How well do catastrophe models represent the past, the present and the future?

MORO: Series of reinsurance webinars 2020

In this webinar, Tim Fewtrell of Willis Re presents a review of the latest science behind catastrophe models and how well catastrophe models from around the world represent current and future trends in climate and natural catastrophes.

This presentation follows on from the webinar From thinking about climate risk to taking action in which Willis Re present the six step Willis Towers Watson Climate Change Framework as a guide to examine and address the different aspects of how climate change may affect your business.


  • Tim Fewtrell, Executive Director, Head of Catastrophe Analytics EMEA N/E Willis Re (UK)

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