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Climate change is not a problem that will be solved in silos. As experts in risk, Milliman has a unique view into our climate future and its cascading effects on governments, communities, and businesses. That’s why we’re launching a worldwide initiative to create new pathways to resilience.
Building on a foundation of expertise modeling complex risks, the Milliman Climate Resilience Initiative (MCRI) unites perspectives across industry, government, academic, and not-for-profit sectors to anticipate and measure the most pressing climate risks and drive effective responses.
Our extensive research helps European insurers understand the scale of the drought, heat waves, and wildfires—and anticipate what business decisions could lie ahead.
What are the actionable steps insurers, policymakers, and organizations can take to implement a more human-centered approach to climate adaptation and mitigation?
Featuring speakers from the Insurance Development Forum, the Global Risk Modelling Alliance, Swiss Re, the V20, and Milliman.
Milliman worked with researchers, local leaders, and other experts to create a sustainable future for the community, which was devastated in 2018 by the most destructive wildfire in state history.
Wildfire is not going away—but Milliman’s collaboration with firefighters and modelers is helping expand insurance access and create sustainable communities.
Global experts speak out on how we can work together to improve our climate resilience.
MCRI members are working with leading organizations around the globe.
Whether it’s our breadth of expertise or data solutions, MCRI provides insight into the complex interrelationships between various climate risks.
As climate change accelerates, catastrophic events are becoming increasingly common. Whether flood, wildfire, or drought, MCRI is analyzing these events and modeling the risk to help reduce or absorb the impacts of climate change.
Where there is risk, there is also opportunity. Asset managers, institutional investors, and governments are showing increasing interest in climate-related investment. MCRI is investigating advanced approaches to data gathering and modeling to bring climate mitigation investment to the mainstream.
Understanding how climate change affects patterns of health and disease is critical to supporting human welfare. MCRI will expand on Milliman’s history of innovation in microinsurance, taking an expansive view of wellness impacts at the intersection of complex factors such as agriculture, disease, and nutrition.
As the world transitions to new forms of energy, economic growth, and regulatory requirements, governments and organizations need to navigate change successfully. Whether change stems from policy or public perception, MCRI is able to model transition risk so that organizations can build sustainable long-term strategies.
Organizations face liability risk when they fail to sufficiently disclose the effects of climate change on their businesses. MCRI seeks to quantify the magnitude and nature of these issues and help build new approaches to responsible governance that enable companies to become part of the solution.
MCRI understands the varied risks climate change poses to businesses, including insurance availability, regulatory requirements, and talent acquisition. Our modeling and data help businesses make smart financial decisions while building thriving workforces and communities.
Michael J. McCord and Abhisheik Dhawan from the UNCDF write about long-term climate adaptation bonds in Fortune.
Health-related issues are growing more important for the ESG rating process, which can also affect the financial stability of health insurers.
In this report, a case study on climate change impact on home prices is used to illustrate a Bayesian network iterative approach to building a model for scenario analysis.
The insurance industry has for a long time sought to identify the best practical methods for selecting investments to maximize returns within an acceptable level of credit risk.
The requirement or expectation for insurers and reinsurers to produce publicly available climate-related disclosures....
Climate change will lead to greater mortality risk, so we discuss the exposure to high temperatures and look at alternative modeling for vector-borne diseases.
Rebuild by Design, an organization that helps communities build resilience, collaborated with Milliman to estimate how future coastal flooding in New York City could cause displacement of residents.
The third RFF Live event in the "Sparking Solutions" event series examining the role of insurance in mitigating the risks of wildfire.
Stress and scenario testing is a common challenge for insurers as they embed risks related to climate change within their risk management frameworks.
Recent floods in major cities around Southeast Asia and other parts of the world have reopened the conversation on flood coverage in insurance products and the means by which they will be financed.
European insurers face challenges in the assessment of transition risks on assets for climate risk scenarios under Solvency II ORSA.
The Society of Actuaries (SOA) and Milliman today announced the first…
We illustrate a modeling approach that serves as a useful tool to explore the…
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How a well-governed and structured insurer can build a lasting enterprise-risk-…
Insurance industry impact and actionable steps for insurers to integrate climate…
Carbon dioxide poisoning found consistently among populations affected by four…
New York domestic insurers need to focus on two specific action steps in the…
The U.S. residential real estate market likely has not fully accounted for the…
Watch international policy leaders discuss lessons learned from Australia’…
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With insurers being required to embed financial risks from climate change into…
Utilizing available data, Milliman has developed a take-up rate model that can…
A functioning global economy requires a stable climate. Spencer Glendon, Founder…
Examine different facets of health insurance through an eco-friendly lens.
The European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority (EIOPA) has published…
This article considers the impacts of climate change on the insurance industry,…
Industry leaders discuss climate impacts and solutions, working to solve the…
As the 2020 wildfire season exceeds historical norms, California insurers and…
Michael McCord, managing director of the MicroInsurance Centre at Milliman,…
In this article, Milliman’s Neil Cantle and Nancy Watkins, along with The…
This report provides estimates of the insured and uninsured flood exposure of…
Insurers can play an active role in educating consumers about how to protect…
Improve stability and security for climate-vulnerable populations with innovative microinsurance services.
Address rapidly changing flood risk with independent rating, underwriting, ratemaking, and competitive analysis based on granular data and advanced modeling.
Integrate climate and related risks into your ERM strategy to drive effective business management decisions.
Understand the impact of a climate-related events on your portfolio, including complex, cascading risks typically unforeseen by traditional models.
Build climate-aware mortgage and credit portfolios that are balanced, resilient, and sustainable.
Anticipate complex non-financial risks inherent in climate change, including human behavior, population movement, and social and structural change.
Understand the potential impact of climate change on human health through data analytics and healthcare management.
Take advantage of geospatial data and cutting edge catastrophe models to match price to climate risk, get better ratings, and improve profitability
Milliman PinPoint liefert über eine einfache API relevante geografische Bewertungsinformationen zu Ihrem System zum Zeitpunkt der Entscheidung.
A comprehensive platform to evaluate mortgage investment opportunities, trends in the market, and portfolio aggregation.
Milliman Bungalow is a private flood insurance plan that includes advisory loss costs, risk classification rating factors, and rating rules.
Nutzen Sie die branchenführende Plattform für Data Warehousing und Analytik im Gesundheitswesen.
Milliman CRisALIS is a next-generation cyber risk solution that incorporates a forward-looking approach to modeling how cyber risks occur and propagate.