30 dead and billions in losses as typhoon slams ChinaAugust 12 2019 by Andrew Tjaardstra
- May 6
Private sector insurers cannot address the threat alone.
- May 5
ICA chief says more needs to be done to lower costs in cyclone-hit region.
- April 20
The loss estimate has climbed US$250m since October.
- April 13
Reports suggest nat cat risk is worsening each cycle amid calls for more mitigation measures.
The disaster has been a wake up call to risk modellers as climate change hovers over the horizon.
Recall and remediation programs are complex and can have serious consequences if mismanaged.