Navigating the unpredictable
As the climate changes, extreme weather events are becoming harder to predict. Areas that rarely experienced a natural catastrophe are now increasingly at risk.
When events happen, they tend to be more severe, causing greater physical and financial losses.
Meanwhile non-weather events such as earthquakes, and associated secondary disasters such as tsunamis and landslides, pose a continuing threat in many regions of the world.
It’s important that you understand the current and future natural catastrophe risks your organization faces at key locations, so you can make informed decisions on how to protect your people, assets and balance sheet.
Our team of experts is dedicated to aiding you in comprehending, assessing, mitigating, and transferring your natural catastrophe risks.”Trent Williams | Head of Broking, Australasia
Our team of experts is dedicated to aiding you in comprehending, assessing, mitigating, and transferring your natural catastrophe risks.
We help to ensure that you have the knowledge you need to safeguard your people, assets, and financial stability against current and future risks at critical locations.
Who we are
Our natural catastrophe team includes experts in risk consultancy, analytics and modeling, risk engineering, research and alternative risk transfer.
We can help you answer questions such as:
- What type of events is the location or portfolio exposed to?
- How likely is the threat?
- How can we quantify the scale of damage and losses?
- What mitigation will work best to reduce our risks?
- What is the most cost-effective way to insure site-specific perils?
What makes our natural catastrophe team different?
Get in touch
Talk to our specialists to discover a smarter way to assess, mitigate, or transfer your natural catastrophe risks. Get in touch with our specialists listed at the top of this page.