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Natural Catastrophe Update

2015 Natural Catastrophe Half-Year Review

Munich Re and the Insurance Information Institute jointly present an overview of natural catastrophe activity for the first half of 2015 .

TOPICS Online: Economics from a risk perspective

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Topics Schadenspiegel 1/2015

Katrina: Ten years after

New Orleans has come a long way in the decade since the devastation of Katrina.

Corbis

Topics Risk Solutions 2/2015

Reputations under attack

Improved safeguards: The financial losses from a cyber attack and the resulting loss of reputation can now be insured.

Topics 1/2015

Big Data

Analysis is the key with big data. But business processes can only be improved if the right conclusions are drawn from the mass of data available.
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Property/Casualty Reinsurance

Always one step ahead

As a leading reinsurer, we deal with the issues that affect business and society and work to devise cutting-edge risk management and risk transfer solutions that render tomorrow's world insurable.
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Specialty Markets

Custom risk transfer solutions

We understand all forms of risk structures. Our custom, risk-transfer solutions include both admitted and non-admitted niche products for alternative market entities, MGAs, MGUs and Program Administrators.

Knowledge and resources

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Weather Resilience and Protection (WRAP)

Knowledge and expertise to help our various stakeholders prepare for and recover from the impacts of severe weather.

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Munich Re Touch

Our entire spectrum of publications is available for downloading and ordering in Touch Publications.

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Research Spotlight

Our “FOCUS ON” series of publications are condensed versions of research papers designed to offer perspective on new and emerging risks our clients face.

Approximately 30,000 commercial and civil drones could be circling the skies in America by 2020.

Businesses have set their sights on new applications for drones (unmanned aircraft).

Public entities view drones (unmanned aircrafts) as a way to reduce some of the dangers law enforcement officers face.

Topics Online app

Our tablet App provides clear explanations of topics from across the broad spectrum of the insurance industry.

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