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Georisks / Climate Change
Are weather patterns changing because the Arctic is becoming warmer?
Scientists and insurers are taking a close look at the phenomenon of fixed weather patterns.
Getty Images
Abolition of banknotes
Cash is a lot more than just notes and coins
Natural catastrophes
Mary Forrest - Munich Re
Loss mitigation by learning from losses
Autonomous driving
Mary Forrest - Munich Re
What is technically possible today, who will be liable in the future?
If the TV show glitches ...
Mary Forrest - Munich Re
Disturbances to live television transmissions are followed by financial losses.
Insurance Market Outlook
Neuroscience - Munich Re
Economic activity supports global premium growth
Drone flying
Mary Forrest - Munich Re
Can standards catch up?
Earthquake in Nepal
Mary Forrest - Munich Re
There was another major earthquake in Nepal this morning (12.05.2015).
 
Space flight
Learning from 2014: Insuring launch risks
 
Floating bridge
The world's longest floating bridge is now under construction in Seattle – a masterpiece of engineering and logistics.
 
Natural catastrophes
Neuroscience - Munich Re
Systematic research into causes
 
Risk Management
Neuroscience - Munich Re
Three questions for Alexander Allmann, geophysicist and earthquake expert at Munich Re
 
Interview Mary Forrest
Mary Forrest - Munich Re
Munich Re of Canada's CEO on life business in North America
 
Health
Studies confirm that regular exercise significantly reduces the risk of disease.
 
Natural catastrophes
Neuroscience - Munich Re
The 2010–2011 New Zealand earthquake sequence
 
Cyber risks
Mary Forrest - Munich Re
“Thanks to the internet, someone seeking to harm a company stands a good a chance of success”
Space flight
Learning from 2014: Insuring launch risks
 
Floating bridge
The world's longest floating bridge is now under construction in Seattle – a masterpiece of engineering and logistics.
 
Natural catastrophes
Neuroscience - Munich Re
Systematic research into causes
 
Risk Management
Neuroscience - Munich Re
Three questions for Alexander Allmann, geophysicist and earthquake expert at Munich Re
Space flight
Learning from 2014: Insuring launch risks
 
Floating bridge
The world's longest floating bridge is now under construction in Seattle – a masterpiece of engineering and logistics.
 
Natural catastrophes
Neuroscience - Munich Re
Systematic research into causes
 
Risk Management
Neuroscience - Munich Re
Three questions for Alexander Allmann, geophysicist and earthquake expert at Munich Re
Interview Mary Forrest
Mary Forrest - Munich Re
Munich Re of Canada's CEO on life business in North America
 
Health
Studies confirm that regular exercise significantly reduces the risk of disease.
 
Natural catastrophes
Neuroscience - Munich Re
The 2010–2011 New Zealand earthquake sequence
 
Cyber risks
Mary Forrest - Munich Re
“Thanks to the internet, someone seeking to harm a company stands a good a chance of success”
Interview Mary Forrest
Mary Forrest - Munich Re
Munich Re of Canada's CEO on life business in North America
 
Health
Studies confirm that regular exercise significantly reduces the risk of disease.
 
Natural catastrophes
Neuroscience - Munich Re
The 2010–2011 New Zealand earthquake sequence
 
Cyber risks
Mary Forrest - Munich Re
“Thanks to the internet, someone seeking to harm a company stands a good a chance of success”
Drone flying
Mary Forrest - Munich Re
Can standards catch up?
Earthquake in Nepal
Mary Forrest - Munich Re
There was another major earthquake in Nepal this morning (12.05.2015).

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