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AIR Worldwide in Latin America & Caribbean

Brochures | Corporate | pdf - 888 Kb
April 21, 2016

AIR offers a comprehensive suite of models, software, and consulting solutions to help companies manage catastrophe risk and discover new opportunities in Latin America and the Caribbean.
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AIR Tropical Cyclone Model for Caribbean Key Advantages

Brochures | Model | pdf - 2046 Kb
July 24, 2013

This document describes the key advantages of the AIR Tropical Cyclone Model for the Caribbean, which is designed to meet the unique risk management needs of companies exposed to wind and precipitation-induced flood resulting from Caribbean tropical cyclones. The AIR model’s basinwide catalog covers all 28 Caribbean countries and territories as well as Central America, Mexico, and the U.S. and accounts for the dependence in losses between countries. The catalog also covers offshore assets in the Gulf of Mexico.
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AIR Tropical Cyclone Model for the Caribbean

Brochures | Model | pdf - 3754 Kb
August 16, 2016

This brochure provides an overview of the AIR Tropical Cyclone Model for Caribbean, which provides comprehensive coverage of all 28 countries and territories in the Caribbean. Of all the landmasses in the North Atlantic at risk, the Caribbean islands experience the greatest number of tropical cyclones—and these storms are often the most intense. This innovative model—which features a unified catalog of nearly 50,000 simulated events affecting the U.S., Mexico, Central America, and offshore assets in the Gulf of Mexico—allows local direct insurers to analyze country-specific risk, and global insurers and reinsurers to seamlessly assess the risk to policies and portfolios that span multiple countries.
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