Model Citizens

Screen Shot 2017-11-01 at 10.03.14 AMYou can’t manage what you can’t measure. Catastrophe exposure is no exception. Insurers’ ability to price cat risk depends on knowing who and what is exposed—people, property, businesses and infrastructure—and to what perils.

That’s the position Chris Winans, consultant for Kimball Hughes Public Relations, took in his recently published Leader’s Edge article on the approach of for- and non-profit cat modelers to global underinsurance. Read more about it here.

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About Rod Hughes

I'm a writer, bibliophile, witty wordsmith and generally a commentator on the world around me. Professionally, I am a partner and vice president of a Greater Philadelphia-based public relations agency that helps businesses get their messages out into the world in a positive, effective way. Kimball Hughes Public Relations also specializes in helping organizations manage crisis communications situations. Contact me at rhughes@kimballpr.com.

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