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TigerRisk to leverage CoreLogic’s catastrophe models

7th October 2020 - Author: Charlie Wood

Catastrophe risk modeller CoreLogic has announced re/insurance broker TigerRisk Partners as the latest company to incorporate its modelling tools.

corelogic-logoCoreLogic’s data and analytics capabilities are designed to help provide clients with a more comprehensive view of their portfolios.

“As one of the largest reinsurance brokers in the industry, TigerRisk services clients all across the globe,” said Frank Martell, president and CEO of CoreLogic.

“By expanding their view of risk with CoreLogic, they are able to offer peace of mind to clients during this period of uncertainty.

“As the frequency and severity of catastrophes increase, TigerRisk will rely on CoreLogic data to provide their clients with the most up-to-date, accurate information available in the industry.”


TigerRisk’s head of analytics Nathan Schwartz added, “Catastrophe risk continues to be a major, if not the major, threat to our clients’ profitability and solvency.

“TigerRisk has spent its first 12 years helping clients turn the science of catastrophe modeling into actionable strategies to make their businesses safer and more profitable.

“We are excited to add CoreLogic insights into our market-leading analytics to give our clients the best science that is available.”

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