The coronavirus pandemic was a massive insurance event, leaving hundreds of thousands dead, disrupting business globally and changing the way we engage in our daily lives. With the world slowly shaking off the initial outbreak, insurers are piecing together the overall impact, and what’s next.

Rosalie Donlon, editor-in-chief of ALM’s insurance and tax publications, and Joel Cavaness, president at Risk Placement Services, Inc., take a look at the emerging insurance picture, its aftermath and the role of data in future pandemics and other catastrophic events in this episode of the podcast series “Transforming the Future of Risk: A Data-Centric Approach,” sponsored by RMS. Click play to the full episode.