Research & Resilience

Nov, 2019

Wharton Risk Management And Decision Processes CenterOpens in a new window

TransRe has been a Center Sponsor for Wharton’s risk-related research center for many years.
Aug, 2019

National Coastal Resilience FundOpens in a new window

TransRe works with the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation in a conservation partnership to support coastal resilience, protect local communities and enhance natural habitats.
Aug, 2019

Moving Towards Danger – Economic Growth in High Hazard Areas – WildfireOpens in a new window

TransRe’s Global Cat Modeling team analyses the lessons from California’s recent wildfires
Aug, 2019

The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine (NASEM)Opens in a new window

TransRe supports the Gulf Research Program as it seeks to catalyze advances in science, practice, and capacity to generate long-term benefits for the Gulf of Mexico region.
Aug, 2015

Reducing Our Risk: Innovation for Disaster PreparationOpens in a new window

In partnership with rare.org, we reviewed a number of ideas for improving community resilience. Here we showcase the winning entries, together with the general lessons we learned from the experience.
Sep, 2014

Role of Global Reinsurance In Strengthening Disaster Risk Resilience (GRF)Opens in a new window

The Global Reinsurance Forum (of which TransRe is a founding member) highlights the role of an integrated risk management structure (government regulation, improved engineering in addition to (re)insurance) to improve society’s resilience to natural and man-made disasters.
May, 2013

Role of Insurance in Community Resilience (RAA)Opens in a new window

The Reinsurance Association Of America’s President, Frank Nutter, highlights both the threat and impact of U.S. natural catastrophes, using a wealth of statistical data, as well as the role of insurance, and recommended developments.


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