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2011 Catastrophes: How Bad is Bad?

The insurance industry will remember 2011 for an extraordinary number of catastrophes around the world. In the United States, record numbers of tornadoes tore through many areas and caused substantial damage in such places as Tuscaloosa and Birmingham, Alabama, and Joplin, Missouri. And by September 1, we had faced an unusual 11 named Atlantic storms, with number 12 on the doorstep. Hurricane Irene struck parts of the United States that have not seen a major storm in many years. In this presentation, you’ll hear about the events causing concern throughout the industry.

Original Presentation Date: Monday, December 12, 2011

Who Should Attend: Claims personnel, underwriters, actuaries, modelers, analysts, investors
 

Gary Kerney, AIC, RPA
Assistant Vice President
Property Claim Services
ISO

Gary Kerney is ISO’s assistant vice president, Property Claim Services (PCS). Since joining PCS in 1981, he has worked on catastrophe identification, loss estimating, and catastrophe response and mitigation. Today, he manages the operations of PCS while remaining involved with catastrophe issues. He holds the Associate in Claims designation, and he is a Registered Professional Adjuster.

 
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