Fifteen years after it made landfall, Hurricane Katrina remains among the costliest Hurricanes in history. The major event also cast a renewed scrutiny on some old practices and ushered in a new generation of analysis for these catastrophic events.
In this episode of “Transforming the Future of Risk: A Data-Centric Approach,” sponsored by RMS, Rosalie Donlon, editor-in-chief of ALM’s insurance and tax publications, joins Robert Muir-Wood, Chief Research Officer at RMS, as they examine this evolving picture. Click play to hear the full episode.
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