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Natural catastrophes
Wildfires and Severe Convective Storms
Understand those risks in the US
English
26 May 2021
Objectives

A General introduction to the ESG concepts with a Focus on Wildfires and Severe Convective Storms

Targeted attendees

Underwriting Managers, Property and Engineering Underwriters, Risk Managers

Content

60min - 1pm PST/ 2pm MST/ 3pm MST/ 4pm EST

Wildfires and SCS

Understand what they are, why they matter, how they are changing and how we assess their risk.

Discussion on key drivers and trends + Q&A

Kerry Mindiak is a Senior Natural Catastrophe Pricing Analyst at SCOR. She prices treaties in Latin America, the Caribbean, the United States and Canada. Kerry has a degree in meteorology from Penn State University and has earned her CPCU, ARe and ARM designations from The Institutes. Prior to SCOR, she worked for JLT Re and Guy Carpenter as a Catastrophe Modeling Analyst. 

Raphael Bidinger is an earth scientist by background with an MSc in Geophysical Hazards from University College London. As part of SCOR's Nat Cat R&D team he is responsible for supporting SCOR’s global cat team and for continuously improving our cat modelling process through the development and implementation of new internal CAT models. Over the past two years he mainly focused on studying wildfires and was involved in the development of SCOR's new California wildfire model.

Paul Nunn is Senior Advisor in charge of ESG strategy for SCOR P&C. Before his current position, Paul was responsible for pricing catastrophe risk on inwards business, and accumulation of catastrophe loss potential for natural hazard perils globally. Alongside his role at SCOR P&C, Paul is a director of the non-profit Oasis Loss Modelling Framework company, an open source platform for developing, deploying and executing catastrophe models. He is also actively participating in the Insurance Development Forum working group on Risk Modelling & Mapping, which seeks to improve global understanding and quantification of disaster risk, particularly in developing countries.

Sessions
26 May 2021