacting Canada.
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The AIR Winter Storm Model for Canada Key Advantages

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September 21, 2015

This document describes the key advantages of the AIR Winter Storm Model for Canada, which is designed to meet the unique risk management needs of companies exposed to wind, winter precipitation (snow, ice pellets, and freezing rain), and freezing temperatures resulting from winter storms impacting Canada.
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US Natural Catastrophe Reference Chart

Brochures | Model | pdf - 59 Kb
June 28, 2013

This chart provides a useful reference for a variety of natural catastrophies including hurricanes, earthquakes, tornadoes and floods.
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New CATRADER Feature Set Offers Hannover Re Enhanced Flexibility and a More Comprehensive View Of Global Risk

Brochures | Solution | pdf - 117 Kb
December 09, 2013

Hannover Re is an undisputed leader in the global reinsurance industry. One of the company’s most important objectives is managing an optimized and diversified property portfolio that maximizes risk-adjusted returns. To do this, Hannover Re partnered with AIR to make CATRADER an even more comprehensive risk management tool for the reinsurance market.
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AIR Earthquake Model for Australia

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March 10, 2017

This brochure provides an overview of the AIR Earthquake Model for Australia, where a vulnerable building stock and high insurance penetration make it essential for companies to have the tools necessary to appropriately assess and manage the country’s seismic risk. The model captures the risk from both ground shaking and liquefaction and provides an incomparable level of detail, enabling superior risk differentiation based on factors including seismic zonation, soil type, construction, occupancy, year built and height.
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