Tuesday, September 29, 2020 at Noon – 1 p.m. ET
In a complimentary AM Best webinar sponsored by Xceedance, a panel of experts will discuss the technical advances of three key U.S. peril models (Earthquake, Hurricane, and Flood) and describe pioneering, on-demand risk- and loss-analysis services, based on those models.
The panel will examine how re/insurers and brokers can get a credible view of their risks by identifying new or hidden loss drivers. Webinar participants will gain perspective on cost-effectively pricing key U.S. catastrophe risks with more confidence, using a combination of advanced models and associated on-demand services in conjunction with the Oasis Loss Modelling Framework.
|Justin Davies, Senior Vice President at Xceedance, is tasked with building the company’s brand and expanding the team in the EMEA region. His interactions with clients focus on adding value to their business through services, products, and partner offerings. Justin has more than 25 years of financial services and insurance experience with a background in exposure management, cat modelling, spatial analytics, and geocoding.|
|David Gregory is a Senior Product Manager in the Insurance and Spatial Solutions group at CoreLogic, responsible for managing the global earthquake product suite including the U.S. Earthquake model. He is based in the CoreLogic London office since joining in 2013. David has five years of experience working in cat modelling prior to joining CoreLogic. David holds a master’s degree in Geophysical Hazards from UCL, a bachelor’s degree in risk analysis from CASS Business School, and is currently working on his Ph.D. in seismology at UCL, focussing on coulomb stress transfer. He holds an associateship of the Chartered Insurance Institute (ACII).|
|Dr. Frank Lavelle is a Vice President and Principal Engineer at ARA, with 30 years of research, development, and project management experience in the areas of probabilistic risk assessment, catastrophe loss modeling, and decision support software. He joined ARA in 1990 after completing his Ph.D. in structural engineering at Rice University. Frank is the product manager of ARA’s HurLoss hurricane catastrophe loss model. For the past seven years, he has been the ARA program manager for disaster and failure studies and community resilience support services for the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST).|
|Andrew Smith is one of the co-founders and directors at Fathom. He completed a Ph.D. under Professor Paul Bates, and during this time, the idea of founding a company first emerged — resulting in a change of research focus from climate change impact studies to the development of large-scale flood models, and leading to numerous publications in this field. Andrew is COO at Fathom and continues to publish extensively in the field of flood hazard and risk modelling.|