Insurers and others are increasingly and moving to a multiple-model strategy to handle the current volatile weather environment, according to the president of a catastrophe damage modeling firm.

Rick Clinton, president of Oakland, Calif.-based Eqecat Inc., said this is a wise focus and “a plan we have long suggested.” He said his firm is beefing up model capacities and planning to release a new platform.

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